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THE SIA COLLEGE OF HIGHER         EDUCATION     P-88, MIDC Residential zone , Sagarli , Dombivli Gymkhana Road, Dombivli (...
2NO                 CONTENTS                PAGE1    SWITCHED COMMUNICATION NETWORKS        42    CIRCUIT SWITCHING NETWOR...
3CIRCUIT SWITCHING
4       CIRCUIT SWITCHING & PACKET              SWITCHINGWhat is switched communication Network.Switched communication Net...
5Now for wide area networking two different technologies are used.  Circuit Switching  Packet Switching.Circuit Switching ...
6Use of circuit- Switching Networks.   Circuit Switching was used to developed to handle voice traffic, but is   now also ...
7Public Branch Exchange (PBX)   The well-known application of circuit switching is the private Branch   Exchange (PNX) whi...
8     Circuit Establishment        Subscribers connect directly to an end office, which switches traffic        between su...
9Circuit –Switching Concept.   A technology of circuit switching is between operations of a single   circuit- switching no...
10Task of Control UnitThe control performs three general tasks.First :It establishes connection; this is generally done a ...
11Space Division Switching1. Space Division Switching was originally developed for the analog or   digital realm2. Space D...
12Three- Stage Space Division Switch.      The cross points are inefficiently utilized; even when all the attacheddevices ...
13 TIME DIVISION SWITCHING       With the advent of digitalize voice and synchronous time division multiplexing techniques...
14               PACKET SWITCHING   Packet Switching Principles i.    Circuit switching telecommunications networks was to...
15           c. The control information at a minimum includes the minimum,              includes the information that the ...
16Switching TechniqueIf a station has a message to send through a packet switching network thatis of length greater than t...
17Figure 1 Packet Switching: Datagram approach
18Virtual Circuit.1. In the virtual circuit approach, a preplanned route is established before   any packets are sent.2. O...
19     Main characteristic of the virtual circuit technique is that the routebetween stations is set up prior to data tran...
20Packet SizeThere is a significant relationship between packet sized and transmissiontime.1. There is a virtual circuit f...
215. In this case, node a can begin transmitting the first packet as soon as it   has arrived from X, without waiting for ...
22Comparison of Circuit Switching and Packet SwitchingHaving looked at the internal operation of packet switching, we can ...
23In circuit switching, there is a certain amount of delay before the messagecan be sent.       First ,a call Request sign...
24      Comparision of Communication Switching NetworkCircuit Switching                    Datagram Packet              Vi...
25      X.25       One technical aspect of packet-switching networks remains to be examined:The interface between attached...
26      The use of virtual circuits       The physical level deals with the physical interface between an attachedstation ...
27     Frame Relay      Frame relay is designed to provide a more efficient transmission schemethan X.25.the standards for...
28      Frame relay protocol Architecture      Figure 6 : Frame Relay User-network Interface protocol Architecture      Th...
29Recommended ReadingData and Computer CommunicationsEighth edition                                   -By Willian Stallings
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  1. 1. THE SIA COLLEGE OF HIGHER EDUCATION P-88, MIDC Residential zone , Sagarli , Dombivli Gymkhana Road, Dombivli (East)CIRCUIT SWITCHING AND PACKET SWITCHINGWIRED AREA NETWORKSNEHAL DALVI 2013
  2. 2. 2NO CONTENTS PAGE1 SWITCHED COMMUNICATION NETWORKS 42 CIRCUIT SWITCHING NETWORK 53 USE OF CIRCUIT-SWITCHING NETWORK 64 PUBLIC BRANCH EXCHANGE (PBX) 75 CIRCUIT ESTABLISHMENT 86 CIRCUIT-SWITCHING CONTENT 107 SPACE DIVISION SWITCHING 128 TIME DIVISION SWITCHING 139 PACKET SWITCHING 1410 PACKET SWITCHING PRINCIPLE 1511 SWITCHING TECHNIQUE 1912 PACKET SIZE 2113 COMPARISON OF CIRCUIT SWITCHING AND 24 PACKET SWITCHING14 X.25 2515 Frame Relay 2816 Recommended reading 29
  3. 3. 3CIRCUIT SWITCHING
  4. 4. 4 CIRCUIT SWITCHING & PACKET SWITCHINGWhat is switched communication Network.Switched communication Network.Introduction: Communication is typically achieved by transmitting data from sourceto destination through a network of intermediate switching nodes. Aswitched network design is typically used to implement LAN’s as well.Switching nodes are not concerned with the content of the data; rathertheir purpose is to provide a switching facility that wills more the data fromnode to node until they reach their destination. The device attached to thenetwork may be referred as stations. Stations may be computers,terminals, telephones or other communication devices. In a switchedcommunication network, data entering the network from a station arerouted to the destination by being switched from node to node. Nodes areconnected to one another is some topology by transmission Link.
