Category: Network and Modem
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 1635 KiB
Operating System: Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows 95
Latest Version / Release Date: 8.02.00 / 08 Jul 2002
The DLINK VVB RFC1483 encapsulated ATM port device is used in conjunction with the D-Link DSL 302G ADSL modem device. The DLINK VVB RFC1483 encapsulated ATM port device makes use of the RFC1438 method. This method defines 2 different ways to carry network interconnect traffic that is connectionless across an ATM network. Once is via bridged PDUs (protocol data units) and the other one is via routed PDUs. The bridging method carries out multiplexing of higher layer protocol implicitly through the virtual circuits of ATM. On the other hand, routing enables multiple protocols multiplexing across one virtual circuit of ATM. The carried protocol data unit’s protocol will be then be identified via prefixing the protocol data unit with a header of IEEE 802.2 LLC (Logical Link Layer). RFC1483 bridging like other bridging methods has its own advantages and disadvantages.
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Bridging is fairly simple to comprehend as well as implement since that are no complicated issues like authentication or routing requirements. It also employs minimal CPE configuration which is great for service providers. This is because they would no longer need a huge amount of truck rolls and personnel investments to support protocol that are of the higher level. The CPE in the bridge mode poses as a simple device. Minimal workarounds are carried out at the CPE since everything coming in from the Ethernet will directly pass to the Wide Area Network (WAN) side. The Bridging architecture is likewise easy to install. When the end to end PVCs or permanent virtual circuits have been set up, activities like Internet Protocol at the protocols in the upper layer become transparent. It is also capable of providing multiprotocol support to end users. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and DLINK VVB RFC1483 encapsulated ATM port errors before installing any driver updates.