Re: [GSMP] Bi-directional Add Branch

sehla loussaief <sehla2000@yahoo.fr> Mon, 04 March 2002 14:52 UTC

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Date: Mon, 04 Mar 2002 15:48:14 +0100
From: sehla loussaief <sehla2000@yahoo.fr>
Subject: Re: [GSMP] Bi-directional Add Branch
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Hi all,
Can anybody help me with a URL from witch i can
download an imllementation of gsmp in order to control
remotely a MArconni ASX-200BX switch.
kind regards.


 --- Kenneth Sundell <ksundell@nortelnetworks.com> a
écrit : > 
> Maurizio,
> yes your interpretation is correct. the
> bi-directional flag is simply 
> for convenience to establish a  bi-directional
> connection in a single 
> gsmp message. after this establishment the two
> connections will be 
> handled separately (e.g. can be moved or otherwise
> modified separately). 
> in your case it would be preferable to setup the
> connection with two 
> separate add-branches where you can define the
> traffic parameters for 
> each individually. depending on switch design, the
> b-flag would probably 
> cause the switch to perform two actions anyhow.
> 
> regards,
> ken
> 
> MaurizioArturo DeMichele wrote:
> 
> >Hi all,
> >
> >I have a question about the B (Bi-directional)
> flag: the current draft
> >specifies that an Add Branch message with the B
> flag set to 1 is equivalent
> >to two Add Branch messages, where the reverse
> direction must exchange the
> >values of Input Port and Input Label with the
> values of Output Port and
> >Output Label. There is (apparently) no way to
> specify  the Traffic
> >Parameters Block(s) for the reverse direction: does
> this mean that only
> >symmetric point-to-point connections can be
> controlled with a single Add
> >branch message? Is there any flag I am missing,
> which allows asymmetric
> >bi-directional connections?
> >
> >Thank you all in advance for your help.
> >
> >Maurizio De Michele
> >Marconi - Broadband Systems - Product Engineering
> Italy
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
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