  5. 5. 5Now for wide area networking two different technologies are used. Circuit Switching Packet Switching.Circuit Switching network Communication Via Circuit switching implies that there is a dedicated communication path between two stations. Path is a connected sequence of links between network nodes. On each physical link a logical channel is dedicated to the connection.How to send data from one station to another station? Before sending data from end to end a circuit must be established. Station A sends a request to node 3 requesting a connection to station C connection from node B to A is dedicated connection so part of the connection is already exists. Now node 3 must find the next route leading to C, Based on Routing information and based on measures of availability and perhaps cost node 3 select the link to node 5 and then node 5 allocated the channel to node 6 then the node 6 completes the link with station C.Data Transfer The transmission may be analog or digital, depending on the nature of the network As the carriers en to fully integrated digital networks the use ;of digital transmission for both (Dalvi, 2013) voice and data is becoming the dominant method.
  6. 6. 6Use of circuit- Switching Networks. Circuit Switching was used to developed to handle voice traffic, but is now also used for data traffic. Best Example of circuit switching is the public Telephone network. This is a collection of national networks interconnected to form ;the international services The substantial data traffic is handle Via modem and the analog telephone signal is converted into digital
  7. 7. 7Public Branch Exchange (PBX) The well-known application of circuit switching is the private Branch Exchange (PNX) which is used to interconnect the telephone with in a building or office. Circuit switching is also used in private networks such a network is set up by a corporation or the organization or large organization to interconnect its various sites. Such system is interconnected by suing at each site interconnected by dedicated leased line obtain from one carriers such as JAT &TFour generic Architectural componentSubscribers :- The devices that attach to the network. It is still the case that mast subscriber devices to public telephone networks are telephones.Subscriber lines The link between the subscriber and the network, it is also known as subscriber loop or local loop. Almost all local loop connections use twisted- pair wire. Exchanges:- The switching centers in the network. A switching center that directly supports subscribers is known as an end office. Intermediate switching nodes are used.Exchanges The switching centers in the network , a switching center that directly supports subscriber is known as an end office. Intermediate switching nodes are used.Trunks.Trunks the branches between exchanges. Trunks carry multiple voicefrequency circuit using either FDM or synchronous TDM
  8. 8. 8 Circuit Establishment Subscribers connect directly to an end office, which switches traffic between subscribers and between subscribers and other exchanges. To connect two subscribers attached to the same and office, a circuit is set up between them To connect two subscribers from different end offices, a circuit between them is consist of a chain of circuit through one or more intermediate office. The connection between A and B by setting up the connection through the end office. The connection between B1&B2 is more complex, the connection isestablished between line B1 and one channel on TDM trunk to intermediateswitch
  9. 9. 9Circuit –Switching Concept. A technology of circuit switching is between operations of a single circuit- switching node. A network built around a single circuit-switching node consists of a collection of stations attached to a central switching unit. The central switch establishes a dedicated path betwee3n any two devices that wish to communicate. The function of the digital switch is to provide a transparent signal path between any pair of attached devices. The path is transparent in that it appears to the attached pair of devices that there is a direct connection between them. Typically the connection must allow full - duplex transmission.
