X.25, the Open Systems Interface standard, enables data communications hardware from different manufacturers to work together. This book demystifies the X.25 standard and shows how it can be successfully applied.As an example, the throughputs of public domain file transfer protocols like Xmodem and Kermit may be acceptable over circuit-switched connections but deteriorate across packet-switched networks. One part of the problem is the packetanbsp;...
|Author||:||Sherman K. Schlar|
|Publisher||:||McGraw-Hill - 1990-05-01|