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Layered network architectures

  • John R. Freer
Part of the Computer Communications and Networks book series (ACTH)

Abstract

A network architecture is the set of rules which govern the connection and interaction of the network components; it includes the data formats, protocols and logical structures for the functions which provide effective communication between data processing systems connected to the network. Layering separates the functions into distinct levels which communicate individually with like levels in distant nodes.

Keywords

Transport Layer International Standardization Organisation User Datagram Protocol Remote Node Data Link Layer 
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© J R Freer 1988

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  • John R. Freer

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