  10. 10. 10Task of Control UnitThe control performs three general tasks.First :It establishes connection; this is generally done a demand, that is, at therequest of an attached device.To establish the connection, the control unit must handle and acknowledgethe request, determine if the intended destination is free, and construct apath through the switch.Second :The control unit must maintain the connection.Third : The control unit must tear down the connection, either in response to arequest from one of the parties or for its own reasons.Characteristic of a circuit switching device Blocking or Non-Blocking Blocking – It is occur when the network is unable to connect two stations because all possible paths between them are already in use. Non –Blocking network permits all stations to be connected at once and grants all possible connection requests as long as the called party is free.
  11. 11. 11Space Division Switching1. Space Division Switching was originally developed for the analog or digital realm2. Space Division switch is one in which the signal paths are physically separated from one another ( divided in space )3. Each connection requires the establishment of a physical path through the switch that is dedicated solely to the transfer of signals between the two endpoints.4. The basic building block of the switch is a metallic cross point or semi conductor gate that can be enabled and disabled by a control unit The number of cross points grows with the square of the number of attached station. This is costly for a large switch. The loss of a cross point prevents connection between the two devices whose lines intersect at that cross point.
  12. 12. 12Three- Stage Space Division Switch. The cross points are inefficiently utilized; even when all the attacheddevices are active, only a small fraction of the cross points are engaged.To overcome these limitations multiple-stage switches are employed.This type of arrangement has two advantages over a single-stage crossbarmatrix. The number of cross point is reduced, increasing crossbar utilization for 10 stations cross-point is reduced from 100 to 48. There is more than one path through the network to connect two endpoints increasing reliability. A multistate network requires a more complex control scheme. Toestablish a path in single-stage network, it is only necessary to enable asingle gate. A single state cross-bar matrix is non-blocking, that is, a path is always available to connect an input to an output. In Multistage is blocking one, even though output is available and the second stage path is blocked the connection cannot be done. We can able to make it non-blocking by increasing the number or sizeof the intermediate switches, but of course this increase the cost.
  13. 13. 13 TIME DIVISION SWITCHING With the advent of digitalize voice and synchronous time division multiplexing techniques both voice and data can be transmitted Via digital signals. Instead of relatively dump space division systems, modern digital systems rely on intelligent control of space and time division elements. Soft Switch Architecture.i. The latest trend in the development of circuit switching technology is generally referred to as the soft switch. A soft switch is a general purpose computer running specialized software that turns into smart phone switch A soft switch can convert a stream of digitized voice bits into packets. This can opens up a number of options for transmission, including the increasing popular voice over IP (Internet protocol) approach. In any telephone network switch, the most complex element is the software that controls call processing. The software performs call routing and implements call-processing logic for hundreds of custom calling features. Typically this software runs on a proprietary processor that is integrated with public switching Hardware. A more flexible approach is to physically separate the call processing function from the hardware switching function. In soft switch terminology, the physical switching function is performed by a media gateway (N/G) and call processing logic resides in a media gate way controller (MGC).
  14. 14. 14 PACKET SWITCHING Packet Switching Principles i. Circuit switching telecommunications networks was to handle voice traffic.ii. The key characteristic of circuit switching is network is that resources within the network are dedicated to a particular calliii. Circuit switching network began to be used increasingly for data connections.iv. In a circuit-Switching network the connection provides for transmission at a constant data rate. Thus each of the two devices that are connected must transmit and receive at the same data rate as the other. This limits the utility of the networks in interconnecting a variety of host computers and work stations. v. Packet switching address these problems a. Data are transmitted in short packets. A typical upper bound on packet length is 1000 octets. If the source has a longer message to send, the message is broken into a series of packets. b. Each packet contains a portion of the user’s data plus some control information.
