|Fundamentals of DSL Technology||Philip Golden, Herve Dedieu, Krista S. Jacobsen||
From back of book: "Fundamentals of DSL Technology... combines the strengths of the field's most renowned DSL experts, providing a foundation of all aspects of DSL system design."
|Recommended Textbooks||June 26, 2012|
|Further Testing of TRILL (TRansparent Interconnection of Lots of Links)||Christina Dube||
The University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL) hosted its second TRansparent Interconnection of Lots of Links (TRILL) Interoperability Test Event the week of May 20 - May 24, 2013 at its 32,000+ square-foot facility in Durham, New Hampshire. The test event brought together implementers of TRILL as well as test equipment manufacturers that support TRILL. The purpose of the test event was to gain a perspective on the current status of TRILL implementation and interoperability. Participants included Extreme Networks, Hewlett-Packard Networking, Huawei Technologies, and Ixia.
|White Papers||May 31, 2016|
|G.fast Certification Test Setup & Calibration||Lincoln Lavoie, Michael Arnoldy||
The forthcoming Broadband Forum G.fast Certification Program, based on the ID-337 test plan, presents a number of unique challenges, including requirements for testing multiple CPEs (customer premise equipment) connected to a DPU (demarcation point unit) using a multi-pair cable. This white paper describes an approach to the construction of a copper cable plant...
|White Papers||May 24, 2019|
|Gfast Certification: Past, Present, and Future||
The UNH-IOL offers testing for the Broadband Forum Gfast Testing Certification Program which now includes 212 MHz certification. Testing for device types, including, DPU Devices, CPE, and Gfast chipsets. Learn more about our group test events, Plugfests, the current and future state of Gfast Certification our latest video.
|External Links||December 12, 2019|
|glossary of Time and Frequency terms (NIST)||
This is an informal glossary for educational purposes. It is reviewed by experts but is not intended to replace more formal definitions in standards. (Click the â€œNotesâ€ link at the website for details.)
|External Links||June 27, 2012|
|High Speed Digital Subscriber Line - Second Generation ANSI T1.418-2000 Start-up Phase Test Suite||Stephen Scapicchio||
InterOperability is becoming increasingly important in today?s communication industry. In a time when the consumer has more choice and flexibility in their home networking and Internet services than ever before, single vendor solutions are nearly impossible and most definitely impractical. For this reason manufacturers are taking every precaution to make sure their products work properly with all other manufacturers? products. In this spirit standards bodies are formed with the claim that modems will work collectively if they adhere to the approved standard. However, as with all documents the standards are open to interpretation. This test suite will ensure complete activation phase compliance of a High Bit Rate Digital Subscriber Line- Second Generation modem. The tests are designed to scrutinize the modems adherence to American Nation Standards Industry?s Ti.418-2000 High bit rate Digital Subscriber Line- 2nd Generation (HDSL2) approved standard. All anticipated results are based on this document and the validity of the anticipated results can be proved using this document. The methods of testing are as low level as possible and do not rely on a specific vendor?s product so the most accurate and unbiased results may be obtained.
|Theses||May 15, 2001|
|How to Make Cable Plants||Jon Beck and Austin Boech||
An overview of how the UNH-IOL Fast Ethernet and Gigabit Ethernet Consortia create the cable plants that are used during InterOperability testing for 1000BASE-T devices.
|Tutorials||December 10, 2004|
|IEEE 1588 tutorial (slide deck, from 2005)||
John Eidson's general overview of the technology, the standard, and applications, plus other topics. Hosted at NIST. This regards only PTP version 1. (Version 2 is from 2008.)
|External Links||June 27, 2012|
|IEEE 802.1 Bridging Overview||UNH-IOL Bridge Functions Consotium||
This presentation provides a basic overview of IEEE 802.1 Bridging, and related technologies.
|Tutorials||June 27, 2012|
|IEEE 802.1 Website||
The official IEEE website reference.
|External Links||June 27, 2012|
|IEEE 802.11 TGe - QoS Enhancements (D6.0)||Chris Polanec||
Overview of Quality of Service (QoS) Enhancements for the MAC based on TGe draft 6.0.
|Tutorials||September 18, 2014|
|IEEE 802.11 Tutorials||Various||
IEEE Working Group for Wireless LAN's has compiled a list of tutorials from 802 Plenary meetings given under the sponsorship of 802.11
|Tutorials||March 1, 1999|
|IEEE 802.11 Working Group for WLAN Standards||IEEE LMSC||
IEEE P802.11 is a standards working group on wireless local area networks. The working group is a part of IEEE LMSC (LAN MAN Standards Committee) formerly called IEEE Project 802. IEEE LMSC reports to the Standards Activity Board (SAB) of the IEEE Computer Society.
