ATM Theory and Applications
Publisher: McGraw-Hill | pages: 1011 | 1998 | ISBN: 0070453462 | PDF | 8,7 mb
The most current, most complete, and most "real-world" guide ever on ATM! This landmark reference is the ultimate "in print" database of ATM technology, services, and applications. From basic principles to detailed real-world examples, this text has it all, including exclusive in-depth treatment of such "hot" new protocols as IP and Tag Switching, Private Network Network Interface (PNNI), LAN Emulation (LANE), Understandable View of ATM Signaling, MultiProtocol Over ATM (MPOA), Available Bit rate (ABR) flow control, and Internet ReSerVation Protocol (RSVP). Traffic engineering and network design considerations are also extensively explained and illustrated. This is a must-have reference that will substantially enable any reader to make smarter technological and strategic business decisions regarding virtually every aspect of how, where, and why to apply ATM.