International Standard
ISO/IEC 10747:1994
Information technology — Telecommunications and information exchange between systems — Protocol for exchange of inter-domain routeing information among intermediate systems to support forwarding of ISO 8473 PDUs
Reference number
ISO/IEC 10747:1994
Edition 1
1994-10
International Standard
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ISO/IEC 10747:1994
21417
Published (Edition 1, 1994)
This standard was last reviewed and confirmed in 1999. Therefore this version remains current.
This standard has 1 amendment.

ISO/IEC 10747:1994

ISO/IEC 10747:1994
21417
Language
Format
CHF 216
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Abstract

Specifies a protocol to be used by boundary intermediate systems to acquire and maintain information for the purpose of routeing NPDUs between different routeing domains. Lays down the procedures for the exchange of inter-domain reachability and path information between BISs, the procedures for maintaining inter-domain routeing information bases within a BIS, the encoding of protocol data units used to distribute inter-domain routeing information between BISs, the functional requirements for implementations that claim conformance to this standard. The protocol described operates at the level of individual routeing domains. Does not cover the establishment of administrative domains.

General information

  •  : Published
     : 1994-10
    : International Standard confirmed [90.93]
  •  : 1
     : 114
  • ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 6
    35.100.30 
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 Amendments

Amendments are issued when it is found that new material may need to be added to an existing standardization document. They may also include editorial or technical corrections to be applied to the existing document.

Amendment 1

Implementation conformance statement proformas

Edition 1996

ISO/IEC 10747:1994/Amd 1:1996
26245
Language
Format
CHF 129
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