This cell header includes a flow control field, then the Virtual Channel Identifier and Virtual Path Identifier, making up the cell address.
What does CID stand for?
CID stands for Channel Identifier
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Part of Eicon Networks' Diva 2400 Series of ADSL Internet access products, the Diva 2440 features Connect and Surf(TM) technology to auto-detect ADSL networks' virtual path identifiers (VPI), virtual channel identifiers (VCI) and encapsulation types, and also has built-in PPPoE and PPPoA clients.
The product supports up to 1,024 virtual channel identifiers (VCIs) and features peak cell rate (PCR) traffic shaping values that are user selectable for each of the 1,024 channels.
Users also can perform Virtual Path Identifier/Virtual Channel Identifier (VPI/VCI) cell scan and cell capture for both direct and Physical Layer Convergence Protocol (PLCP) (DS3 only) mapped payloads.
Selectable header data includes Virtual Path Identifier (VPI), Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI) and cell loss priority (CLP) field manipulation Auto Detection of all active VPI/VCI combinations with extensive statistics on each pair, including ATM Adaption Layer (AAL) type detection, cell throughput, peak cell rate (PCR), and CLP cell count User Selectable Cell Stream Parameters including Peak Cell Rate (PCR), Cell Delay Variation (CDV), Sustained Cell Rate (SCR), and Maximum Burst Size (MBS).
Each NIC provides full duplex and up to 1,024 virtual channel identifiers.
Approved by the Frame Relay Forum in March 1995, the Service Interworking Implementation Agreement defines how frame relay data link connection identifiers (DLCIs) to ATM virtual path/virtual channel identifiers (VPI/VCIs).
Both products support up to 1024 Virtual Channel Identifiers (VCIs) and feature Peak Cell Rate (PCR) values that are user-selectable for each of the 1024 channels.