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IEEE 802.1

The IEEE 802.1, Higher Level Interface (HILI) working group deals with issues that affect all IEEE 802 working groups. These include in particular general management issues and aspects ofInternetworking, bridging and routing. Furthermore, the 802.1 working groups deal with virtual LANs (VLAN), data center bridging (DCB), tunneling and tagging, and provider networks.

802.1a-1990: Overview and Architecture,

802.1b-1992: LAN/MAN Management,

802.1d-1990:MACBridges, Generic Attribute Registration Protocol (GARP) and GARP Multicast Registration Protocol (GMRP),

802.1e-1990:System Load Control,

802.1g: Remote Bridging,

802.1h-REV: Revision of 802.1H-1995 - Recommended Practice for Media Access Control (MAC) Bridging of Ethernet in Local Area Networks,

802.1i-1992: Supplement to MAC Bridges: FDDI,

802.1j: Managed Objects for MAC Bridges,

802.1p: Expedited Traffic and Multicast Filtering,

802.1q:Virtual LANs, VLANs, Architecture and Bridging, GARP VLAN registration protocol (GVRP), GARP VLAN Registration Protocol,

802.1r: GARP Proprietary Attribute Registration Protocol for 802.1d Bridges.

802.1s: Supplement to 802.1q: Support for Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP): Up to now, only one spanning tree is possible over the entire physical network. This results in large networks and long reconfiguration times. This is to be improved by using several smaller spanning trees.

802.1t: 1d Maintenance

802.1u: 1q Maintenance

802.1v: VLAN Classification by Protocol and Port: The group is working on the classification of virtual LANs by port and protocol.

802.1w:Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol (RSTP): Reconfiguration of spanning trees in case of errors and topology changes

802.1x: Port Based Network Access Control. This standard defines client-server based access control and authentication and prevents unauthorized clients from connecting to a network through publicly accessible ports. 802 .1x works with the Temporal Key Integrity Protocol (TKIP) or the Counter Mode with CBC-MAC Protocol (CCMP) and plays a decisive role in WLAN security according to 802.11i

802.1AB: Station and Media Access Control Connectivity Discovery,

802.1AB-2009: Station and Media Access Control Connectivity Discovery,

802.1AC:Medium Access Control (MAC) Services Definition,

802.1AD:Provider Bridges (PB),

802.1AE: Medium Access Control (MAC) Security,

802.1AF: Authenticated Key Agreement for MACSec,

802.1AG: Connectivity Fault Management (CFM) and Ethernet OAM, Operation, Administration, and Maintenance,

802.1AH:Provider Backbone Bridge (PBB),

802.1AJ: Two Port MAC Relay

802.1AK:Multiple Registration Protocol (MRP),

802.1AP:Management Information Base (MIB) definitions for VLAN Bridges,

802.1AQ: Shortest Path Bridging (SPB).

802.1AR: Secure Device Identity. It deals with the discovery of end devices.

802.1AS: Generalized Precision Time Protocol (gPTP).Timing and synchronization of time-critical applications in the home.

802.1ASbt: Timing and Synchronization.Improve clock synchronization protocol to increase robustness against interference.

802.1BA:Audio Video Bridging (AVB) Systems. The standard describes the profiles of an AVB system.

802.1BR: Bridge PortExtension.

802.1CB:FrameReplication and Elimination of Redundancy. Mechanisms by which a receiver extracts information from redundant messages, e.g. using the first message and deleting the following redundant messages.

802.1CM:Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) for the access nodes (fronthaul)

802.1Qa: Forwarding and Queuing for Time-Sensitive Streams.

802.1Qat:Stream Reservation Protocol (SRP). Defines the reservation and allocation of transmission resources (bandwidths) for critical data streams in the network. It also provides for the identification of media streams.

802.1Qau:Quantized Congestion Notification (QCN).

802.1Qav: Forwarding and Queuing Enhancements for Time-Sensitive Streams. It describes the assurance of quality of service via queuing and forwarding rules and supports the simultaneous transmission of isochronous and asynchronous data traffic.

802.1Qaw: Management of Data-driven and Data-dependent Connectivity Faults. Queuing and Forwarding.

802.1Qay:Provider Backbone Bridging with Traffic Engineering (PBB-TE).

802.1Qaz:Enhanced Transmission Selection (ETS).

802.1Qbb:Priority Flow Control (PFC).

802.1Qbc: Provider Bridging: Remote Customer Service Interfaces.

802.1Qbe: Multiple I-SID Registration Protocol.

802.1Qbf:Provider Backbone Bridging with Traffic Engineering (PBB-TE) Infrastructure Segment Protection.

802.1Qbg:Edge Virtual Bridging (EVB).

802.1Qbh: Bridge Port Extension.

802.1Qbu: Frame Preemption. Interruption of messages during transport to minimally delay more important messages.

802.1Qbv: Enhancements for Scheduled Traffic. Time Aware Shaper (TAS), implementation of time-triggered communication in Ethernet switches.

802.1Qca: Establishment of redundant data lines to send Ethernet messages simultaneously over multiple independent paths across a network.

802.1Qcc: Stream Reservation Protocol (SRP) enhancements. Resource reservation improvements.

802.1Qch: Cyclic Queuing and Forwarding, Time-critical messages are forwarded only to the nearest neighbor at each cycle.

802.1Qci: Per-Stream Filtering and Ingress Policing.

802.1Qcr: Asynchronous Traffic Shaping.

802.1X-2001: Port Based Network Access Control.

802.1X-2004: Port Based Network Access Control.

802.1X-2010: Revision of 802.1X-2004.

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