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The OSI CONS is defined in terms of a set of primitive actions and events and associated parameters. For a protocol to support this service, there must be a mapping between the abstract primitives and parameters of the CONS and the real elements of the protocol. This International Standard provides such a mapping for the X.25/PLP-1984. It also provides a mapping of the CONS primitives and parameters to the X.25/PLP-1980 plus an SNDCP. In addition, the method of selecting the appropriate mapping, if any, for different combinations of end systems and Network Layer relay systems implementing one or more of the mappings is defined. This international Standard specifies the conformance requirements for three classes of implementation. These requirements are applicable both to end system operation and to half the operation of a Network Layer relay. Where relay operation is concerned, the two halves of the relay may be the same or different classes of implementation. This international Standard specifies the requirements to be met by a Conforming-1984) implementation. Implementations in this class are designed to operate directly and efficiently with other Conforming-1984 implementations, including cases of operation across an X.25(1984) sbnetwork. This International Standard also specifies the requirements to be met by a Conforming-1980 implementation. Implementations in this class are designed to operate directly with other Conforming-1980 implementations, including cases of operation across any form of X.25 subnetwork, but will operate less efficiently than Conforming-1984 implementations. This International Standard also specifies the requirements to be met by a Compatible implementation. Implementations in this class are designed to operate directly with all other implementation classes, including cases of operation across any type of X.25 subnetwork. They make effiecient use of X.25(1984) when place in this environment. The X.25/PLP-1984 or X.25/PLP-1980 with the SNDCP is usually regarded as operating between an end system (i.e., a "Data Terminal Equipment" in X.25 terminology) and a packet-switched public data subnetwork. However, the X.25/PLP-1984 or X.25/PLP-1980 with the SNDCP can also be used in other environments to provide the OSI CONS. Examples of such other uses include: a. an end system connected to an X.25 packet-switched private data subnetwotk;b. an end system connected to a local area network; c. direct connection or circuit-switched connection (including connection across a circuit-switched data subnetwork) of two end sytems without an intervening packet-switched public data subnetwork; and d. an end system connected to an Integrated Services Digital Network.
||Informatietechnologie - Datacommunicatie - Toepassing van X.25 ter voorziening van de OSI-verbindingsgeoriÃ«nteerde netwerkservice
||Information technology - Data communications - Use of X.25 to provide the OSI connection-mode network service