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service specific connection oriented protocol (SSCOP)

The SSCOP protocol (Service Specific Connection OrientedProtocol) is a service-specific, connection-oriented transport protocol specified by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in Recommendation Q.2110 and used in ATM networks

. The SSCOP protocol is used to transmit and exchange signaling messages, Protocol Data Units (PDU), and provides the connection between ATM switches. The protocol can be used for transmission in both directions. Stations transmit messages

that are answered by the remote station.The Service Specific Connection Oriented Protocol (SSCOP) is a reliable transmission service for the Signalling ATM Adaption Layer

(SAAL) signalling channels. The Service Specific Connection Oriented Protocol (SSCOP) is an ITU-T specification standardized under ITU Q.2110.

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