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  • 1. Chapter 18 Frame Relay
  • 2. Figure 18-1 Frame Relay versus Pure Mesh T-Line Network
  • 3. Figure 18-2 Fixed-Rate versus Bursty Data
  • 4. Figure 18-3 X.25 Traffic
  • 5. Figure 18-4 Frame Relay Traffic
  • 6. Figure 18-5 Frame Relay Network
  • 7. Figure 18-6 DLCIs
  • 8. Figure 18-7 PVC DLCIs
  • 9. Figure 18-8 SVC Setup and Release
  • 10. Figure 18-9 SVC DLCIs
  • 11. Figure 18-10 DLCIs Inside a Network
  • 12. Figure 18-11 Frame Relay Switch
  • 13. Figure 18-12 Frame Relay Layers
  • 14. Figure 18-13 Comparing Layers in Frame Relay and X.25
  • 15. Figure 18-14 Frame Relay Frame
  • 16. Figure 18-15 BECN
  • 17. Figure 18-16 FECN
  • 18. Figure 18-17 Four Cases of Congestion
  • 19. Figure 18-18 Leaky Bucket
  • 20. Figure 18-19 A Switch Controlling the Output Rate
  • 21. Figure 18-20 Flowchart for Leaky Bucket Algorithm
  • 22. Figure 18-21 Example of Leaky Bucket Algorithm
  • 23. Figure 18-22 Relationship between Traffic Control Attributes
  • 24. Figure 18-23 User Rate in Relation to B c and B c + B e
  • 25. Figure 18-24 Three Address Formats
  • 26. Figure 18-25 FRAD