ATM Networking

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Course No: 92.460; Last Offered: No Data;

Course Description

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of the advanced network technologies such as Fast Ethernet, 100VG-ANYLAN, Broadband ISDN, and especially, Asynchronous Transfer Mode. It begins with the discussion of the protocols, cabling, and standards for Fast Ethernet and 100VG-ANYLAN. The main topic of this course is the ATM technology. It explains what is BISDN, what is ATM, and how ATM works. The BISDN/ATM Reference Model, protocols and functions in Physical, ATM, and ATM Adaptation layers will be presented. Special areas such as standards, traffic management, signaling, ATM switch architecture, SONET, LAN emulation, IP over ATM, and applications will be extensively discussed.

Prerequisites & Notes

  • Prerequisites: 92.471 or 92.472 or 92.473.
  • Special Notes:
  • Credits: 3;

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