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Wanware NT Connection Diagrams

Figure 1: TCP/IP Over PPP

Packet Switched Networks
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Figure 2: TCP/IP LANs Interconnected Across High-speed WANs

IP Routing
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Technical Details

  • Frame Relay (ANSI or Frame Relay Consortium) and X.25 (CCITT 1988) call establishment and virtual circuit management

  • Up to 256 (X.25) or 1,024 (Frame Relay) circuits; up to T1/E1 (1.544Mbps/ 2.048Mbps) per link

  • X.32 auto dialer (V.25bis command set) for dial-up synchronous X.25 connections

  • Integrated IP Routing over X.25 and Frame Relay circuits

  • Dynamic allocation of switched and permanent virtual circuits (SVCs/PVCs) for maximum bandwidth optimization

  • C or C++ Language Application Program Interface (API) library for X.25, Frame Relay, HDLC (LAPB) and raw synchronous access

  • Real-time network analysis and management tools (interpreted line trace, logical channel state display, full statistics reporting at all levels, WAN connection and IP routing configuration reports)

  • Compatible with international standards and protocols (RFC 1356, RFC 1490, CCITT X.25, Frame Relay Consortium, ANSI PVC Management, etc.) and existing router-based networks (Cisco, Bay Networks, 3Com, etc.)

  • Supports SDLC and QLLC/X.25 Access from Microsoft SNA Server

  • Interfaces with Windows/NT Remote Access Services or Routing to provide PPP interconnection for Intranets and Extranets