X25

X-25 is an ITU standard, well known and most widely used protocol established in 1976. The X-25 is subsequently revised in 1980, 1984, 1988, 1992 and 1993. The standard specifies an interface between a host system and a packet switching network. X-25 standard for packet switching is a lower three layer equivalent of the OSI model. This protocol based on a physical layer, a link layer, and packet layer. The data link layer of X-25 is link access procedure balanced (LAPB) using high level data link control (HDLC). HDLC is a bit oriented protocol based on the synchronous data link protocol (SDLC) established by IBM for Synchronous Network Architecture (SNA) networks. Fig. 11.9 shows the X-25 interface.

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