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5.The Transport Layer
5.1. Transport Services
5.1.1.Network Types
5.2. Transport Protocol
5.2.2.Classes of Protocol
5.2.3.Segmentation
5.2.4.Multiplexing
5.2.5.Splitting and Recombining
5.2.6.Addressing
5.2.7.Flow Control
5.2.8.Error Checking
5.3. Transport Layer Standards
5.4. Further Reading
6.The Session Layer
6.1.2.Functional Units
6.2.Session Protocol
6.2.1.Tokens
6.2.2.Activities and Dialogue Units
6.2.3.Synchronization
6.2.4.Error Reporting and Resynchronization
6.3.Session Layer Standards
6.4.Further Reading
7.The Presentation Layer
7.1.Presentation Services
7.1.2.Service Primitives
7.1.3.Functional Units
7.2.Abstract Syntax Notation One
7.2.1.Definitions in ASN.1
7.3.Presentation Protocol
7.4.Presentation Standards
7.5.Further Reading
8.The Application Layer
8.1.Application Services
8.1.1.Application Entity
8.2.Common Application Service Elements
8.2.1.Association Control
8.2.2.Reliable Transfer
8.2.3.Remote Operations
8.3.Specific Application Service Elements
8.3.1.Virtual Terminal
8.3.2.Message Handling Systems
8.3.3.File Transfer, Access, and Management
8.4.Other Standards
8.5.Further Reading
9.Local Area Networks
9.1.Basic Concepts
9.1.1.Topologies and Access Protocols
9.1.2.Architecture
9.1.3.Transmission
9.2.IEEE 802 Standards
9.2.1.Logical Link Control
9.2.3.Token Bus
9.2.4.Token Ring
9.3.ANSI FDDI Standard
9.3.1.Topology
9.3.2.Token Ring Protocol
9.4.Further Reading
10.Telephone Networks
10.1.Basic Concepts
10.1.1.A Simple Network
10.1.2.Networks Topologies
10.1.3.Switching Systems
10.2.Signaling
10.2.1.Subscriber Signaling
10.2.2.Interexchange Signaling
10.2.3.Common Channel Signaling
10.3.Signaling System Number 7
10.3.1.Signaling Data Link
10.3.2.Signaling Link Control
10.3.3.Signaling Network Functions
10.3.4.Signaling Connection Control Part
10.3.5.User Parts
10.3.6.Operations and Maintenance Applications Part
10.4.Private Telephone Networks
10.4.1.PBX Networks
10.4.2.Corporate Networks
10.4.3.Intelligent Networks
10.5.Further Reading
11.Integrated Services Digital Network
11.1.Basic Concepts
11.1.1.ISDN Channels
11.1.2.Functional Groupings and Reference Points
11.1.3.ISDN Services
11.2.Protocol Architecture
11.2.1.The Physical Layer
11.2.2.The Data Link Layer
11.2.3.The Network Layer
11.3.Frame Relay
11.3.1.V.120
11.3.2.Frame Relay
11.4.Internetworking
11.5.ISDN Standards
11.6.Further Reading
12.Broadband ISDN and ATM
12.1.Broadband ISDN
12.1.1.B-ISDN Services
12.1.2.B-ISDN User-Network Interface
12.1.3.B-ISDN Protocol Architecture
12.2.Asynchronous Transfer Mode
12.2.1.Channels and Paths
12.3.Physical Layer
12.3.1.SDH-Based Interface
12.3.2.Cell-Based Interface
12.3.3.Cell Delineation
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