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802.1CF
Network Reference Model and Functional Description of IEEE 802 Access Network

This Recommended Practice specifies an access network, which connects terminals to their access routers, utilizing technologies based on the family of IEEE 802 Standards by providing an access network reference model, including entities and reference points along with behavioral and functional descriptions of communications among those entities.

Heterogeneous networks may include multiple network interfaces, multiple network access technologies, and multiple network subscriptions. In some cases such heterogeneous functionality must be supported in a single user terminal. This Recommended Practice supports the design and deployment of access networks based on IEEE 802 technologies, guides the developers of extensions to the existing standards in support of a heterogeneous access network, and enables the use of IEEE 802 standards in new network deployments by specifying the functions of the IEEE 802 technologies when deployed in access networks.

Modern heterogeneous networks, for applications such as Smart Grid, Home Automation, and Internet of Things, suffer from limitations in service control, security and provisioning. This project will help to unify the support of different interfaces, enabling shared network control and use of software defined network (SDN) principles, thereby lowering the barriers to new network technologies, to new network operators, and to new service providers. The project will generate a Recommended Practice to deploy IEEE 802 technologies in an access network enabling such heterogeneity.

Status
DateStatus
26 Mar 2014 PAR approved by NesCom

Archive
DateDocument

Presentations
DateDocument
15 May 2014Presentation cf-maxriegel-cooperation-on-802-1cf-0514-v1.pptx
16 Jul 2014Presentation cf-maxriegel-p802-1cf-short-introduction-to-802-11-1407.pptx

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