source route bridging


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source route bridging

A communications protocol in which the sending station is aware of all the bridges in the network and predetermines the complete route to the destination station before transmitting. Token Ring uses this method. Contrast with transparent bridge. See SRT.
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Full bridging mode support - the CrossFire 8601 provides plug-and-play installation with native support for all bridging modes (Transparent Bridging, Source Route Bridging, Source Route Switching, and Source Route Transparent Bridging), necessary to accommodate all possible installation requirements; the CrossFire 8601 and the CrossFire 8600 are among the first Token-Ring switches in the industry to provide comprehensive bridging mode support.
Additionally, the OC-8007 delivers plug-and-play installation and features native support for all Token-Ring bridging modes (Transparent Bridging, Source Route Bridging, Source Route Switching, and Source Route Transparent Bridging), necessary to accommodate all possible installation requirements.
Along with its support for CRF-based VLANs, transparent and source route bridging, T-SwitchPro supports up to 8,000 MAC addresses and RMON via port mirroring.
Full bridging mode support - the OC-8600 provides plug- and-play installation with native support for all bridging modes (Transparent Bridging, Source Route Bridging, Source Route Switching, and Source Route Transparent Bridging), necessary to accommodate all possible installation requirements; this is the first Token-Ring switch in the industry to provide comprehensive bridging mode support;
The new version of NetMaker XA also provides application profiles for both SNA and NetBIOS traffic, and can simulate remote source route bridging (RSRB).
0 with Token Ring Source Route Bridging support, Data Link Switching and SDLC/LLC2 conversion.
Allegra BRI, PRI, T1 and 56 Kbps frame relay products support IP, IPX, AppleTalk and source route bridging protocols at speeds ranging from 56 Kbps to 1.

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