13 December 1996 Bearer channel control protocol for the dynamic VB5.2 interface in ATM access networks
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Proceedings Volume 2953, Broadband Strategies and Technologies for Wide Area and Local Access Networks; (1996); doi: 10.1117/12.261249
Event: Advanced Imaging and Network Technologies, 1996, Berlin, Germany
Abstract
In the multi-vendor systems, a customer connected to an Access network (AN) must be capable of selecting a specific Service Node (SN) according to the services the SN provides. The multiplicity of technologically varying AN calls for the definition of a standard reference point between the AN and the SN widely known as the VB interface. Two versions are currently offered. The VB5.1 is simpler to implement but is not as flexible as the VB5.2, which supports switched connections. The VB5.2 functionality is closely coupled to the Broadband Bearer Channel Connection Protocol (B-BCCP). The B-BCCP is used for conveying the necessary information for dynamic resource allocation, traffic policing and routing in the AN as well as for information exchange concerning the status of the AN before a new call is established by the SN. By relying on such a protocol for the exchange of information instead of intercepting and interpreting signalling messages in the AN, the architecture of the AN is simplified because the functionality related to processing is not duplicated. In this paper a prominent B- BCCP candidate is defined, called the Service node Access network Interaction Protocol.
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Stratos K. Fragoulopoulos, K. I. Mavrommatis, Iakovos S. Venieris, "Bearer channel control protocol for the dynamic VB5.2 interface in ATM access networks", Proc. SPIE 2953, Broadband Strategies and Technologies for Wide Area and Local Access Networks, (13 December 1996); doi: 10.1117/12.261249; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.261249
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