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SAA MP62—1992 Miscellaneous Publication OSI—Vocabulary
SAA MP62—1992
Miscellaneous Publication
OSI—Vocabulary

This Miscellaneous Publication was prepared by Committee IT/1, Information Systems—Interconnection. It was approved on behalf of the Council of Standards Australia on 14 November 1991 and published on 16 March 1992.

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SAA MP62—1992

Miscellaneous Publication

OSI—Vocabulary First published as SAA MP62 — 1992.
OSI—Vocabulary
First published as SAA MP62 — 1992.

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SAA MP62—1992

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PREFACE

This Miscellaneous Publication is reproduced from OSI Vocabulary — Collection of Definitions of OSI Vocabulary (April 1991 version). It consists of definitions of terms taken from a number of ISO standards which cover the OSI environment. It must be understood that some definitions have been taken from draft Standards and other documents and are therefore subject to change. The source from which the definition is derived is noted at the end of each definition. It is intended that this publication will be issued periodically.

Under arrangements made between Standards Australia and the International Standards Bodies, ISO and IEC, as well as certain other Standards organizations, users of this publication are advised of the following:

(a)

Copyright is vested in Standards Australia.

(b)

The references to International Standards should be replaced by reference to Australian Standards as follows:

Reference to International Standard ISO/IEC

Australian Standard AS

7498

Information processing systems —Open

2777

Information processing systems—Open

Systems

Interconnection — Basic

Systems Interconnection — Basic

Reference Model

 

Reference Model

7498-1

Part 1:

Connectionless-mode mission

trans-

2777.1

Supp 1: Connectionless-mode mission

trans-

7498-2

Part 2:

Security architecture

2777.2

Supp 2: Security architecture

7498-3

Part 3:

Naming and Addressing

2777.3

Supp 3: Naming and Addressing

7498-4

Part 4:

Management

Framework

 
 

Systems—Open SystemsInter- connection—Transport service definitions

8072

Information processing systems —Open Systems Interconnection —Transport service definitions

2911

Information processing systems—Open Systems Interconnection—Transport service definitions

8072

Add 1: Connectionless-mode trans- mission

Add 1: Connectionless-mode trans- mission

8073

Information processing systems —Open Systems Interconnection —Connection oriented transport protocol specification

2912

Information processing systems—Open Systems Interconnection—Connection oriented transport protocol specification

8326

Information processing systems —Open

3591

Information processing systems—Open

Systems

Interconnection — Basic

Systems Interconnection — Basic

connection

oriented

session

service

connection oriented session service

definition

definition

8327

Information processing systems —Open

3952

Information processing systems—Open

Systems

Interconnection — Basic

Systems Interconnection — Basic

connection

oriented

session

protocol

connection oriented session protocol

specification

 

specification

8348

Information processing systems— Data

2994

Information processing systems—Data

communications — Network definition

service

communications — Network service definition

8348

Add 2 Network layer addressing

 

2994

Supp 1 Network layer addressing

8473

Information processing systems— Data communications —Protocol for providing the connectionless-mode network service

8509

Information processing systems —Open

3620

Information processing systems—Open

Systems

Interconnection — Service

 

8571

Conventions Information processing systems —Open Systems Interconnection —File transfer, access and management

 

Systems Interconnection — Service Conventions

8571-1

Part 1: General Introduction

8602

Information processing systems —Open Systems Interconnection — Protocol for

3627

Information processing systems—Open Systems Interconnection— Protocol for

providing

the

connectionless-mode

providing the connectionless-mode

transport

transport

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