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primary(config)# interface e0/0.1 primary(config-subif)# vlan 311 primary(config-subif)# exit primary(config)# interface e0/0.2 primary(config-subif)# vlan 312 primary(config-subif)# exit primary(config)# interface e0/1.1 primary(config-subif)# vlan 101 primary(config-subif)# exit primary(config)# interface e0/1.2 primary(config-subif)# vlan 102 primary(config-subif)# exit
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In the previous section we became acquainted with SONET and SDH operation. In that section we noted that both technologies use time division multiplexing on a byte interleaving basis to transport circuitswitched voice and leased-line services in the form of T- and E-carrier facilities. Because SONET and SDH are limited to the static mapping of T- and E-carrier transmission facilities, they are not well suited for transporting bursty traffic, such as LAN-to-LAN transmission. For example, the connection of two 10BASE-T Ethernet LANs via a W AN may on average be satisfied by the use of a T1 line operating at 1.544 Mbits/s, which can be easily accommodated within a SONET or SDH transport. However if , the customer wanted the ability to burst transmission to 10 Mbits/s, the operator of the SONET or SDH facility would need to map the Ethernet signal to the next largest payload in the optical transport, which would be the 51.8-Mbit/s STS-1 frame in SONET. To illustrate how inefficient SONET could become, let s assume that a communications carrier operating on a OC-12 ring had a significant number of requests from businesses to provide LAN-to-LAN connectivity
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