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  Encyclopedia: Asynchronous Transfer Mode
Asynchronous Transfer Mode, or ATM for short, is a cell relay network protocol which encodes data traffic into small fixed sized (53 byte; 48 bytes of data and 5 bytes of header information) cells instead of variable sized packets as in packet-switched networks (such as the Internet Protocol or Ethernet).
Which AAL is in use for a given cell is not encoded in the cell: instead, it is negotiated by or configured at the endpoints on a per-virtual-connection basis.
With AAL5 transmission, the PT field in the ATM header indicates which cell represents the end of a PDU and which cell represents the beginning of the next PDU.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Asynchronous-Transfer-Mode   (3995 words)

  
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NOTE - The restriction that a given mode of transport service has to be supported by the same mode of network service is applied so that systems may communicate without requiring prior agreement on the mode of network service to be used.
In connection- mode, the transfer syntax to be used on a presentation-connection is negotiated between the correspondent presentation-entities.
7.3.1.3 half-duplex mode: a mode of interaction where, at a given instance, only one of the two correspondent presentation-entities is allowed to send normal data.
home.eunet.cz /georg/iso/ISO_IEC_7498-1.TXT   (15915 words)

  
 ISO-PP: OSI Presentation Layer Protocol (X.226, X.216, ISO 8823, 8822)
The OSI presentation layer protocol (ISO-PP) is for the information transit between open systems using connection oriented or connectionless mode transmission at the presentation layer of the OSI 7 layer model.
For connectionless mode transmission, the sending presentation entity selects the transfer syntaxes.
For connectionless mode transmission, the abstract syntaxes used are determined by the sending application entity.
www.javvin.com /protocolISOpresentation.html   (566 words)

  
 ANSDIT - The letter "C"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The transmission of units of data from a source service access point to one or more destination service access points by means of a connection.
Pertaining to a operating mode of a functional unit in which a user and a functional unit exchange a sequence of related entries and responses in a manner similar to a dialog between two people.
A transmission channel that may be used to transfer data in a manner that violates security policy.
www.ncits.org /tc_home/k5htm/c5.htm   (2616 words)

  
 Definition: connectionless mode transmission   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
In a packet-switched network, transmission in which each packet is encoded with a header containing a destination address sufficient to permit the independent delivery of the packet without the aid of additional instructions.
Note 2: In connectionless mode transmission of a packet, the service provider usually cannot guarantee there will be no loss, error insertion, misdelivery, duplication, or out-of-sequence delivery of the packet.
The transmission of a unit of data in a single self-contained operation without establishing, maintaining, and releasing a connection.
www.atis.org /tg2k/_connectionless_mode_transmission.html   (165 words)

  
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The key elements that determine the cost and performance of a local network are its topology, transmission medium, and medium access control protocols.
Transmission media include twisted pair, baseband coaxial cable, and optical fiber.
We find that the throughput of the network is a strictly increasing function of the receiver's ability to capture signals, and depends on the transmission range of the terminals and their probability of transmitting packets.
www.cs.columbia.edu /~hgs/bib/net84.bib   (4256 words)

  
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It is observed that the connection setup and tear-down protocol exchanges and complex connection-oriented protocol machines become unnecessary overheads for a simple request/response exchange between a client application and a server application, especially in reliable communications environments such as LAN and ISDN.
The OSI connectionless upper layers are thought to be highly effective and efficient, both in time and space, for the distributed application classes mentioned above.
By offering an OSI connectionless transport service on top of the Internet, this RFC will allow future applications to use the OSI connectionless upper-layer services, which are required to be conformant to the OSI upper layer Shue, Haggerty & Dobbins [Page 6] RFC 1240 OSI on top of UDP June 1991 architecture.
ftp.cerias.purdue.edu /pub/doc/rfc/rfc1240.txt   (1389 words)

  
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The connection mode is circuit-oriented and enables data to be transferred over an established connection in a sequenced manner.
The connectionless mode is message-oriented and supports data transfer in self-contained units with no logical relationship required between units.
The acknowledged connectionless mode is message-oriented and guarantees that data units will be delivered to the destination user in the order in which they were sent.
www.opengroup.org /onlinepubs/009618899/chap2.htm   (2689 words)

  
 rfc926   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Associated with each subnetwork connectionless-mode transmission, certain measures of quality of service are requested when the primitive action is initiated.
These requested measures (or parameter values and options) are based on a priori knowledge by the Network Service provider of the service(s) made available to it by the subnetwork.
However, to facilitate interoperation between end-systems and relay-systems by avoiding different interpretations of the same encoding, a mechanism is provided to distinguish user-defined security encoding from standardized security encoding.
ietfreport.isoc.org /idref/rfc926   (11179 words)

