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Some of these limitations have workarounds, and some do not. The problem of Q-in-Q provider bridges having to learn too many customer MAC addresses can be solved in several ways. The most obvious is for the provider to charge for customers who require more than two or three MAC addresses per port. Because many customers EVCs connect routers to those services, this is not a problem for most customers. If customers who use a provider network to connect their bridges together are charged extra for burdening the provider with a large number of MAC addresses, then the provider can afford more memory for MAC address tables. A second way to mitigate the problem is provided by IEEE Std 802.1ad-2005. If the provider bridges are running MVRP, they can prune back each S-VLAN so each EVC goes only to those bridges in the network that are required to carry it. If a given EVC is an E-Line, with only two endpoints, then every bridge along its path will have exactly two ports that are not pruned for that VLAN the two that are necessary to carry that VLAN from endpoint to endpoint. Any bridge that has only two active ports can disable MAC address learning for that VLAN. If many of the EVCs are E-Lines, doing this can greatly reduce the number of customer MAC addresses learned. Furthermore, because each VLAN follows a spanning tree, on an E-LAN EVC with three customer ports, exactly one bridge in the network will have three ports on that EVC; all other bridges will have, at most, two active ports. Thus, only one bridge in the provider s network will be learning that customer s MAC addresses. Proper alignment of multiple spanning trees can ensure that the learning load is spread properly around the network to reduce the need for MAC address learning. See Backbone Bridges Mac-in-Mac, for a more complete solution to the MAC address problem.
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Current applications using circuit-bonding technology are very much limited to the access network. The process of aggregating the capacity of many channels together to achieve a single big pipe has been defined in a generic manner. This allows for the level of aggregation to change depending on the rates of the individual signals involved and the desired rate of the big pipe. This flexibility will allow the big pipe architecture to remain simple over time even as more and more capacity is created. The deployment of higher-speed transmission channels, higher-wavelength-count WDM systems or higherspeed ports on packet-processing devices does not change the fundamental process. As opposed to bandwidth management approaches that are focused on wavelengths, the big pipe architecture allows all of the independent technologies to be developed and deployed separately. Therefore, carriers are not forced to change several aspects of their network to capitalize on developments in any particular area. Protection mechanisms for the big pipe solution are also fundamentally different from those considered by proponents of wavelength-switching solutions. In a wavelength-based
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Just as the industry was getting used to the idea of reduced overhead for data transmission, some radical thoughts began to surface in the industry. In the past, all data ran over voice networks, adjusted and accommodated according to voice standards. But what if voice could run over a data network instead By using the capability of reduced overhead, more reliable circuits, and faster throughput, the network could be tuned to accommodate voice in the form of packets of data. Much of the pressure for voice over any data technology has been based on cost in the past. Newer ideas are based on efficiency and the convergence of the network protocols and services. Voice is fairly inefficient! Actual voice traffic is carried only about 25 percent of the time we are on a connection. The rest of the time, we are sending silence (no information). If we can integrate the two networks and carry interleaved traffic (voice or data), then we can efficiently fill the network with traffic all the time, instead of just sending idle conditions. Thus, a new concept was born that could be accomplished through compression and interleaving the data. Therefore, on a digital circuit, data is data and voice is too! The voice is just a data stream of ones and zeros. The Frame Relay Forum has been busy defining the standards for three service offerings, one of which is the Voice Over Frame Relay (VoFR) specification. In conjunction with VoFR offerings, the forum was busy developing other protocols and specifications to support some of the unique challenges with real time data on a network. This includes the use of PVC fragmentation protocols and multilink Frame Relay services. The fragmentation protocols are necessary to support the different types of delay experienced on the network for time-sensitive traffic (that is, voice). Interleaving the voice communications (using small frames) onto a high-speed data link with larger frames is one way to handle this need. This sharing of the same physical link allows both real-time and non-delay sensitive traffic to coexist yet receive separate treatment as it moves across the network. The fragmentation of the traffic allows variability, depending on the speed of the link, the congestion, local timing needs, and the type of service being used. This makes the implementation of fragmentation available at various interface points. In Figure 10-14 , the use of a fragmentation procedure is shown in three different places: at the UNI, at the NNI, and on an end-to-end basis. These three ways allow enough flexibility to accommodate the different types of service being delivered across the Frame relay network.
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A WDM scenario similar to the one employed in 10GBASE-LX4 systems, where four 2.5 Gbps transmission channels are multiplexed into a single transmission fiber, carrying a total of 10 Gbps of subscriber data and delivering four data streams to each ONU. This scenario allows for each ONU to use lower speed and lower cost electronic circuitry, although it also requires four times the number of receivers and requires data stream recovery processing. Such a solution is, therefore, most attractive when deploying 10 Gbps EPON systems over older outside plant (OSP), where dispersion is significant and serial 10 Gbps operation is difficult. In another possible upgrade scenario, related to the one above, each ONU may contain a single transceiver module tuned to receive one of the four downstream wavelengths, thus providing 2.5 times the downstream capacity of today s EPON.
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