Design and Implementation of DSL-Based Access Solutions

Design and Implementation of DSL-Based Access Solutions

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The ultimate DSL deployment guides and referenceTeaches the reader how to design and implement the network to offer services such as voice, video, and data Explains the various access and core architectures for xDSL technologies Details how to do mass provisioning and how to manage an end-to-end network Includes case studies that depict some of the most common deployed architectures, how they evolved, problems they faced, and how they were overcomeDesign and Implementation of DSL-Based Access Solutions addresses various architectures for DSL-based networks. It focuses on how to design and implement an end-to-end solution for service providers, considering various business models such as retail, wholesale, VPN, etc. This book depicts the different architectures, and helps you understand the key design principles in deploying them. It covers both access encapsulations such as bridging, PPPoA, PPPoE, and routing, as well as core architectures such as IP, L2TP, MPLS/VPN, and ATM. Because it focuses on end-to-end solutions, Design and Implementation of DSL-Based Access Solutions talks about how to do mass provisioning of subscribers and how to manage networks in the most efficient way. It also includes discussions of real-life deployments, their design-related issues, and their implementation.
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  • Hardback | 272 pages
  • 188 x 232 x 22mm | 680.4g
  • Cisco Press
  • Indianapolis, United States
  • English
  • w. numerous figs.
  • 1587050218
  • 9781587050213

Table of contents

PLEASE PROVIDE 1. History of Remote Access Technology. The World of Analog. ISDN. ADSL Comes of Age. ADSL Benefits. Applications That Drive High-Speed Access.2. xDSL Flavors and Considerations at the Physical and Data Link Layers. ADSL. VDSL. IDSL. SDSL. G.shdsl. Comparing xDSL Flavors. Design Considerations at the Physical Layer (Layer 1). Considerations at the Data Link Layer (Layer 2).3. Service Offerings. The ADSL Functional Segments. CLECs and ILECs. Wholesale Service Providers. Retail Service Provider. Centralized Versus Distributed Architecture for xDSL Networks. Points to Consider Before Deploying Any Architecture.4. Access and Core Architectures. The Access Network. RFC 1483 Bridging. Routed Bridge Encapsulation (RBE) Baseline Architecture. PPP over ATM. PPP over Ethernet Architecture (PPPoE). RFC 1483 Routing. The Core Network. Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol (L2TP). MPLS-Based VPNs. Service Selection Gateway. SSG Terminology. SSG Service Models.5. Case Studies. Case Study 1: Small to Medium Wholesale SP. Case Study 2: Large Wholesale SP. Case Study 3: Very Large Wholesale SP. Case Study 4: VPN Services.6. Network Management and Service Provisioning. Service Provisioning. Flow-Through Service Provisioning. Accounting and Billing.
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About Sanjeev Mervana

Chris Le, CCIE #5235, is a Technical Marketing Engineer for the Service Provider Line of Business for Cisco Systems. Chris provided DSL Internetworking Design, Implementation and Performance Engineering to several Service Providers. He has worked extensively on design and implementation in IP aggregation space and has provided training to engineers on leased line and broadband aggregation.Sanjeev Mervana has over 10 years experience in networking and has been with Cisco Systems since 1998. A CCIE since 1998, Sanjeev was the Technical Leader in the Customer Support Organization at Cisco for resolving complex networking issues for customers before moving to the Technical Marketing Group. Since joining the Technical Marketing Group, Sanjeev established a lead in defining broadband architectures for the customers and has published various service architecture papers internally to Cisco as well as for customers. His primary job involves having architectural discussions with leading service providers to offer various value add services. Sanjeev has been a key contributor and instrumental in defining some of the requirements for next-generation products at the edge of the network.
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