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  • An excellent introduction designed for the novice who wants to learn about 100VG-AnyLAN concepts and technology. The website includes a visual overview from a network perspective, references, links to other websites are included throughout the tutorial offering additional information and a technical presentation from an IEEE Standards point of view.
    (Added: 24-Sep-2000 )  Report Dead Link

  • An excellent educational resource, offering an impressive library of over 70 White Papers, covering ATM, Converged Networks, Ethernet, High Availability Networks, Information Systems, Internet/Intranet, IP, ISDN, Multicast, Network Interface Cards, Network Management and Control, Remote Access, Retail Networking, Routing, Security, SNA, Switching, Token Ring, V.98/56 Kbps Connectivity, Virtual Private Networks (VPN), Wireless and xDSL. Additional site areas include Lead Story Archive, NetAge: 3Com's Quarterly Magazine for, Data Networking Executives, White Papers, Tech Briefs and a Networking Glossary. Search by technology area or standards and protocols. Site also provides access to 3Com's Research Web Pages, including Research Topics, Demos, Presentations & Archives and Chief Technical Officer Profile. Links to Main 3Com site areas include Home, News/Events, Partners, Technology, Solutions, Products, Support, Inside 3Com, Personal Communications, Small Businesses, Enterprise, Service Provider, Partners, Search, Contact Us, Site Help, Software Downloads, Legal and Glossary.
    (Added: 18-Jan-1999 )  Report Dead Link

  • The 6bone is an IPv6 testbed to assist in the evolution and deployment of IPv6, the next generation Internet network layer IP protocol often referred to as Ipng. 6Bone currently links close to 400 networks in more than 40 countries. These pages provide overview and operational information about the 6bone, and tell you how to join the 6bone. The 6bone operates under the IPv6 Testing Address Allocation of Experimental RFC 2471, allocated by the ngtrans effort of the IETF.
    (Added: 26-Nov-1999 )  Report Dead Link

  • The 6ren is a voluntary coordination initiative of Research and Education Networks that provide production IPv6 transit service to facilitate high quality, high performance, and operationally robust IPv6 networks. The 6ren initiative is being coordinated by the Energy Sciences Network (ESnet), the network for the Energy Research program of the US Dept. of Energy, located at the University of California's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Participation is free and open to all Research and Education Networks that provide IPv6 service. Other for-profit and not-for-profit IPv6 networks are also encouraged to participate. The 6ren was introduced to the IETF IPng and NGtrans working groups in Orlando, Fl at the December 1998 meeting. Initial participants were ESnet, Internet2/vBNS, Canarie, Cairn and WIDE. Site areas include The Case For Ipv6, The 6ren Project, 6ren Participants, The 6tap Project, Www.6bone.Net, Www.6tap.Net, Www.Ipv6.Org, IETF Ipng Info, 6ren Mail List Info, Ipv6 Implementations and Production Subtla Allocations.
    (Added: 26-Nov-1999 )  Report Dead Link

  • 6TAP is a joint project between ESnet and CANARIE. 6TAP will provide interconnection services for early Ipv6 production networks. Site areas include 6TAP Router Information, 6TAP Peering Request Form, 6TAP Address Delegations and VP/VC assignments, 6TAP Looking Glass, 6TAP BGP Peering Status, 6TAP Router Statistics, IPv6 Exchanges Around the World, 6TAP Presentation - Oslo (July 1999) , 6TAP Presentation - NANOG 17 (October 1999), Registered IPv6 Address Space. Related links include ESnet IPv6 Home Page, 6BONE Home Page, 6BONE Registry and Playground.Sun.Com.
    (Added: 26-Nov-1999 )  Report Dead Link

  • IETF RFC 2386. QoS-based routing has been recognized as a missing piece in the evolution of QoS-based service offerings in the Internet. This document describes some of the QoS-based routing issues and requirements, and proposes a framework for QoS-based routing in the Internet. This framework is based on extending the current Internet routing model of intra and interdomain routing to support QoS.
    (Added: 26-Nov-1999 )  Report Dead Link

  • Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) web site for the audio/video transport charter group, formed to specify experimental protocols for real-time transmission of audio and video over UDP and IP multicast. Additional papers and requests for comment also included.
    (Added: 23-Jul-1998 )  Report Dead Link

  • Good educational resource. Frequently asked Questions on Big-LAN's and a mailing list for discussion of issues in designing and operating Campus-Size Local Area Networks, especially complex ones.
    (Added: 23-Jul-1998 )  Report Dead Link

  • Cisco whitepaper on their QoS solution. Today's networks are carrying more data in the form of bandwidth-intensive, real-time voice, video and data, which stretch network capability and resources. The goal of QoS is to provide better and more predictable network service by providing dedicated bandwidth, controlled jitter and latency, and improved loss characteristics. QoS achieves these goals by providing tools for managing network congestion, shaping network traffic, using expensive wide-area links more efficiently, and setting traffic policies across the network. Cisco IOS® software provides a toolbox full of quality of service (QoS) solutions to help you solve problems caused by increasing traffic demands on the network.
    (Added: 11-Nov-1999 )  Report Dead Link

