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Chapter 19 ATM
Figure 19-1 Multiplexing Using Different Packet Sizes
Figure 19-2 Multiplexing Using Cells
Figure 19-3 ATM Multiplexing
Figure 19-4 Architecture of an ATM Network
Figure 19-5 TP, VPs, and VCs
Figure 19-6 Example of VPs and VCs
Figure 19-7 Connection Identifiers
Figure 19-8 Virtual Connection Identifiers  in UNIs and NNIs
Figure 19-9 An ATM Cell
Figure 19-10 SVC Setup
Figure 19-11 Routing with a VP Switch
Figure 19-12 A Conceptual View of a VP Switch
Figure 19-13 Routing with a VPC Switch
Figure 19-14 A Conceptual View of a VPC Switch
Figure 19-15 Crossbar Switch
Figure 19-16 Knockout Switch
Figure 19-17 A Banyan Switch
Figure 19-18-Part I Example of Routing in a Banyan Switch (a)
Figure 19-18-Part II Example of Routing in a Banyan Switch (b)
Figure 19-19 Batcher-Banyan Switch
Figure 19-20 ATM Layers
Figure 19-21 ATM Layers in End-Point Devices and Switches
Figure 19-22 AAL Types
Figure 19-23 AAL1
Figure 19-24 AAL2
Figure 19-25 AAL3/4
Figure 19-26 AAL5
Figure 19-27 ATM Layer
Figure 19-28 ATM Header
Figure 19-29 PT Fields
Figure 19-30 Service Classes
Figure 19-31 Service Classes and Capacity of Network
Figure 19-32 QoS
Figure 19-33 ATM WAN
Figure 19-34 Ethernet  Switch and ATM Switch
Figure 19-35 LANE Approach
Figure 19-36 LEC, LES, and BUS
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  1. 1. Chapter 19 ATM
  2. 2. Figure 19-1 Multiplexing Using Different Packet Sizes
  3. 3. Figure 19-2 Multiplexing Using Cells
  4. 4. Figure 19-3 ATM Multiplexing
  5. 5. Figure 19-4 Architecture of an ATM Network
  6. 6. Figure 19-5 TP, VPs, and VCs
  7. 7. Figure 19-6 Example of VPs and VCs
  8. 8. Figure 19-7 Connection Identifiers
  9. 9. Figure 19-8 Virtual Connection Identifiers in UNIs and NNIs
  10. 10. Figure 19-9 An ATM Cell
  11. 11. Figure 19-10 SVC Setup
  12. 12. Figure 19-11 Routing with a VP Switch
  13. 13. Figure 19-12 A Conceptual View of a VP Switch
  14. 14. Figure 19-13 Routing with a VPC Switch
  15. 15. Figure 19-14 A Conceptual View of a VPC Switch
  16. 16. Figure 19-15 Crossbar Switch
  17. 17. Figure 19-16 Knockout Switch
  18. 18. Figure 19-17 A Banyan Switch
  19. 19. Figure 19-18-Part I Example of Routing in a Banyan Switch (a)
  20. 20. Figure 19-18-Part II Example of Routing in a Banyan Switch (b)
  21. 21. Figure 19-19 Batcher-Banyan Switch
  22. 22. Figure 19-20 ATM Layers
  23. 23. Figure 19-21 ATM Layers in End-Point Devices and Switches
  24. 24. Figure 19-22 AAL Types
  25. 25. Figure 19-23 AAL1
  26. 26. Figure 19-24 AAL2
  27. 27. Figure 19-25 AAL3/4
  28. 28. Figure 19-26 AAL5
  29. 29. Figure 19-27 ATM Layer
  30. 30. Figure 19-28 ATM Header
  31. 31. Figure 19-29 PT Fields
  32. 32. Figure 19-30 Service Classes
  33. 33. Figure 19-31 Service Classes and Capacity of Network
  34. 34. Figure 19-32 QoS
  35. 35. Figure 19-33 ATM WAN
  36. 36. Figure 19-34 Ethernet Switch and ATM Switch
  37. 37. Figure 19-35 LANE Approach
  38. 38. Figure 19-36 LEC, LES, and BUS
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