An indispensable guide for network designers, administrators, engineers, and their managers, this practical tutorial has been completely revised to include the latest data on frame relay architecture, standards, and associated technologies. This second edition also contains a number of new implementation examples.Clearly, a potentially vexing problem results from this approach. What is needed is for the originating workstation (and not just the router) to adjust the rate at which it sends traffic. ... 2: Using X.25a#39;s layer 3 with receive ready (RR) Case 3: Using TCP or TP 4 with their credit fields Case 4: Using TCP or TP 4 with delayed ACKs Case 5: Using LLC type 2 with RNR ... The destination link address is used by the link layer (layer 2) to determine whether the traffic is to be received at this station.
|Title||:||Frame Relay Networks|
|Author||:||Uyless D. Black|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill Companies - 1996|