What does VCC stand for?
Virtual Channel Connection
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ADSL connections: Role of DSLAM and B-RAS equipment in an access network review of the features and benefits of an ATM network use of virtual channel connections
role of the PPP protocol and authentication servers allocation of IP addresses to customers equipment operation of a simple bridged Ethernet ADSL connection principles and benefits of PPPoE and PPPoA connections.
IP over ATM networks: Comparison of IP and ATM networks the use and limitations of "Classical IP over ATM" benefits of the use of "cut through" ATM virtual channel connections
compared with the use of IP routing using the Next Hop Resolution Protocol (NHRP) to provide "cut through" connections integrating the quality of service techniques of IP networks with those of ATM networks.
ATM protocol layers: Physical, ATM and AAL layers of the Broadband ISDN (B-ISDN) protocol stack and their relationship to the OSI Reference Model (OSIRM) roles of the different ATM Adaptation Layer (AAL) protocols sending timing information over a Virtual Channel Connection
(VCC) using the AAL 1 protocol functions of the Segmentation and Re-assembly (SAR) sub-layer and the Convergence Sub-layer (CS) of the AAL protocol.
The RapidFire 616x series supports up to 4096 virtual channel connections
(VCCs), making them ideally suited for server applications.
It adds a variety of advanced traffic-management capabilities including support for Generic Frame Rate (GFR) traffic flow for IP data services, plus Constant Bit Rate (CBR) tunneling of individually shaped Virtual Channel Connections
Additional features of the CrossFire ATM155 Uplinks include: - Superior traffic-handling capacity, processing 160,000 64-byte frames per second in each direction - Scaleable VLAN architecture that supports up to 63 ELANs - 4MB shared frame buffer memory - Support for up to 2048 switched virtual channel connections
(transmit and receive) for use in backbone and server applications - Support for one IEEE 802.
It features a state-of-the-art Virtual Channel Connection
(VCC) sharing module that uses LLC/SNAP encapsulation.
Customers can now configure each Virtual Channel Connection
to transmit a specified peak cell rate, sustained cell rate, maximum burst size, and transmit priority," added Tolmie.