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  • WAN Technologies
  • Types of Switching Switching is a process of moving the data through a series of intermediate steps rather than moving from the start point directly to the end point. Switching Circuit Switching Message Switching Packet Switching
  • Circuit Switching Technique• Direct physical connection established between sender and receiver before data transmission• Allows a fixed rate of transmission• Major drawbacks are: – Unused transmission is wasted – Unused bandwidth cannot be used by any other transmission
  • Message Switching• No direct physical connection established between sender and receiver• Message routed through the intermediate nodes• This technology is also known as store and forward method
  • Packet Switching• Message to be transmitted broken into units called packets• Packet contains addressing information• Packets are carried on virtual circuits. Virtual circuits are temporary connections over which the sending and receiving stations communicate
  • Connectionless Services• Before transmitting the packets, actual connection not established between the sender and the receiver• Each packet considered as an independent unit• Each packet treated as a complete message• Packets follow different routes to reach destination
  • Connection-oriented Services• Before transmitting packets, communication link established• Packets follow same route to reach destination• For transmission, uses either Switched Virtual Circuit (SVC) or Permanent Virtual Circuit (PVC)
  • Public Switched Telephone Network• Telephone system that uses copper wires to carry analog voice data is called Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)• Telephone services carried by the PSTN are often called as Plain Old Telephone Service (POTS).• Services offered by POTS are follows: – Bi-directional – full duplex – Ringing signals and dial-tone – Operator services – Conference calling assistance Uses electromechanical switches and now a days it has been made digital
  • Structure of Telephone System – I• Digital transmission is more reliable than analog and less prone to noise and interference and also it is cheaper and easier to maintainTelephone system consists of following major components: – Local loops – Analog twisted pairs going into houses and businesses – Switching offices – Place where the calls moved from one trunk to another – Trunks – Switching offices connected using digital fiber optics called trunks
  • Structure of Telephone System – II• Typical circuit route for a medium-distance call:
  • Structure of Telephone System – III and Local Loops• Switching center is known as a toll office• Different tolls communicate with each other using the high bandwidth intertoll trunks Local loop is sometimes referred to as last mile Uses analog signaling
  • Multiplexing• Link is the physical path between sender and receiver whereas channel is the portion of a link that carries a transmission• Three types of multiplexing: – Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) – used for digital data – Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM) – – Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) – used for optical carrier signals
  • Mobile Telephone System• Passed through three stages: First Generation (Analog voice) – known as cellular mobile radio telephone used in US advanced mobile phone system (AMPS) was launched commerciallySecond Generation (Digital Voice) – Uses FDMA, TDMA and CDMA technologiesThird Generation (Digital Voice and Data) – intended for true multimedia cell phone called as smart phones Data Transfer Rate (DTR) is 3 Mbps
  • Point to Point WANs• Two remote devices connected using a line available from a public network• Public network can be a telephone network• Services basically provided at the physical layer• Users responsible for the data link layer protocols
  • Physical Layer• To accomplish point-to-point connection between two devices at the physical layer, use the following services: – Modem technology (56K Modem) – Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) – uses existing telecommunication networks to achieve high speed bandwidth – Cable modem – T-line (digital) – T1 – 1.544 Mbps T3 – 44.736 Mbps – E1 Lines (digital) – 2.048 Mbps – SONET – 51.84 Mbps (ANSI)
  • Data Link Layer• Concerned with data transfer• Protocol needed for reliable connection• A protocol is needed at this layer to have a reliable point- to-point connection. For reliability, uses Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)• For establishing, maintaining and terminating the link, uses Link Control Protocol (LCP)• For providing flexibility to PPP, uses Network Control Protocol (NCP)
  • X.25 Protocol• Connection-oriented packet-switching protocol at the network layer• Defines the way in which the connections between the user devices and the network devices are established and maintained.• Used in the packet-switched networks (PSNs) such as the telephone companies.
