ON THE DESIGN OF LOCAL NETWORK INTERFACES.

Paul V. Mockapetris, Michael R. Lyle, David Farber

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Abstract

This paper describes the design parameters and the approaches used in the construction of a Local Network Interface (LNI). The LNI connects a network node (host) to the communications medium. The details of the design and implementation are presented, along with some rationale for the design choices. The design is biased towards implementation in Large Scale Integration (LSI), and allows variation in message format and transmission protocol. This freedom is explored in regard to building both ring networks, such as the Distributed Computer System (DCS), and contention nets, such as Ethernet.

Original languageEnglish
Pages427-430
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 1977 Jan 1
Externally publishedYes
EventInf Process '77, Proc of IFIP (Int Fed for Inf Process) Congr, 6th - Toronto, Ont, Can
Duration: 1977 Aug 81977 Aug 12

Conference

ConferenceInf Process '77, Proc of IFIP (Int Fed for Inf Process) Congr, 6th
CityToronto, Ont, Can
Period77/8/877/8/12

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Interfaces (computer)
LSI circuits
Distributed computer systems
Ethernet
Network protocols
Communication

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Mockapetris, P. V., Lyle, M. R., & Farber, D. (1977). ON THE DESIGN OF LOCAL NETWORK INTERFACES.. 427-430. Paper presented at Inf Process '77, Proc of IFIP (Int Fed for Inf Process) Congr, 6th, Toronto, Ont, Can, .

ON THE DESIGN OF LOCAL NETWORK INTERFACES. / Mockapetris, Paul V.; Lyle, Michael R.; Farber, David.

1977. 427-430 Paper presented at Inf Process '77, Proc of IFIP (Int Fed for Inf Process) Congr, 6th, Toronto, Ont, Can, .

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Mockapetris, PV, Lyle, MR & Farber, D 1977, 'ON THE DESIGN OF LOCAL NETWORK INTERFACES.' Paper presented at Inf Process '77, Proc of IFIP (Int Fed for Inf Process) Congr, 6th, Toronto, Ont, Can, 77/8/8 - 77/8/12, pp. 427-430.
Mockapetris PV, Lyle MR, Farber D. ON THE DESIGN OF LOCAL NETWORK INTERFACES.. 1977. Paper presented at Inf Process '77, Proc of IFIP (Int Fed for Inf Process) Congr, 6th, Toronto, Ont, Can, .
Mockapetris, Paul V. ; Lyle, Michael R. ; Farber, David. / ON THE DESIGN OF LOCAL NETWORK INTERFACES. Paper presented at Inf Process '77, Proc of IFIP (Int Fed for Inf Process) Congr, 6th, Toronto, Ont, Can, .4 p.
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