  
 Toggit Certification Home for MCSE CCNA A+ study guides and test prep
Capacity becomes available for data transmissions when a voice call is terminated or when a call is switched from cell to cell.
In asynchronous transmissions, commonly used in modem communications, the settings for baud rate, number of data bits, number of stop bits, and parity parameters must all be correct.
In a connectionless service, data packets may not reach their destination in the same order in which connection speed they were sent.
www.toggit.com /Library/pedia/techno.asp?Term=c&Techno=Letter   (12135 words)

  
 Connectionless mode transmission Definition | Computer Dictionary | Define meaning of Connectionless mode transmission
In a packet-switched network, connectionless mode transmission is transmission in which each packet is prepended with a header containing a destination address sufficient to permit the independent delivery of the packet without the aid of additional instructions.
A packet transmitted in a connectionless mode is frequently called a datagram.
An advantage of the connectionless mode over the connection-oriented is that it allows for multicast and broadcast operations, which may save network resources when the same data needs to be transmitted to several recepients.
www.cpupedia.com /definition/connectionless+mode+transmission.aspx   (189 words)

  
 rfc 994 reference for Network Programming in .NET with C# & Visual Basic .NET (VB.NET)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Associated with each connectionless-mode transmission, certain meas- ures of Quality of Service are requested when the primitive action is initiated.
If the minimum service data unit sizes supported by all of the sub- networks involved in the transmission of a particular PDU are known to be large enough that segmentation is not required, then the Non- segmenting protocol subset may be used.
Infor- mation relating to the Quality of Service provided during the transmission of the PDU is determined from the Quality of Service and other information contained in the Options Part of the PDU header.
www.webtropy.com /articles/rfc.aspx?rfc=994   (11429 words)

  
 Pantek - Expert Linux and Open Source Services: : RFC #1142: OSI IS-IS Intra-domain Routing Protocol. D. Oran, Ed..
All subnetwork types are treated by the Subnetwork Inde pendent functions as though they were connectionless subnetworks, using the Subnetwork Dependent Conver gence functions of ISO 8473 where necessary to provide a connectionless subnetwork service.
In all cases, the encapsulated Data NPDU may need to be fragmented by ISO 8473 before transmission in which case it must be reassembled and decapsulated by the destination Partition Designated Level 2 IS. The encapsulation is further de scribed as part of the forwarding process in 7.4.3.2.
NOTE - In order to minimise the transmission of redundant information, it is advisable for an IS to group Reachable Address Prefix information by the circuit with which it is as sociated.
www.pantek.com /library/general/rfc/rfc1142.html   (18541 words)

  
 Network Programmer's Guide Chapter 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
This layer provides mechanical, electrical, functional, and procedural means to activate and deactivate physical transmission connections between datalinks.
This layer provides functional and procedural means for connectionless-mode transmission among networks.
This layer provides a means of connectionless-mode transmission among transport entities.
jagor.srce.hr /~ddelija/netprog/netprog/chap1.html   (296 words)

  
 rfc994   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Title: Final Text of DIS 8473, Protocol for Providing the Connectionless- mode Network Service Source: DIS 8473 Editor ISO 8473 [Page 1] RFC 994 December 1986 Contents 1 Scope and Field of Application 6 2 References 7 SECTION ONE.
ISO 8473 [Page 14] RFC 994 December 1986 5.5.1 Subnetwork Points of Attachment The source and destination addresses specify the points of attachment to a public or private subnetwork(s) involved in the transmission.
The value of this field is set ISO 8473 [Page 34] RFC 994 December 1986 to binary 0000 0000 to identify the Inactive Network Layer protocol subset.
ietfreport.isoc.org /idref/rfc994   (11336 words)

  
 connectionless - OneLook Dictionary Search
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Connectionless : Butterfly Glossary (networking terminology) [home, info]
Phrases that include connectionless: connectionless mode transmission, connectionless network protocol, connectionless protocol, connectionless transport protocol
www.onelook.com /cgi-bin/cgiwrap/bware/dofind.cgi?word=connectionless   (112 words)

  
 RFC 926 (rfc926) - Protocol for providing the connectionless mode network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Network Working Group ISO Request for Comments: 926 December 1984 Protocol for Providing the Connectionless-Mode Network Services (Informally - ISO IP) ISO DIS 8473 Status of this Memo: This document is distributed as an RFC for information only.
Interrelationship of Standards RFC 926 December 1984 1 SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION This International Standard specifies a protocol which is used to provide the Connectionless-mode Network Service as described in ISO 8348/DAD1, Addendum to the Network Service Definition Covering Connectionless-mode Transmission.
Subnetwork Service Primitives RFC 926 December 1984 5.5.1 Subnetwork Addresses The source and destination addresses specify the points of attachment to a public or private subnetwork(s) involved in the transmission.
www.faqs.org /rfcs/rfc926.html   (13283 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Associated with each connectionless-mode transmission, certain measures of Quality of Service are requested when the primitive action is initiated.
If the minimum service data unit sizes supported by all of the subnetworks involved in the transmission of a particular PDU are known to be large enough that segmentation is not required, then the Nonsegmenting protocol subset may be used.
Information relating to the Quality of Service provided during the transmission of the PDU is determined from the Quality of Service and other information contained in the Options Part of the PDU header.
www.rfc.members.pl /rfc-php/rfc994.php   (11294 words)

