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The Powerflash module isn t only meant to work with a garage door sensor. The Powerflash module works with any sensor that detects a contact closure (like a door sensor) or the presence of a low-voltage signal (between 6 to 18V AV, DC, and audio). The Powerflash module differs from other X10 devices in that it doesn t receive commands; rather, it sends X10 commands from its own inputs. This device plugs into a wall receptacle and when a contact closure is made or a low-voltage signal is applied to the terminals, different behavior can be programmed. For example, the Powerflash can be connected to the garage door sensor that we just installed. Then, when the garage door opens, an X10-capable light can be turned on automatically.
ATM in frame relay networks. The key role of ATM in frame relay networks is to provide a high-bandwidth backbone in the core of a carrier s network, while leaving frame relay for customer access. There also are requirements for interconnecting users between ATM and frame relay network segments. The ATM Forum, in liaison with the Frame Relay Forum, have agreed upon a set of interworking standards for each scenario; these are referred to as Network Interworking and Service Interworking. Network Interworking. Network Interworking sets a standard for using an ATM backbone to connect two frame relay endpoints. (See Figure 11.6. For further information also see FRF.5, available from the Frame Relay Forum.) These endpoints may be frame relay networks, terminal equipment, or ATM terminals supporting the frame relay protocol stack. The specified technique encapsulates the frame relay frames over AAL 5 and carries them transparently across the ATM network. This standard is of most use to network operators who wish to upgrade their frame relay internally to ATM, but do not wish to change the services offered to their customers. The relatively high cost of supporting frame relay protocols in ATM terminals makes it unlikely that Network Interworking will be used outside this application. Interworking ATM and frame relay involves mapping the variable-length frame relay frames into the fixed-length ATM cell payloads. This process is specified to use the AAL 5. Translation of frame relay DLCI (Data Link Connection Indicators) into ATM VPI/VCI values can be done either by mapping one-to-one, or multiplexing several DLCI values onto a single ATM channel. Frame relay congestion and discard priority fields also have specified mappings to equivalent features in the ATM network. Finally, traffic management must also be coordinated across the interworking unit. Service Interworking. Service Interworking (Figure 11.7) is aimed at those wishing to use ATM to upgrade high-bandwidth segments of their networks to ATM while keeping frame relay for other segments whose networking needs can be met without ATM. Service Interworking (FRF.8) specifies translation mechanisms to transfer service data between frames and cells, and vice versa. This standard removes the need for end stations to know on what type of network the destination station resides, therefore avoiding the need for expensive frame relay protocol support in the ATM network. Service Interworking is seen to offer a gradual ATM migration path for large corporate frame relay networks, and is expected to grow in popularity as key user bandwidth needs increase beyond frame relay s standard rates.
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When implementing route summarization, you ll also need to consider that routing decisions made by a router must be made on the entire destination IP address in the IP packet header. The router always uses the longest matching prefix in the routing table to perform its routing decision. I ll use the routing table in Table 8-2 to illustrate a router s decision-making process. A router receives an inbound packet on one of its interfaces and examines the destination IP address in the packet header: in this case, The router then needs to examine its routing table and find the best match for this packet, and then it routes the packet out the corresponding interface to reach the destination. The router will basically sort the entries in the routing table from the most bits in a mask to the least number of bits.
M means mandatory. M* means that the header field should be present in the request, but a receiver should be prepared to process the request even if the header is absent. O means optional. T means that the header should be included in the request if a streambased transport (such as TCP) is used.
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