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|English term or phrase: ST Agent|
Secure data Internet transfer
Does ST stand for Secure Transport ??
The message transfer (JMS) from Secure transfer Server to XXX Exchange layer is unable to connect....
The ST Agent does not receive the message from XXX Exchange layer in a given span of time...
The EDIFACT file is passed through the XXX Exchange layer and transaction is inserted in the database
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transfert de signal dans la terminologie RNIS
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An ST agent is an entity that implements the ST Protocol.
ST Control Message Protocol
The ST Control Message Protocol is the subset of the overall ST
Protocol responsible for creation, modification, maintenance,
and tear down of a stream. It also includes support for event
notification and status monitoring.
A stream is the basic object managed by the ST Protocol for
transmission of data. A stream has one origin where data are
generated and one or more targets where the data are received
for processing. A flow specification, provided by the origin
and negotiated among the origin, intermediate, and target ST
agents, identifies the requirements of the application and the
guarantees that can be assured by the ST agents.
1.2 Streams Streams form the core concepts of ST2. They are established between a sending origin and oneor more receiving targets in the form of a routing tree. Nodes in the tree represent so-called ST
agents, entities executing the ST2 protocol; links in the tree are called hops. Figure 2 illustrates a stream from an origin to four targets, where the ST agent on Target 2 alsofunctions as a router. Let us use this Target 2/Router node to explain some basic
ST2 can be used to reserve bandwidth for multimedia streams across network routes. Thisreservation, together with appropriate network access and packet scheduling mechanisms in all nodes running the protocol, guarantees a well-defined quality of service to ST2 applications. Itensures that each multimedia packet is delivered within its deadline, that is, at the time where it needs to be presented. This facilitates a smooth playout of digital audio and video that isessential for this time-critical data, but can typically not be provided by best-effort IP communication. Just like IP, ST2 actually consists of two protocols: ST for the data transport and SCMP, theStream Control Message Protocol, for all control functions, mainly those for resource
reservation. ST is simple and contains only one PDU that is designed for fast and efficient dataforwarding in order to achieve low communication delays. SCMP, however, is quite complex. As with ICMP and IP, SCMP packets are transferred within ST packets as shown in Figure 1
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