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What does VC stand for?

VC stands for Virtual Circuit

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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The solution allows for faster problem resolution by looking at all virtual circuits simultaneously and capturing IP conversations on any specific protocol across all autodiscovered virtual circuits.
The IP-optimized DSL concentrator's ability to see and direct IP packets in these ways yields important advantages for broadband providers in the MDU market: It enables them to aggregate customer Internet traffic onto a single permanent virtual circuit through the network backbone, and into the POP, dramatically reducing service-provisioning time and costs.
Course Content: Introduction to Frame Relay: Basic components of a Wide Area Network (WAN) employing Frame Relay access - introduction to the protocols involved in the provision of a Frame Relay network - significance of the virtual circuit parameters CIR and DLCI - facilities and benefits of a Frame Relay data service.
Virtual paths and channels: Concepts of virtual path and virtual channel connections relationship between ATM virtual paths and channels and SDH transmission paths functions of ATM switches and cross-connects features of Permanent Virtual Circuits (PVCs) and Switched Virtual Circuits (SVCs).
1Q VLANs to ATM permanent virtual circuits (PVCs), including multiple VLAN IDs per virtual circuit -- Assignment of ATM QoS controls on a per-PVC basis -- Support for simultaneous bridging (VLAN-aware or transparent) and IP routing -- Support for independent VLANs (IVLANs), and IVLAN learning -- Support for the full range of VLAN IDs -- Ability to display key VLAN statistics and VLAN forwarding tables "Eastern's new VLAN-over-ATM capabilities enable service providers to meet expanding enterprise demand for Ethernet data services by seamlessly bringing together the best of two workhorse networking technologies," said Talbot Hack, senior product line manager at Eastern Research.