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Understanding CSS Media Types ....................................................................................... 553 Specifying media types ..............................................................................................554 Specifying one style s media type ...................................................................554 Specifying a group of styles media type ........................................................555 Specifying an external style sheet s media type .............................................556 Setting Up Documents for Printing ....................................................................................556 The page box formatting model ...............................................................................556 De ning the page size with the @page rule ............................................................557 Setting up the page size with the size property ............................................ 559 Setting margins with the margin property .....................................................559 Including crop and cross marks .....................................................................560 Controlling page breaks ............................................................................................560 Using the page-break-before and page-break-after properties ...................... 560 Using the page-break-inside property ............................................................562 Handling widows and orphans .................................................................................562 Preparing documents for double-sided printing ......................................................564 Creating a Multimedia Document ...................................................................................... 564 The online (screen media) document .......................................................................565 Reformatting the page ...............................................................................................568 Summary ..............................................................................................................................570
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Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) and frame relay have been tied to each other for a long time and for a number of reasons. Both ATM and frame relay are usually mentioned as fast packet technologies, technologies designed to process and switch packets much faster than X.25 or older packet-switching architectures. Both ATM and frame relay were created about the same time, in the late 1980s and early 1990s when various standards organizations began to consider what the networks of the future should look like. Finally, both ATM and frame relay are often used in the same network, either because service providers use both ATM and frame relay to supply their network services, or because users themselves employ both ATM and frame relay in different parts of the same network. This chapter considers the relationship between ATM and frame relay. The emphasis is not so much on what the ATM and frame relay relationship should be, because few if any would claim to know that. Rather the focus of the chapter is on what the relationship between ATM and frame relay actually is in the world today. One of the most basic and key differences when discussing frame relay and ATM at the same time is the different terminology used when talking about even simple things like standards and services. This is because the frame relay organizations chose to use the same terms for everything relating to frame relay, while the ATM groups generally chose different terms for the same types of things. This is easiest to show by example. All network services, from X.25 to ATM and beyond, have three basic building blocks. There is the fundamental technology upon which the network is based. Then there is the standard which refines the technology for interoperability reasons. Finally, there are the services that customers buy and the network must support. The terms used in frame relay and ATM for the fundamental technology, the standard, and the services are shown in Table 12.1. Notice the different approaches taken by each network group. For whatever reason, in frame relay the same term is used for almost everything. So frame relay technology is used to build standard frame relay networks to deliver frame relay services to users. But ATM is very different. The underlying foundation technology of ATM is cell relay. As frame relay relays variable-length data units called frames through a network, ATM relays fixed-length data units called cells through a network. But cell relay simply says, there should be cells but says little about how big the cells should be, what the cell header must look like, and so on. The international standard from the ITU-T for cell relay is ATM. ATM says that the cell is always 53 octets long (there have been larger and smaller cells used in non-ATM cell relay networks, believe it or not). The header is always the first 5 octets of the cell, leaving 48 octets as the cell payload. There is no cell trailer, and so forth. Finally, the service definitions that describe what users can do with an ATM network are specified as part of the Broadband ISDN (B-ISDN) series of ITU-T recommendations. So, cell relay technology is used to build standard ATM networks to deliver B-ISDN services to users. Table 12.1 Frame Relay and ATM NETWORK ASPECT IN FRAME RELAY IN ATM
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