  
 RFC 1240
The Internet community has a well-developed, mature set of layered transport and network protocols, which are quite successful in offering both connection-oriented (TCP) and connectionless (UDP) transport services over connectionless network services (IP) to end- users.
transport connectionless-mode transmission is the independent nature of each invocation of the connectionless transport service.
By offering an OSI connectionless transport service on top of the Internet, this RFC will allow future applications to use the OSI connectionless upper-layer services, which are required to be conformant to the OSI upper layer
www.apps.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1240.html   (1542 words)

  
 Re: Missing requirements
] > To quote ISO 8072, the Transport Service Definition, connectionless mode > transmission occurs "without any requirement to maintain any logical > relationship among multiple transport-service-data-units".
(I think it's important to get our terminology straight in order to think clearly and communicate effectively.) You're right that a cipher in CFB mode does not suffer from the simple reorigination attack that a true stream cipher does, though the more sophisticated attacks that you allude to are still not differential cryptanalytic attacks.
Typically CFB is used for cases where self-synchronization is needed to limit the effects of transmission errors (not a requirement w/ TLS traffic, since except for malicious packets we can assume that the CRCs will work okay); we also don't need error propagation, since we separately check the MAC on the data.
lists.w3.org /Archives/Public/ietf-tls/msg00179.html   (550 words)

  
 RFC 1142 - OSI IS-IS Intra-domain Routing Protocol. D. Oran, Ed..   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Mode False, but is not a Level 1 Designated Intermediate System on circuit C, transmit a Level 1 Partial Sequence Numbers PDU on circuit C, containing entries for as many Level 1 Link State PDUs with SSNflag set as will fit in the PDU, and then clear SSNflag for these entries.
To avoid the possibility of starvation, the scan of the LSP database for those with SSNflag set shall commence with the next LSP which was not included in the previous scan.
The interval between two consecutive transmissions of the same LSP shall be at least min
rfc.sunsite.dk /rfc/rfc1142.html   (17704 words)

  
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Thus, mapping the SNMP onto the CLTS, a "transport address" in the context of [1], is simply a transport-selector and network address.
It should be noted that the mapping of SNMP onto a connectionless- mode transport service is wholly consistent with SNMP's architectural principles, as described in [1,5].
However, the CLTS itself can be realized using either a connectionless-mode or a connection-oriented network service.
www.ietf.org /rfc/rfc1418.txt   (762 words)

  
 RFC relevance of protocol
a) procedures for the connectionless transmission of data
transmission of the PDU is determined from the Quality of Service
transmission queues and buffers, can be used preferentially to pro
spectrum-worldresearch.com /relevance/projects/rfc/protocol/function/parameter/destination/segmentation/december/rfc0994.txt.protocol.html   (6098 words)

  
 -=SYSAdmins.RU=- :: Все для Системных Администраторов   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Connectionless-mode Transmission (ISO 8348/DAD1) states that the maximum size of a connectionless-mode Network-service-data-unit is limited to 64512 octets.
For those subnetworks which do not inherently provide Quality of Service as a parameter when the primitive action is initiated, it is a local matter as to how the semantics of the service requested might be preserved.
The priority parameter carries the relative priority of the protocol data unit.
www.sysadmins.ru /rfc/rfc926.html   (10277 words)

  
 RFC994
The underlying connectionless-mode service assumed by the protocol may be obtained either directly, from a connectionless-mode real subnetwork, or indirectly, through the operation of an appropri- ate Subnetwork Dependent Convergence Function (SNDCF) or Protocol (SNDCP) over a connection-mode real subnetwork as described in ISO 8648, Internal Organization of the Network Layer.
The Addendum to the Network Service Definition Covering Connectionless-mode Transmission (ISO 8348/AD1) states that the max- imum size of a connectionless-mode Network-service-data-unit (NSDU) is limited to 64512 octets.
Note: These service primitives are used to describe the abstract interface which exists between the ISO 8473 protocol machine and an underlying real subnetwork or a Subnetwork Dependent Convergence Function which operates over a real subnetwork or real data link to provide the required underlying service.
www.scit.wlv.ac.uk /appdocs/rfcs/rfc9xx/RFC994.html   (11543 words)

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