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Re: [802.3ae] Wan Interface Sublayer


The major differences are:
  EoS uses byte stuffing and x43+1 scrambling just
  like HDLC/POS.

  802.3ae uses 64B/66B encoding and 1+x39+x58 scrambler.

Both fill the payload area of a SONET frame.


"Ayers, Mike" wrote:
>         Hello all,
>         I'm still a little confused.  Could someone kindly tell me what the
> differences are between the 10Gb/s Wan Interface Sublayer and a
> (hypothetical) Ethernet-over-10 Gb/s SONET implementation?
>         Thanks,
> /|/|ike /+yers
> Editor
> IETF Wan Interface Sublayer MIB

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