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The physical layer of X25 is described by the X21 standard, which is a 15-pin connector X21bis was defined to utilize the same functions within a 25-pin connector This was done to leverage the large available pool of 25-pin connectors in the marketplace The X21bis standard specifies support of line speeds up to 48 kbps Just as the V35 standard only specifies speeds up to 48 kbps but is commonly run at T-1 speeds (1544 Mbps), the X21bis standard will also work at faster speeds as long as the cables used are not too long The X25 second layer 2 is the Link Access Procedure Balanced (LAPB), which is in many ways similar to HDLC This protocol is responsible for data transfer between a DTE and DCE, link status reporting and synchronization, and error recovery The LAPB protocol handles all the reliability issues previously discussed It is worth introducing the most common layer 2 header functions, and how they fit into establishing a DTE-to-DCE X25 link Link establishment uses unnumbered frames; numbered frames are used once the call is established and data is being transferred The following step sequences, as shown in Fig 6-12, can be viewed on a protocol analyzer that can decode X25 frames It is assumed that the link is using LAPB, rather than the older LAP protocol LAP had more stages for establishing a call, and starts communication with a Set Asynchronous Response Mode (SARM) instead of a Set Asynchronous Balanced Mode (SABM) You need to make sure that both ends of the link are using the same protocol at this level
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Figure 6-12: X25 DTE-to-DCE flow control sequence
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1The normal operation is for the DCE device to be sending out DISC (disconnect) frames at a time interval determined by its T-1 timer setting This indicates that it is ready to receive a call 2The DTE device will initialize the link with one command, the SABM, which initiates the DCE sending back an Unnumbered Acknowledgment 3The DTE starts sending data using information frames, each of which is acknowledged by RR frames RR frames are sent by the DCE and indicate that the receiver is ready for more information If the DCE has information to send to the DTE, it can do this using the same RR frame that acknowledged receipt of DTE data If the RR frame contains data, it is known as a piggyback acknowledgment 4If the DTE sends enough information to fill the buffers of the DCE, the DCE will send back a Receiver Not Ready (RNR) frame Upon receipt of a RNR frame, the DTE will remain idle for the length of its T-1 timer, then poll the DCE to see if it is ready 5The DCE will respond to a poll with more RNR packets until it has space in its buffer to take more data, at which time it will send an RR frame to allow the DTE to start sending more Information frames 6The link is cleared by the DTE sending a DISC (disconnect frame), which is responded to by an Unnumbered Acknowledgment The third layer protocol in X25 is called the Packet Layer Procedure (PLP) and provides the procedures for the control of virtual circuits within the X25 network The lower two layers have local significance, whereas the packet level has end-to-end significance, as illustrated in Fig 6-13
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Figure 6-13: X25 level-three protocols have end-to-end significance
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X25 assigns Logical Channel Numbers (LCNs) to the multiple logical connections to a DTE that can exist over one physical link In this respect, LCNs are similar to frame relay DLCI numbers when the frame relay interface is in point-to-point mode LCNs do not have end-to-end significance; rather, they are only used between a specific DTE/DCE pair This means that the same LCN number can exist in many places on an X25 network without causing problems In theory, an LCN can have a value between 0 and 4096; rarely, however, is there the ability or the need to configure more than 255 LCNs on one physical link LCNs must be assigned to a DTE with some care, however A call collision would result if both the DTE and DCE were trying to initiate calls on the same LCN The LCN that most people refer to is actually made up of a Logical Channel Group Number and Logical Channel Number If an X25 network provider allocates you a 12-bit LCN, you have both LCGN and LCN If the provider gives you a 4-bit LCGN and an 8-bit LCN, combine the two with the LCGN at the front to get a 12-digit LCN Figure 6-14 illustrates two hosts and a printer that have unique X25 addresses having significance throughout the X25 network These addresses, known as Network User Addresses (NUAs), conform to the X121 recommendation for public data networks, which specifies an address length of 14 digits, with 12 being mandatory and 2 being optional The first four digits are known as the data network identification number (DNIC); the first three identify the country, while the fourth identifies the network within the country The next eight digits are the national number, and the last two are optional subaddressing numbers allocated by the user, not the network provider
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