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languages per person) or they can agree on a canonical language (Esperanto), which reduces the requirement to a single language each. An example is shown in Figure 2-19. In network management, several canonical forms exist. The most common are the International Organization for Standardization s (ISO) Common Management Information Protocol (CMIP), the Internet Engineering Task Force s (IETF) Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), and the Object Management Group s Common Object Request Brokered Architecture (CORBA). As long as every manager device agrees to use one of these on the network side, every system can talk to every other system. Other canonical forms found at the Application layer include ISO s X.400/X.500 Message Handling Service, the IETF s Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) for e-mail applications, ISO s File Transfer, Access, and Management (FTAM), the IETF s File Transfer Protocol (FTP), and the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) for file transfer, and a host of others. (Quiz: Where would you find these defined ) Note that the services provided at this layer are highly specific in nature. They perform a limited subset of tasks.
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Figure 2-19 Canonical translator.
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Protocols
Layer 6: The Presentation Layer
For our e-mail example, let s assume that the Application layer converts the PC-specific information to X.400 format and adds a header that will tell the receiving device to look for X.400-formatted content. This is not a difficult concept. Think about the nature of the information that must be included in any e-mail encoding scheme. Every system must have a field for the following:
Sender (From) Recipient (To) Date Subject Cc Bcc Attachment Copy Message body Signature (optional) Priority Various other miscellaneous fields
The point is that the number of defined fields is relatively small, and as long as each mail system knows what the fields are and where they exist in the coding scheme of the canonical standard, it will be able to map its own content to and from X.400 or SMTP. Problem solved. Once the message has been encoded properly as an e-mail message, the Application layer passes the now slightly larger message down to the Presentation layer. It does this across a layer-to-layer interface using a simple set of commands and encoding structures called service primitives. The Presentation layer provides a more general set of services concerning the structural form or syntax of the data than the Application layer does. These services include code conversion, such as 7-bit ASCII to 8-bit EBCDIC translation, as well as compression, using such services as PKZIP, British Telecom Lempel-Ziv, the various releases of the Moving
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Picture Experts Group (MPEG), the Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG), and a variety of others. The services also feature encryption, which includes Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). Note that these services can be used on any form of data; spreadsheets, word processing documents, and rock music can all be compressed and encrypted. Compression is typically used to reduce the number of bits required to represent a file through a complex manipulative mathematical process that identifies redundant information in the image, removes it, and sends the resulting smaller file off to be transmitted or archived. To explain how compression works, let s examine JPEG. JPEG was developed jointly by ISO and the International Telecommunication Union Standardization Sector (ITU-T) as a technique for the compression of still images while still retaining varying degrees of quality as required by the user s application. Here s how it works. Please refer to Figures 2-20a and 2-20b, which are photographs of my nephew, E.J.
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