IEEE 802.3BC-2009 pdf free.IEEE Standard for Information technology- Telecommunications and information exchange between systems-Local and metropolitan area networks-Specific requirements Part 3: Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD) Access Method and Physical Layer Specifications Amendment 2: Ethernet Organizationally Specific Type, Length, Value (TLVs).
1.3 Normative references
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IEEE Std XO2.lABThI2009. IEEE Standard for Local and metropolitan area networks Station and Media Access Control Connectivity Discovery.
IETF RFC 3621 (December 2003), Power Ethernet MIB. Berger. A., and Romascanu. D.
IETF RFC 4X36 (April 2007) DelInitions of Managed Ohjectc for IEEE 802.3 Mediwn Attachment Units (M.lUc), Beili, E.
1.4 Definitions
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l.4.x link Layer l)iscosery Protocol (li.I)P): A media-independent protocol intended to run on any IEEE X02R LAN station and to allow an LLDP agent to learn the connectivity and management information from adjacent stations (see IEEE Std X02. I Al3-2(X)9).
1.5 Abbreviations
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LL.DP Link Layer Discovery Protocol (sec IEEE Std X02.IAB-2009) LLDPDU LLDP data unit (see IEEE Sid 802.IAB-2009)
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This clause provides the Layer Management specification for DTEs, repeaters. MAlls, and Midspans based on the CSMA/CD access mcthod. The clause is produced from the ISO framework additions to Clause 5, Layer Management: Clause 19, Repeater Management; and Clausc 20. MAU Management. It incorporates additions to the objects, attributes, and behaviours to support 100 Mb,s. 1000 Mb/s and 10 Gbis, full duplex operation. MAC Control. Link Aggregation, DTE Power via MDI. end-subscriber access networks, and the Link Layer Discovery Protocol (LLDP) IEEE 8013 Organizationally Specific TLVs. The objects, attributes, and behaviours to support Link Aggregation are deprecated by IEEE Std 802.1 AX-2008.
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A containment relationship is a structuring relationship for managed objects in which the existence of a managed object is dependent on the existence of a containing managed object. The contained managed object is said to be the subordinate managed object, and the containing managed objcct the superior managed object. The containment relationship is used for naming managed objects. The local containment relationships among object classes are depicted in the entity relationship diagrams. Figure 30—3 through Figure 30 5Figurc 30—6. These figures show the names of the object classes and whether a particular containment relationship is one-to-one, one-to-many or many-to-one. For further requirements on this topic. see IEEE Std 8O2.lFThtl993. PSE management is only valid in a system that provides management at the next higher containment level, that is, either a DTE. repeater or Midspan with management.IEEE 802.3BC pdf download.