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To increase the range of DLCIs, the Frame Relay address has been extended from the original 2-byte address to 3- or 4-byte addresses Figure 184 shows the different addresses Note that the EA field defines the number of bytes; it is 1 in the last byte of the address, and it is a in the other bytes Note that in the 3- and 4-byte formats, the bit before the last bit is set to O
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VIRTUAL-CIRCUIT NETWORKS: FRAME RELAY AND ATM
FRADs
To handle frames arriving from other protocols, Frame Relay uses a device called a Frame Relay assembler/disassembler (FRAD) A FRAD assembles and disassembles frames coming from other protocols to allow them to be carried by Frame Relay frames A FRAD can be implemented as a separate device or as part of a switch Figure 185 shows two FRADs connected to a Frame Relay network
Figure 185 FRAD
X25 X25 Frame Relay
VOFR
Frame Relay networks offer an option called Voice Over Frame Relay (VOFR) that sends voice through the network Voice is digitized using PCM and then compressed The result is sent as data frames over the network This feature allows the inexpensive sending of voice over long distances However, note that the quality of voice is not as good as voice over a circuit-switched network such as the telephone network Also, the varying delay mentioned earlier sometimes corrupts real-time voice
Frame Relay was originally designed to provide PVC connections There was not, therefore, a provision for controlling or managing interfaces Local Management Information (LMI) is a protocol added recently to the Frame Relay protocol to provide more management features In particular, LMI can provide
A keep-alive mechanism to check if data are flowing A multicast mechanism to allow a local end system to send frames to more than one remote end system A mechanism to allow an end system to check the status of a switch (eg, to see if the switch is congested)
Congestion Control and Quality of Service
One of the nice features of Frame Relay is that it provides congestion control and quality of service (QoS) We have not discussed these features yet In 24, we introduce these two important aspects of networking and discuss how they are implemented in Frame Relay and some other networks
SECTION 182
182 ATM
Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is the cell relay protocol designed by the ATM Forum and adopted by the ITU-T The combination of ATM and SONET will allow high-speed interconnection of all the world's networks In fact, ATM can be thought of as the "highway" of the information superhighway
Design Goals
Among the challenges faced by the designers of ATM, six stand out 1 Foremost is the need for a transmission system to optimize the use of high-data-rate transmission media, in particular optical fiber In addition to offering large bandwidths, newer transmission media and equipment are dramatically less susceptible to noise degradation A technology is needed to take advantage of both factors and thereby maximize data rates 2 The system must interface with existing systems and provide wide-area interconnectivity between them without lowering their effectiveness or requiring their replacement 3 The design must be implemented inexpensively so that cost would not be a barrier to adoption If ATM is to become the backbone of international communications, as intended, it must be available at low cost to every user who wants it 4 The new system must be able to work with and support the existing telecommunications hierarchies (local loops, local providers, long-distance carriers, and so on) 5 The new system must be connection-oriented to ensure accurate and predictable delivery 6 Last but not least, one objective is to move as many of the functions to hardware as possible (for speed) and eliminate as many software functions as possible (again for speed)
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