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Internet architectures

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Internet architectures

Internet architectures

Andy Schmidt, Daniel Minoli

544 pages, parution le 19/02/1999


Internet networking is a multi-billion dollar industry and has begun to take business from telephone companies and broadcasters. Despite this, little is known about how the system actually works. Access providers, service providers, exchange providers wanting to be a player in tomorrow's Internet needs to understand its structure and also who owns (or controls) which pieces of the system.

Table of contents :

Part 1: The Internet, Its Architectures, and the Stakeholders ..... 1
Chapter 1: Introduction: From Concept to the De-facto Public Switched Data Network ..... 3
Chapter 2: Internet Service Provider Architectures and Services ..... 37
Chapter 3: ISP Business Relationships ..... 77
Part 2: Evolving Internet Requirements ..... 119
Chapter 4: Need for QOS-based Communications ..... 121
Chapter 5: Contemporary Example of QOS Requirements in the Internet­A Case Study with Wider Implications ..... 153
Part 3: QOS Support in the Internet: Technologies and Protocols ..... 173
Chapter 6: Frame Relay Technology for ISP Support and QOS Questions ..... 175
Chapter 7: ATM Technology for ISPs and QOS Support Capabilities ..... 237
Chapter 8: Layer 3 Fundamentals with an Eye to QOS: IP, IPv6, Internet Routing, and BGP ..... 301
Chapter 9: IP-based Communication in ATM Environments: One of Many ISP Approaches to QOS ..... 365
Chapter 10: Generic IP-based Communication: QOS based on RSVP ..... 403
Part 4: Evolving Access Technologies ..... 449
Chapter 11: xDSL Technology and Applications ..... 451
Chapter 12: ISDN Origin of xDSL Technology ..... 475
Chapter 13: ADSL Physical Layer Technology ..... 495

L'auteur - Daniel Minoli

Daniel Minoli recently played a key role in the foundation of two networking companies: Global Nautical Networks, a provider of mobile Internet and data services to marinas, and InfoPort Communications Group, an optical and Gigabit Ethernet metropolitan carrier. An author of best-selling books on telecommunications and data communications, he has written columns for ComputerWorld, NetworkWorld, and Network Computing. He has also taught at New York University, Stevens Institute of Technology, Carnegie-Mellon University, and Monmounth University.

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Éditeur(s) Wiley
Auteur(s) Andy Schmidt, Daniel Minoli
Parution 19/02/1999
Nb. de pages 544
Format 229 x 152
EAN13 9780471190813


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