  • X.25 Devices - I• X.25 network devices are: – Data terminal equipment (DTE) – Data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE) – Packet-switching exchange (PSE)
  • X.25 Devices - II• X.25 Session establishment – a full duplex communication is established between two devices and can be terminated by either of the two devices• Packet Assembler/Disassembler (PAD) – main function is buffering and adds an X.25 header to the packet
  • X.25 Virtual Circuits - I• X.25 virtual circuits are: – Switched Virtual Circuits (SVCs) – Permanent Virtual Circuits (PVCs)
  • X.25 Virtual Circuits - II• Multiple virtual circuits also called as logical connectors• Source DTE devices specifies the virtual circuits to be used in the headers of the outgoing data packets
  • Show from CBT Frame Relay• High performance WAN protocol, faster than X.25• Operates at the physical and data link layer of the OSI reference model• Does not involve error correction and network flow control operations• Frame relay virtual circuits are: – Switched Virtual Circuits (SVCs) – Permanent Virtual Circuits (PVCs)
  • Frame Relay Devices• The devices attached to the Frame Relay WAN for transmission of data packets are, Data terminal equipment (DTE) and Data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE).
  • Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)• Cell-switching and multiplexing technology which combines the benefits of both circuit switching and packet switching• Transmits data, voice and video signals simultaneously over the same communication lines• Before transmission, this information is converted into fixed size cells• Cell consists of 53 octets or bytes• Header information is contained in the first 5 bytes and 48 bytes contain user information
  • ATM Devices• ATM network consists of two devices: – ATM Switch – ATM endpoint
  • ATM Network Interface• Uses two types of interfaces for interconnection• User Network Interface (UNI)• Network to Network Interface (NNI)• The UNI and NNI are classified on the basis of whether the switch is owned and located at the customer’s premises or are publicly owned and operated by the telephone company
  • ATM Services ATM ServicesPermanent Switched Virtual Virtual Connectionless Circuits Circuits Service (PVC) (SVC)
  • ATM Reference Model• Reference model comprises of the following: – ATM layers – ATM planes
  • Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN)• Involves digital telephony and data-transport services offered by the regional telephone carriers• Permits transmission of voice, data, text, graphics, music and video over existing telephone lines• Consists of following devices: – Terminals – Terminal Adapters – Network Termination Devices
  • ISDN Devices
  • ISDN Services• The information transmitted over the ISDN network travels through the three logical digital communication channels: – B-Channel - Carries user service information that includes digital data, video and voice. It is the basic user channel and operates at 64 kbps – D-Channel - Carries signals and data between the user and the network. – H-Channel - Performs the same functions as that of the B- Channels and operates at data rate of 64 Kbps. – ISDN BRI service – operates 192 kbps – ISDN PRI service – operates at 1.544 mbps
  • Broadband ISDN (BISDN)• Extension of ISDN• Used for technologies such as video conferencing and file transfer and operates at 600 Mbps• Provides two types of services as follows: – Interactive Services – Distributive Services
  • Fiber Distributed Data Interface• Based on ring topology and token passing• Two optical fibers used as follows: – Multimode optical fiber – Single-mode optical fiber• Two types of copper cables used as follows: – Category 5 Unshielded Twisted Pair copper wiring – IBM Type 1 Shielded Twisted Pair copper wiring
  • Satellite Communication• Two parts of satellite communication are: – Uplink – Transmitter consisting of a ground-based part – Transponder – The satellite-based part reflecting signals towards receivers• Advantages: – Satellites can cover large areas of earth –I t is commercially attractive – It is preferred instead of cables as maintenance of cables is expensive and difficult
  • Polling• Communication technique which determines when a terminal is ready to send data• Round robin sequence is used by the computer to continuously interrogate its connected terminals• Communication system comprises of the following: – A Master station – Number of slave stations each communicating with the master station – A two-way transmission line connecting the master station and the slave stations
  • ALOHA• A simple communications scheme in which each transmitter or source in a network sends data whenever there is a frame to send is called as ALOHA• Next frame sent only if the first frame reaches the destination successfully• If the frame fails to reach the receiver, it is sent again• Types of ALOHA: – Pure aloha – Slotted aloha