ATM User Network Interface (UNI) Specification Version 3.1, 1st edition
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Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is the hottest network technology in the marketplace, enabling extremely high-speed transmission of all user traffic, including voice, data and video. The UNI 3.1 standard enables developers to build equipment that will fully interoperate in today's public and private ATM network environments. This is the only authoritative guide to this new standard, by The ATM Forum, the industry-led consortium that created it. KEY TOPICS: The book presents highly-detailed specifications for interfacing ATM user devices, public and private network equipment. It also covers significant Version 3.1 changes in signaling and signaling virtual channels. MARKET:: Communications engineers and programmers developing ATM applications and equipment. Version 3.0 of this title was a Prentice Hall PTR bestseller.
Table of contents
2. Physical Layer Interfaces Specification.
3. ATM Layer Specification.
4. Interim Local Management Interface Specification.
5. UNI Signalling.
Annex A: Guidelines for Use of ATM Address Formats.
Annex B: Compatibility Checking.
Annex C: B—LLI Negotiation.
Annex D: Transit Network Selection.
Annex E: Cause Definitions.
Annex F: ATM Adaptation Layer Parameters Negotiation.
Appendix A: A Quality of Service Guidelines.
Appendix B: Conformance Examples in a Traffic Contract.
Appendix C: Point—to—Mulitpoint Signalling Procedures Using Separate State Machines (Informative).
Appendix D: Example Signalling Codings.
Appendix E: Differences with ITU—T draft Recommendation Q.2931.
Appendix F: Guidelines on the use of Bearer Class, Traffic Parameters and QoS.
Appendix G: OAM Cell Error Detection Code Field.
Appendix H: Glossary.
Published by Pearson (June 2nd 1995) - Copyright © 1995