  • This publication provides technical information on Cisco-supported internetworking technologies. It is designed for use in conjunction with other Cisco manuals or as a standalone reference. The internetworking Technology Overview is not intended to provide all possible information on the included technologies. Because a primary goal of this publication is to help network administrators configure Cisco products, the publication emphasizes Cisco-supported technologies; however, inclusion of a technology in this publication does not necessarily imply Cisco support for that technology. The document is organized into the following sections - About This Manual, Introduction to Internetworking, Routing Basics, Bridging Basics, Network Management Basics, Ethernet/IEEE 802.3, Token Ring/IEEE 802.5, Fiber Distributed Data Interface, High-Speed Serial Interface, Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN), Synchronous Data Link Protocol (SDLC) and Derivatives, X.25, Frame Relay, Switched Multimegabit Data Service (SMDS), Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Switching, AppleTalk, DECnet, Internet Protocols, NetWare Protocols, OSI Protocols, Banyan VINES, Xerox Network Systems, Routing Information Protocol (RIP), Interior Gateway Routing Protocol and Enhanced IGRP, Open Shortest Path First (OSPF), Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP), Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), OSI Routing, Transparent Bridging, Source-Route Bridging, Mixed-Media Bridging, Simple Network Management Protocol, IBM Network Management, and References and Recommended Reading.
    (Added: 18-Jan-1999 )  Report Dead Link

  • H.P. Labs discusses the application of ATM as a direct replacement for "wires" and local LAN segments connecting IP end-stations ("members"), and routers operating in the "classical" LAN-based paradigm.
    (Added: 23-Jul-1998 )  Report Dead Link

  • Data Connection is a British software company specializing in development of core systems technology. The site has a downloadable PDF format White Paper – Analysis of similarities and differences between two primary MPLS label distribution protocols RSVP and CR-LDP. A brief overview of Multi-Protocol Layer Switching is provided. DC-MPLS products provide solutions for MPLS device vendors. Data Connection Portable MPLS Products include DC-Label Manager, DC-CR-LDP and DC-RSVP. Each product is discussed in detail including features and functions
    (Added: 19-Oct-2000 )  Report Dead Link

  • An excellent educational resource providing information and additional references on Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). The site is maintained by Bucknell University. Introduction to DHCP, What is DHCP? DHCP Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs), Mailing lists discussing DHCP, DHC WG activities and IPv6. Implementations and reviews of DHCP, Documentation resources, Introduction to Using DHCP. DHCP Problems, Solutions, Implementation and Operation. This site also contains links to RFC 2131 and 2132, Internet Drafts, Trade articles, IETF (The Internet Energy Task Force) and IESG (The Internet Engineering Steering Group).
    (Added: 19-Sep-2000 )  Report Dead Link

  • Good Connections to Good education. This site provides extensive information about Ethernet (IEEE 802.3) LAN technology, including 10 Megabit per second (Mbps) system, the 100 Mbps Fast Ethernet system (802.3u), and the Gigabit Ethernet system (802.3z). Includes articles and columns, buyer's guides, FAQs, troubleshooting info, usenets and vendors.
    (Added: 23-Jul-1998 )  Report Dead Link

  • To service the exploding growth of frame relay connectivity, Alliance Datacom has developed the Frame Relay Resource Center. The Alliance Datacom FRRC is dedicated to providing corporate end-users with one convenient source of frame relay product and service information. An excellent educational resource, the site has an impressive array of tutorials and white papers to choose from. Frame relay resource areas include Newsgroups, Service Providers, Source Book (PDF), Trade Publications, Tutorials, Used WAN Equipment, WAN Buyer's Guide and White Papers. There are over 130 White Papers, on topics including ATM, Frame Relay, IP, routing, SNA, switching, QoS, VPNs and xDSLs, covering both basic and advanced concepts. The site describes each of the White Papers listed! The tutorial section of the site catalogs over 50 tutorials and glossaries, predominantly in the Frame Relay area, but also including ATM, xDSLs.
    (Added: 18-Jan-1999 )  Report Dead Link

  • This IBM site offers an extensive list of white papers with information on everything from mobile computing directions to token-ring migration. Available file formats are listed with the titles of the papers.access to a variety of White Papers. Titles include Networking Implications of S/390 Parallel Sysplex, Token-Ring Cost of Ownership, LAN Segmentation and the IBM 8239 Token-Ring Stackable Hub, Voice-Data Solutions, Migrating to High-Speed Token Ring, Overview of Fast Token-Ring (FasTR), IBM PNNI Control Point (Switched Network Services), Advantages of Multiprotocol Switched Services (MSS), Wake up to Wake-on-LAN, Desktop ATM versus Fast Ethernet, ISA or PCI? Which is better for your business?, ATM Positioning in the LAN Environment, Networked Video Technologies, IBM Networking Solutions for Netfinity, LAN Directions, Migration to Switched Ethernet LANs, Token-Ring Migration to Switched LAN Interconnect, and 3746 Multinetworking Solutions.
    (Added: 18-Jan-1999 )  Report Dead Link

  • IETF final draft of a framework categorizing and focusing discussion on the various proposals for IP over ATM. The intent is to help clarify differences between proposals and identify common features in order to promote convergence to a smaller and more mutually compatible set of standards.
    (Added: 23-Jul-1998 )  Report Dead Link

  • Good Resource and References. The IPATM Working Group serves as the Naval Postgraduate School's point of contact for using internetworking protocols over ATM networks. Site includes an overview presentation and links to general education sites with info and tutorials on TCP/IP, ATM, NHRP, and IP over ATM, as well as general telecom knowledge.
    (Added: 23-Jul-1998 )  Report Dead Link

  • Ipv6 Information Page with links to relevant papers, presentation, FAQs and resources.
    (Added: 26-Nov-1999 )  Report Dead Link

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