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22.3.1 ATM Layer The ATM layer is responsible for cell formatting. An ATM cell consists of a 5-byte header and a 48-byte information eld, for a total of 53 bytes. The size of the information eld is the result of a compromise reached at the then CCITT between European and North American proposals. Both sides wanted a short cell for speed and ef ciency, but Europeans advocated a 32-byte payload, while North Americans favored a 64-byte payload; so it was agreed to split the difference. The header contains the information necessary for switching cells and the information eld contains the data payload, which is transferred transparently from source to destination. The cell headers for the UNI and the NNI interfaces are slightly different. Figures 22.3-1 and 22.3-2 show the ATM cell formats for each type of interface.
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Mapping of DISC and REL Messages (Fig. 11.3-5 ). DISC and REL messages are general-purpose requests to release a B-channel or a trunk. They always include, respectively, an IE.6 (cause indicators) and Par.9 (cause indicators), to indicate the reason for the release. Mappings between IE.6 and Par.9 take place at exchanges P and R. The coding of the value elds of the information elements and parameters can be found in Sections 10.3.4 and 11.2.4. Some mappings require format changes. For example, the digits of the called and calling numbers have a seven-bit format in IE.2 and IE.3, and a four-bit format in Par.6 and Par.8. Other mappings, for example, between IE.6 (cause) and Par.9 (cause indicators), do not require reformatting. 11.3.4 Use of Message Parameters
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