|External Links||June 1, 2005|
|Implementation and Comparison of iSCSI Over RDMA||Ethan Burns||
iSCSI is an emerging storage network technology that allows for block-level access to disk drives over a computer network. Since iSCSI runs over the very ubiquitous TCP/IP protocol it has many advantages over its more proprietary alternatives. Due to the recent movement toward 10 gigabit Ethernet, storage vendors are interested to see how this large increase in network bandwidth could benefit the iSCSI protocol.
In order to make full use of the bandwidth provided by a 10 gigabit Ethernet link, specialized Remote Direct Memory Access hardware is being developed to offload processing and reduce the data-copy-overhead found in a standard TCP/IP network stack. This thesis focuses on the development of an iSCSI implementation that is capable of supporting this new hardware and the evaluation of its performance.
This thesis depicts the approach used to implement the iSCSI Extensions for Remote Direct Memory Access (iSER) with the UNH iSCSI reference implementation. This approach involves a three step process: moving UNH-iSCSI from the Linux kernel to the Linux user-space, adding support for the iSER extensions to our user-space iSCSI and finally moving everything back into the Linux kernel. In addition to a description of the implementation, results are given that demonstrate the performance of the completed iSER-assisted iSCSI implementation.
|Theses||June 29, 2012|
|Implementing DHCPv6 on an IPv6 Network||Benjamin Long||
Information about implementing a DHCPv6 system in an existing IPv6 netowrk.
|Tutorials||August 11, 2009|
|InterNetworking 2003 Presentation||Anshul Chadda, Ashish Palekar, Narendran Ganapathy, Robert D.Russell||
Design, Implementation, and Performance Analysis of the iSCSI Protocol for SCSI Over TCP/IP.
|White Papers||June 29, 2012|
|Introduction to IPsec||Timothy Carlin, Thomas Peterson||
This presentation provides a high level overview and introduction to IPsec, and related technologies.
|Tutorials||June 21, 2012|
|Introduction to iSCSI||UNH-IOL||
An informative presentation on the basics of iSCSI.
|Tutorials||June 29, 2012|
|Introduction to TCP/IP||PC Lube and Tune||
An Introduction to TCP/IP.
|External Links||November 3, 2016|
Contains ten Wireshark color filters for the ten PTP message types
|Tutorials||May 10, 2012|
|IoT: Evolving Networks to Meet the Opportunity||Timothy Winters||
This presentation was used in a Light Reading online seminar - it provides an overview the evolving networks of IoT and operators’ networks will need to evolve in order to address this diverse IoT opportunity.
|Tutorials||May 11, 2016|
|IPsec Requirements for Testing||Timothy Carlin, Thomas Peterson||
This guide assists implementors of IPsec in preparation for testing at the IOL.
|Tutorials||June 21, 2012|
|IPv6 Essentials||Silvia Hagen||
IPv6 Essentials, Second Edition provides a succinct, in-depth tour of all the new features and functions in IPv6. It guides you through everything you need to know to get started, including how to configure IPv6 on hosts and routers and which applications currently support IPv6. The new IPv6 protocols offers extended address space, scalability, improved support for security, real-time traffic support, and auto-configuration so that even a novice user can connect a machine to the Internet. Aimed at system and network administrators, engineers, network designers, and IT managers, this book will help you understand, plan for, design, and integrate IPv6 into your current IPv4 infrastructure.
|Recommended Textbooks||July 10, 2012|
|ITU-T G.994.1 (G.hs) Handshake Procedures for DSL Transceivers||Lincoln Lavoie (UNH-IOL)||
This presentation provides an overview the ITU-T G.994.1 (G.hs) Handshaking Procedures for Digital Subscriber Line Transceivers standard. The overview covers the physical layer modulation (DPSK), frame structures, message structures, and parameter encoding. The presentation also includes examples of the differential encoding used for the modulation, and the delimiting bits used within the parameter tree.
|Tutorials||June 26, 2012|
|live TAI - UTC comparison||
A live clock shows the difference between UTC and TAI, which changes from 34 seconds to 35 seconds during the leap second on 2012-Jun-30. PTP time is the same as TAI.
|External Links||May 9, 2012|