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Enterprise LAN extension Today, network nodes on a LAN must be in close physical proximity due to the distance limitations of the underlying Ethernet technology. The inability to add remote nodes to a LAN is strictly a matter of transmitting the Ethernet frames and is not an inherent limitation in the network protocols or other scaling issues. An enterprise with facilities in multiple locations may wish to share resources between the locations. A simple solution from the LAN manager s perspective may be to connect the LANs using an Ethernet port as though they were not in separate locations. Enterprise to Internet service provider connection A typical enterprise LAN network is comprised of nodes interconnected by Ethernet ports. Other technologies such as Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) and token ring are also in use, but Ethernet is by far the most widely deployed. Regardless of the LAN protocol in operation, the enterprise s connection to its ISP is typically of another variety. Because the ISP s router is located at a remote location, the ISP connection must use the existing TDM network to make the connection. Therefore, both the enterprise router and the ISP s router must use a more expensive TDM port. If it were possible to transmit Ethernet directly to the ISP s router, both of the routers could use a more economical Ethernet port, and the network managers would not have to deal with TDM ports. ISP router interconnection The any-to-any connectivity of the Internet is created by a vast network of interconnected routers. An ISP s routers are interconnected, and the ISP s network is interconnected, or peered, with other ISPs and service provider networks. When these routers are in close physical proximity, they can be interconnected with Ethernet ports. When they are not in close physical proximity, they must be interconnected with TDM ports such as Packet over SONET. This connection is more expensive and often at a relatively low data rate. A simple and economical solution from the perspective of the ISP is to utilize Ethernet ports for all connections regardless of physical distance.
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The two terms that make up the title of this book, carrier-grade and Voice over IP (VoIP), mean many things to many people, and each term may have several meanings depending on the context. Furthermore, many people might consider the two terms to be mutually exclusive, making the phase carrier-grade VoIP an oxymoron. That used to be the case, but those days are over. The excitement that VoIP has generated and the resources that have been applied to developing technical solutions for VoIP have allowed it to become a serious alternative for voice communications. That is, VoIP is a serious alternative to the circuit-switched telephony that we have known for decades. Not only can VoIP technology now offer straightforward telephony services, but it can offer a lot more besides, and it can do it with the same quality of service (QoS) that we have become familiar with in traditional telephony. The overall objectives of this book are to examine the technical solutions that make VoIP a reality and to illustrate how today s VoIP solutions can offer everything that traditional circuit switching provides, plus a lot more. This first chapter introduces the reader to VoIP in general and looks at some of the reasons why it is such a hot topic. Thereafter, a brief overview of technical challenges and solutions is presented. This chapter can be considered a glimpse of the topics that are covered in more depth in later chapters. Firstly, however, we need to understand what exactly is meant when we talk about terms such as VoIP and carrier-grade.
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