  15. 15. 15 c. The control information at a minimum includes the minimum, includes the information that the network requires to be able to route the packet through the network and deliver it to the intended destination. At each node packet is received and stored it to the next node. Let usconsider simple switching network. Consider a packet to be sent from A station tostation C.1) The packet includes control information that the intended destination is B.2) The packet is sent from A to node 3 Node 3 stores the packet and determine the next route and queues the packet to go to that link B-4 link3) When the link is available the packets sends the data from (4 to 5) and finally node 5 to destination B4) The packets are queued up and transmitted as rapidly as possible over the link.5) Packets switching network can perform data-rate conversion. Two different data rates can exchange packets because each connects to its node at its proper data rate. When traffic becomes heavy on a circuit – switching network, some calls areblocked, i.e. the network refuses to accept additional connection request until theload on the network decrease. In jacket switching network, packets are stillaccepted, but delivery delay increases. Priority can be uses if a node has a numberof packets queued for transmission it can transmit the higher priority packet first.These packets will therefore experiences less delay than lower priority packets.
  16. 16. 16Switching TechniqueIf a station has a message to send through a packet switching network thatis of length greater than the maximum packet size, it breaks the messageup into packet.These packets are sending one by one into packets. There are two networksare used in contemporary networks they are1. Datagram 2. Virtual circuit.Datagram.1. In the Datagram approach each packets is treated independently, with no reference to packets that have gone before.2. This approach shows a time sequence of snapshots of the progress of three packets through the network.3. Each node choose the next node and pockets path taking into account information received from neighboring nodes on traffic, line failure and soon.4. So the packet with same destination address do not all follow the same route, and they may drive out of sequence at the exits point5. In this example, the exits node restores the packet to their original order before delivering them to the destination.6. In some datagram network it is up to the destination rather than the exit node to do the recording.7. It is possible for a packet to be destroyed in the network for e.g. if a packet- switching node crashes momentarily all its queued packets may be lost.8. It is up to either the exit node or the destination to detect the loss of a packet and decide now to recover it.9. In datagram technique, each packet, treated independently.
  17. 17. 17Figure 1 Packet Switching: Datagram approach
  18. 18. 18Virtual Circuit.1. In the virtual circuit approach, a preplanned route is established before any packets are sent.2. Once the route is established all the packets between a pair of communicating parties follow the same route through the network.3. The route is fixed for the duration of the logical connection it is somewhat similar to a circuit in a circuit switching network and it is referred to a virtual circuit.4. Each node on the pre established route knows where to direct such packets no routing decisions are required.5. Each station can have more than one virtual circuit to any other station and can have virtual circuits to more than one station.
  19. 19. 19 Main characteristic of the virtual circuit technique is that the routebetween stations is set up prior to data transfer. (Note:- It does not mean that this is a dedicated path, as in circuit Switching) I. A transmitted packet is buffered at circuits may share the use of the line. II. The difference from the datagram approach is that with virtual circuits, the node need not make a routing decision for each packet. It is made only once for all packets using that virtual circuit.III. If two stations wish to exchange data over on extended period of time there are certain advantages to virtual circuits. a. First the network may provide services related to the virtual circuit including sequencing and error control. b. Sequencing means all packets follow she same route, they arrive in the original order. c. Node 6 can request a retransmission of that packet from node 4 d. Another advantage is that packets should transmit the network more rapidly with a virtual circuit, it is not necessary to make a routing decision for each packet at each node.Advantages of Datagram Approach. i. The call setup phase is avoided If a station wishes to send only one or a few packets datagram delivery will be quicker. ii. It is more primitive more flexible.
  20. 20. 20Packet SizeThere is a significant relationship between packet sized and transmissiontime.1. There is a virtual circuit from station X through nodes A and and B to station Y2. If the entire message is sent as single packet of 43 octets ( 3 octets of data )then the packet is first transmitted from station X to node a.3. When the entire packet is received at node B, it is then transferred to station Y. Ignoring switching time, total transmission time is 129 octet- time ( 43 octets × 3 packet transmissions) Figure 2 Effect of packet size on transmission line4. Break the message up into two packets, each containing 20 octets of the message and, of course, 3 octets each of header, or control information.
