Table of contents for Network design for IP convergence / Yezid Donoso.


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Computer Network Concepts .............................................................. I
1.1    D igital versus Analog  Transm ission .................... ....................  1
1.2   Computer Networks According to Size ............................................ 7
1.2.1   Personal Area Networks (PANs) .........................................
1.2.2   Local Area Networks (LANs) ...................................  7
1.2.3   Metropolitan Area Networks (MANs)..................................8
1.2.4   W  ide Area Networks (W   ANs) .................... .................... 10
1.3   Network Architectures and Technologies ........................................ 11
1.3.1   O SI...................................................................... 11
1.3.2   PAN   ...................................................    13
1.3.2.1   Bluetooth.............................    ..........  13
1.3.3   LAN ...................................        ................ 15
1.3.3.1   Ethernet........................................  15
1.3 .3 .2  W iF i .................................................................. 15
1.3.4   MAN/WAN .......................... .................................. 16
1.3.4.1   TDM    (TI, T3, El, E3, SONET, SDH)...........16
1.3.4.2   xD SL  ................... ............................. ............. 18
1.3.4.3   WDM     (DWDM) ......................             19
1.3.4.4   PPP/HDLC ................................... ....20
1.3.4.5   Fram  e  Relay.......................................... 20
1.3.4.6   A T M  ....................................... ..........21
1.3.4.7   W  iM A X  ..................................... ... . .....22
1.3.4.8   G M  PL S  ............................. .................... 23
1.3.5   TC  P/IP.................................................24
1.4    Network  Functions........ .................................25
1.4.1   E ncapsulation  ...................................... ................... 25
1.4.2   Sw itching  .....................................         26
1.4.3   Routing  .     ...................... ................ .................35
1.4.4   M ultiplexing ..................... ........................ ....... ..... 41
1.5   Network Equipments .....................         .................43
1.5.1   H ub  .......................   ....   .............................. 43
1.5.2   Access Point .................................................... 45
1.5.3   Switch ............... ............................... 47
1.5.4   Bridge .......................................         ...... 61
1.5.5   Router...........................          ..................63
1.5.6   M ultiplexer  ..................................................... ................  64
2     LAN   Network  D  esign.........................................................................67
2.1    Ethernet  Solution  ........................... ............................................67
2.1.1   E dge  C onnectivity  .................... .................................... 77
2.1.2   Core Connectivity........ .........  ...................................83
2.2   W  iFi Solution ..................      ........... ... ................... 85
2.3    LA N  Solution  w ith  IP .................................................88
2.4   VLAN Design and LAN Routing with IP ...................................94
2.5    LAN-MAN Connection ...................        ...............     113
3     MAN/WAN Network Design ......................................           125
3.1    Last-Mile Solution ........................ ......  .................125
3.1.1   LAN   Extended  .............  ............................................ 126
3.1.2   C lear C hannel .......................... ............ ....................  128
3.1.3   ADSL ........    .......   .......         ................. 134
3.1.4   Frame Relay...........      ............................. 142
3.1.5   WiMAX .................................................. 148
3.1.6   E thernet A ccess  .......................... .................................... 153
3.2    M A N /N A N  C ore  Solution  ........................ ................................. 154
3.2.1   ATM   (SONET/SDH) .........     ..........................   156
3.2.1.1   Digital Signal Synchronization ......................156
3.2.1.2   Basic SONET Signal ................       ........157
3.2.1.3   SONET    Characteristics............................... 157
3.2.1.4   SO N ET  Layers ............... .. ....................  158
3.2.1.5   Signals  H ierarchy ......................................... 159
3.2.1.6   Physical Elements of SONET. .......................... 159
3.2.1.7   Network Topologies ..................................160
3.2.1.8   SON  ET  Benefits  ................... .. ................. 160
3.2.1.9   SON  ET  Standards ....................................   161
3.2.1.10 Synchronous Digital Hierarchy (SDH) ............ 161
3.2.1.11 Elements of Synchronous Transmission ......... 165
3.2.1.12 Types of Connections ..................................... 166
3.2.1.13 Types of Network Elements ........................... 166
3.2.1.14 Configuration of an SDH Network.................. 167
3.2.2   M etro  Ethernet .......................................  171
3.2.3   DWDM ................................................ 171
3.3   GMPLS ......................................... 175
3.3.1   MPLS Packet Fields ................................... 177
3.3.1.1  C haracteristics .............................. ..........   177
3.3.1.2  Com  ponents ....................... .................  177
3.3.1.3  O peration  ............................ ............  179
3.4   MAN/WAN Solution with IP .........        ................ 180
4    Q uality  of Service................................................................................ 185
4.1   LA N  Solution ......................................................... .................. 189
4.1.1   VLAN   Priority ................. ...... . ................... 190
4.1.2   IEEE  802.1p ............................................. 195
4.2   MAN/WAN Solution......................................... 195
4.2.1   QoS in Frame Relay ....... ..................... ........ ... 196
4.2.2   QoS in ATM .......................................   201
4.2.3   QoS in ADSL ..................................................205
4.2.4   QoS  in  M PLS .............. ............................. 206
4.2.4.1  C R-LD P  .................. .. ... .................... .....  208
4.2.4.2  RSVP-TE........................................214
4.3   QoS in IP (DiffServ) ................................... .............. 218
4.3.1   PIIB  .......................        .................. 221
4.3.2   Classifiers...................... ....... ................221
4.3.3   Traffic  C onditioners.......................................... 221
4.3.4   Bandwidth  Brokers (BBs) ...................... .................. 222
4.4   QoS in Layer 4 (TCP/UDP Port) ........................................   222
4.5   QoS in Layer 7 (Application) .................................. .....227
4.6   Network Design with Bandwidth Manager................................... 229
5    Computer Network Applications ...................................... .....235
5.1   N ot Real-Tim e Applications ...................... ................... 235
5.1.1   H-TTP ............   ............................236
5.1.2   FT P  .................................... .................. 238
15.1.3  SM TP  and  (PO P3/IM AP) .................... ......................239
5.2   Real-Time Applications ........................ ........... ............ 241
5.2.1   VolP ................   ........................241
5.2.1.1  IP-PBX  ......... ............ . ..................242
5.2.1.2  Cellular IP....................................250
5.2.2   IPT V ................................    ..................... 264
5.2.3   Videoconference ............................... ............   266
5.2.4   Video Streaming................................      268
5.3   Introduction to NGN and IMS Networks................................... 268



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Computer network architectures, Convergence (Telecommunication)TCP/IP (Computer network protocol)