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  • 1. Network Layer Design Issues
  • 2.
    • Implementation of Connectionless Service
    • Implementation of Connection-Oriented Service
    • Comparison of Virtual-Circuit and Datagram Subnets
  • 3. Main objective
    • Data delivery from source to destination
  • 4. Connectionless services
  • 5. Connectionless-Oriented services
    • Logical connection is established
  • 6. Implementation of Connectionless Service Routing within a d at agram subnet. (destined for, outgoing line)
  • 7.
    • Datagram:
    • With a datagram, the router from source to destination are not worked out in advance .
    • Each packet sent is routed independently.
    • Successive packets can follow different routes.
    • The datagram subnet have to do more work but they are more robust and deal with failures and congestion.
  • 8. Implementation of Connection-Oriented Service Routing within a VC subnet (incoming, connection id) (outgoing, connection id)
  • 9. Virtual Circuits:
    • The principal behind the virtual circuits is to choose only one route from source to destination.
    • When a connection is established, it is used for all the traffic flowing over the connection.
    • When the connection is released , the virtual circuits is terminated.
  • 10. Comparison of Datagram Subnets and Virtual-Circuit Route chosen when VC is setup; all packet follow this route Each packet is routed independently Routing A table is needed to hold the state information Subnet does not hold state information State information Each packet contains a short VC number Each packet contains the source as well as destination address Addressing Required Not required Circuit set up Virtual-Circuit Subnet Datagram Subnets Issue
  • 11. Comparison of Datagram Subnets and Virtual-Circuit All VCs which passed through failed router are terminated. No other effect except for the packets lost at the time of crash Effect of router failure Difficult Easy if enough resources can be allocated in advance for each VC. Quality of service Difficult Easy if enough resources can be allocated in advance for each VC. Congestion control Virtual-Circuit Subnet Datagram Subnets Issue