  21. 21. 215. In this case, node a can begin transmitting the first packet as soon as it has arrived from X, without waiting for second packet. Because of this overlap in transmission, the total transmission time drops to 92 octet- times.6. By breaking the message up into five packets, each intermediate node can begin transmission even sooner and the savings in time is greater with a total of 77 octet-times for transmission.7. This process of using more and smaller packet eventually result in increased ,rather than reduced delay ,because each packet contains a fixed amount of header ,and more packets mean more of these headers.8. The delay are also greater when more packets are handled for a single message .
  22. 22. 22Comparison of Circuit Switching and Packet SwitchingHaving looked at the internal operation of packet switching, we can return to acomparison of this technique with circuit switching.Important issue of performancePerformanceThe transmission of the message across four nodes, from a source stationattached to node 1 to the destination attached to the node 4.we are concernedwith three types of delay Propagation delay: The time it takes a signal to propagate from one node to the next .This time is generally negligible, the speed of electromagnetic signals through a wire medium, for example 2×10^8 m/s. Transmission time: The time it takes for transmitter to send out a block of data .For example, it takes 1s to transmit a 10,000-bit block of data onto a 10-kbps line. Node delay: The time it takes for a node to perform the necessary processing as it switches data. Figure 3 Event timing for circuit switching and packet switching
  23. 23. 23In circuit switching, there is a certain amount of delay before the messagecan be sent. First ,a call Request signal is sent through the network, to set up a connection to the destination. If the destination station is not busy, a Call Accepted signal returns. A processing delay is incurred at each node during the call request; this time is spent on each node setting up the route of the connection. On the return, this processing is not needed because the connection is sent as a single block ,with no notice-able delay at the switching nodes. Virtual circuit packet switching A virtual circuit is requested using a call request packet, which incurs a delay at each node. A virtual circuit is accepted with a Call Accept packet. In contrast to the circuit-switching case, the call acceptance also experiences node delay, even through the virtual circuit route is now established. This is because the packet is queued at each node and must wait its turn for transmission. Once the circuit is established the message is transmitted in packets. Packet switching involves some delay at each node in path.worse, this delay is variable and will increase with increased load.Data packet switching A data packet switching does not require a call setup, for short message it will be faster than virtual circuit packet switching and perhaps circuit switching. Each individual datagram is routed independently, the processing for each datagram at each node may be longer than the virtual circuit packets Virtual circuit switching technique is superior for long messages. Figure 3 is intended only to suggest what the relative techniques Actual performance depends on a host of factors; including the size of network ,its topology, the pattern of load, and the characteristics of typical exchanges
  24. 24. 24 Comparision of Communication Switching NetworkCircuit Switching Datagram Packet Virtual circuit Packet Switching switchingDedicate transmission No dedicate path No dedicate pathpathContinuous transmission Transmission of packets Transmission of packetsof dataFast enough for Fast enough for Fast enough forinteractive interactive interactiveMessage are not stored Packets may be stored Packets stored until until delivered deliveredThe path is established Route established for Route established forfor entire conversation each packet entire conversationCall setup delay; Packet transmission delay Call setup delay; Packetnegligible transmission transmission delaydelayBusy signal if called party Sender may be notified if Sender notified ofbusy packet not delivered connection denialOverload may block call Overload increases Overload may block callsetup; no delay for packet delay setup; increases packetestablished calls delayElectromechanical or Small switching nodes Small switching nodescomputerized switchingnodesUser responsible for Network may be Network may bemessage loss protection responsible for individual responsible for packet packets sequencesUsually no speed or code Speed and code Speed and codeconversion conversion conversionFixed bandwidth Dynamic use of Dynamic use of bandwidth bandwidthNo overhead bits after Overhead bits in each Overhead bits in eachcall setup packet packet Figure 4 Comparison of Communication switching technique
