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The Mid-Band Ethernet EFM technologies are proving to be the most cost-effective on-ramp to the Ethernet/MPLS metro networks. In general, traditional service providers can address the Ethernet access problem with wireless technologies, fiber-based technologies, or copper-based technologies. Although wireless technologies do not require much wired infrastructure and can thus be deployed quickly, they generally have serious deficiencies when targeted at highvalue services cost and reliability. Wireless alternatives have fairly high capital costs and offer solutions that can be affected by weather, line of sight, or other disturbers in the same wireless frequencies (in the unregulated wireless spectrum). For carriers trying to offer business services, or even reliable triple-play services, wireless access technologies are not a strong solution. They may be fine for simple best effort Internet access, but they are difficult to market as a high-margin reliable service offering. Optical access, on the other hand, is ideal in that it provides almost unlimited bandwidth and very reliable services. The downside of optical access is its limited availability. Today, around 10 12 percent of business customers have access to optical connectivity. The percentage of residential customers with optical access is much lower. And unfortunately, although there are large-scale initiatives to push optical access to more and more subscribers, that penetration continues to grow at only 1 2% per year. Therefore, optical access will continue to serve only a minority of locations for the foreseeable future. Copper-based access technologies, on the other hand, have almost universal reach copper lines go to almost every building. Until recently, copper access suffered from unnecessary complexity, low performance, and uncertain reliability. The EFM standards changed all of that. By using Ethernet natively on the in-place copper plant, the access network became simpler and more efficient. The new EFM technologies also helped to increase the speeds of the access network, with 10PASS-TS speeds up to 100 Mbps and 2BASE-TL speeds over 5 Mbps per line. And finally, the flexible and dynamic bonding mechanisms of Mid-Band Ethernet can provide automatic resiliency against failures in the outside plant. The Mid-Band Ethernet technologies can be economically compared to other access options such as fiber optics, more traditional T1/E1 architectures, and traditional xDSL. The primary drawback of fiber access is availability to extend the fiber network requires a significant amount of capital and time. Trenching new fiber runs cost between $50,000 and $250,000 per mile and takes between 6 and 24 months. With this kind of up-front investment in time and money, it s easy to see why carriers aren t just deploying fiber everywhere; there has to be significant revenue opportunity in order to recoup the up-front costs. Traditional T1/E1 technologies, on the other hand, are universally available but lack both the capability to deliver significant bandwidth and the resiliency necessary for highly reliable services. Mid-Band Ethernet technologies provide more than seven times the raw capacity of a traditional T1. Additionally, once the efficiencies of native Ethernet are included in the comparison, as compared to the overhead of frame relay, PPP, or ATM solutions of the T1, Mid-Band Ethernet can provide more than 13 times the user throughput experience a significant bandwidth increase compared to the 1.5 Mbps provided from a T1 connection. This allows the deployment of 5, 10, 20, and even 40 Mbps services using the multi-pair capabilities of 2BASE-TL. And with the automatic resiliency
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In Layer 1, we typically use SONET and DWDM for the physical architecture. Although other variations can be used, this is the more common today. At Layer 2, we typically will use ATM or Frame Relay, but the PPP protocol can also be used if some other form of link architecture is employed Layer 3 is where we will find the IP layer (Ipv4 or Ipv6), using the network layer to handle the datagram protocols At Layer 4, we use UDP instead of TCP for the real-time applications. Let s face it, UDP serves as a better set of protocols to use when we can ignore packet loss, or the reliability issues are addressed at a lower level. At the upper layers (5 7), we see the use of the Real-Time Protocol (RTP), the Real-Time Control Protocol (RTCP), and the Resource Reservation Protocols (RSVP). Others will include the Network Time Stamp Protocol (NTP) and the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) as others. At the application, we see the H.323 protocols sitting on top of the heap.
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As mentioned, commands within a transaction are executed in sequence. If a given command in the transaction happens to fail, then the subsequent commands in the transaction are not processed. One exception is when a transaction contains one or more optional commands. If an optional command fails, then the processing of the remaining commands will continue. Optional commands in a transaction are indicated by inserting the string O- immediately prior to the command name. If the recipient of a TransactionRequest might take some time to execute the request, the recipient can return an interim reply so that the sender of the request does not assume that it has been lost. This interim reply is simply an indication that the TransactionRequest has been received and is being handled. The term applied to this response is TransactionPending. It simply returns the TransactionID received and no parameters. The TransactionID is a 32-bit integer.
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