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There are eight key influencers identified here: Applications (supported), (Improvement in Service Provider) Economics, Regulation, Substitutes (to Carrier Ethernet), Technology (improvements), Competition (amongst Service Providers), Fiber Deployment, and Standardization (of Carrier Ethernet). Each of these influencing factors is itself influenced by a set of secondary factors: for instance, the (Improvement in Service Provider) Economics is invariably a function of the market /end user price of Carrier Ethernet, the cost to Service Providers, and so on. Such factors are assumed in the analysis but not explicitly noted to keep it simple. Almost all the factors can be considered as direct influencers of Carrier Ethernet demand (with the exception of Competition and Technology, which are indirect). Note that Technology is both a direct and indirect influence, i.e., it influences demand for Carrier Ethernet via Economics, Standardization, and Applications, as shown in the figure. (Carrier Ethernet) Demand itself also directly influences Economics, Standardization, Technology, Fiber Deployment, and Competition in a positive manner, and Regulation in an inverse fashion. This is depicted in the lower part of Figure 16.6. In fact, with the exception of Competition, it forms a reinforcing loop with each of the other influencers. These are the most important and significant influencers for Carrier Ethernet Demand (and are present in the top-left quadrant of the figure). This means that an increase (or decrease) of each influencer will lead to a corresponding increase (or decrease) in demand for Carrier Ethernet, which in turn will lead to a corresponding increase (or decrease) in that influencer, and on it goes. With the exception of Substitutes, Regulation, and Competition, all the other factors influence in a positive fashion; these three impact in a negative or inverse manner, i.e., an increase (or decrease) in Substitutes/Regulation/Competition will likely lead to a decrease (or increase) in the demand for Carrier Ethernet. This is clarified in Figure 16.6, which highlights, to some degree, the extent and direction of this influence. There are several influencing relationships between the factors themselves; in these cases, they only indirectly influence the demand for Carrier Ethernet.15 (Increased) Competition for instance, can lead to an increased focus on technology (feature) development (which, of course, in turn can stimulate demand).
Ultimately, no service provider is able to offer services in every location, and so providers look to extend their footprint by partnering with others. For providers of Ethernet services, the simplest way to interconnect with other networks is the back-to-back UNI method typically just interconnecting a pair of GigE ports between providers and provisioning a new VLAN for each inter-provider service instance. This is analogous to the inter-provider IP-VPN option A, as defined in RFC 4364, and although simple and secure, the two providers must agree on VLANs at the inter-connect and provision a new VLAN for each new service. This method also presents a single point of failure at the interconnect, though this can be alleviated somewhat by using pairs of GigE ports running 802.3ad link bundling over redundant fibre paths. The MEF is working on a standardised Ethernet NNI to address the lack of standards support for inter-provider Ethernet services, but in the interim many providers are looking to use MPLS-derived mechanisms for interconnects. MS-PWs may be used, with the border routers between two providers networks both acting as S-PEs. The pseudowire segment between the two border routers may be provisioned either statically or using LDP. BGP may be used by the border routers to discover which pseudowires to signal across the interconnect. See Figure 14.7 and the section below on dynamic multisegment pseudowires for more discussion on the use of BGP for establishing MS-PWs.
#include <iostream> #include <cstdlib> using namespace std; int main() { int i, min_value, max_value; int list[10]; for(i=0; i<10; i++) list[i] = rand(); // find minimum value min_value = list[0]; for(i=1; i<10; i++) if(min_value > list[i]) min_value = list[i]; cout << "minimum value: " << min_value << '\n'; // find maximum value max_value = list[0]; for(i=1; i<10; i++) if(max_value < list[i]) max_value = list[i]; cout << "maximum value: " << return 0; } max_value << '\n';
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