  25. 25. 25 X.25 One technical aspect of packet-switching networks remains to be examined:The interface between attached devices and the network. We have seen that acircuit switching network provides a transparent communication path forattached device that makes it appear that the two communication station havedirect link. In packet switching network, the attached station must organize their datainto packets for transmission. This requires a certain level of cooperation betweenthe network and the attached stations. The standard used for traditional packet –switching network is X.25. X.25 is an ITU-T standard that specifies an interface between a host systemand a packet –switching network. The functionality of X.25 is specified on threelevels: Physical level Link level Packet level
  26. 26. 26 The use of virtual circuits The physical level deals with the physical interface between an attachedstation (computer, terminal) and the link that attaches that station to the packet-switching node. It makes the use of the physical-level specification in a standardknown as X.21 The link level provides for the reliable transfer of data across the physicallink, by transmitting the data as a sequence of frames. The link level standard isreferred to as LAPB (Link Access Protocol-Balanced). The packet level provides a virtual circuit service; this service enables anysubscriber to the network to set up logical connections, called virtual circuit toother subscribers. The term virtual circuit refers to the logical connection between twostations through the network. Earlier the term virtual circuit to refer to a specialpreplanned route through the network between two stations; this could be calledan internal virtual circuit. There is one-one relationship between external andinternal virtual circuit, there is a logical relationship, or logical channel,established between two stations and all of the data associated with the logicalchannel are considered as single stream of data between the two stations. Figure 5 User Data and X.25 Protocol Control Information The relationship among the level of X.25 includes send and receivessequence numbers. The send sequence number is used to number sequentially alloutgoing data packets on a particular virtual circuit. The receive sequence numberis an acknowledgement of packets received on that virtual circuit
  27. 27. 27 Frame Relay Frame relay is designed to provide a more efficient transmission schemethan X.25.the standards for frame relay matured earlier than those for ATM,andcommercial products also arrived earlier .Accordingly, there is a large installedbase of frame relay products. Interest has since shifted to ATM for high-speeddata networking. Background The traditional approach to packet switching makes use of X.25, which not only determines the user-network interface but also influences the internal design of the network Call control packets, used for setting up and clearing virtual circuits, are carried on the same channels and same virtual circuit as data packets Multiplexing of virtual circuits take place at layer 3. Both layer 2 and layer 3 include flow control and error control mechanisms. The X.25 approach results in considerable overhead. At each hop through the network, the data link control protocol involves the exchange of a data frame and a acknowledgement frame. Furthermore, at each intermediate node, state tables must be maintained for each virtual circuit to deal with the call management and flow control/error control aspects of the X.25 protocol. All the overhead may be justified when there is a significant probability of error on any of the link on the internet Frame relay is designed to eliminate much of the overhead that X.25 imposes on end user system and on the packet-switching network. The key differences between frame relay and the conventional X.25 packet switching services are as follows Call control signaling, which is information needed to set up and manage a connection, is carried on a separate logical connection from user data. Thus intermediate nodes need not maintain state table or process messages relating to call control on an individual per-connection basis There is a hop-by-hop flow control and error control. End to end flow control and error control are the responsibility of a higher layer, if they are employed at all.
  28. 28. 28 Frame relay protocol Architecture Figure 6 : Frame Relay User-network Interface protocol Architecture The fig 6 depicts the protocol architecture to support the frame modebearer service.we need to consider two separate planes of operation: a control ©plane, which is involved in the establishment and termination of logicalconnections, and a user (u) plane, which is responsible for the transfer of userdata between subscribers. Thus, c-plane protocols are between a subscriber and anetwork, while U-plane protocols are between a subscriber and the network,while U-plane protocols provide end to end functionality. Control plane The control plane for frame mode bearer services is similarto that for common channel signaling for circuit-switching services, in that aseparate logical channel is used for control information. At the data link layer isusedto reliable data link control User plane For the actual transfer of information between end users, theuser-plane protocol is LAPF (Link Access Procedure for Frame Mode BearerServices), Only the core function are used for frame relay .
  29. 29. 29Recommended ReadingData and Computer CommunicationsEighth edition -By Willian Stallings

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