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Network Communication Protocols
AppleTalk Sun NFS IPTV Storage Area Network (SAN)
H.263+
MPEG4-AVC Network-based Call Signaling for Packet Cable

VOIP
Session Description Protocol

Mobile
SDP FTP
File Transfer Protocol

TCP/IP
Voice Profile for Internet Mail

VPIM

Microsoft
HTTPS
HTTP Security

Novell Netware

X.25

ISO

Virtual Private Network
VTP CMISE
CommonManagement Information Service Element

Other Supported Protocol Suites
3COM Banyan Vines DECnet IV DECnet V IBM XNS

NIS
Network Information Services

RSTAT
Remote Statistics

MPEG/Video

2.5G WAP Forum SS7oIP MAP SIP-T
Mobile Application Part WAP Applications

Telnet
Telnet

SMTP
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

SSP
Cisco Skinny Station

MIME
Multipurpose Internet MailExtensions

H.261 H.263 SMPTE VC-1
Society of Motion Picture and TV Engineers

NCS

MODBUS
MODICON Bus for Industrial Devices

NWWDOG
NetWare Watchdog Protocol

NWDiag
IPX Diagnostic Support Protocol

CMIP
Common Management Information Protocol

FTAM
File Transfer, Access & Management

UA Profile
User Agent Profile

AFP
AppleTalk Filing Protocol

NFS
Network File SystemPMAP
Port Mapper

H.264 WM9V
Microsoft Windows Media Video Series 9

NNTP
Network News Transfer

IRC
Internet Relay Chat

Gopher
File Retrievel

BGMP
Border Gateway Multicast Protocol

XML
eXtensible Markup Language

Virtual Terminal Protocol

SOAP
Simple Object Access Remote Unix

H.450 .1-12
Call Supplement Services

GCP

SIP for Telephone

TCP

NWBCAST
NetWareBroadcast Message Notification

NWSERIAL
Novell Serialization Protocol

MGCP
Media Gateway Central Protocol

SL
Service Load Bearer Independent Call Control

RPRINT
Remote Unix Print (Ipr)

MOUNT
Mount Server

SIP-Info BICC
SS7 Transaction Capzbilities Application Part

APPLICATION

Application Layer
• Top end-user layer. • Provides appropriate semantics or meaning totransferred data. • Provides for setup and termination of associations between application processes. • Provides virtual terminal, file and job transfer and manipulation services.

Simple Object Access

SOAP HTTP

H.323v5 Telephony & Multimedia Applications

XGCP
Extended Gateway Control Protocol

TCAP

Post Office Protocol v3

POP3

Tag Distribution Protocol

TDP

Internet MessageAccess

IMAP

HTTP WWW
Hyper Text Transfer Protocol

X.500
Directory Services

MMS
Manufacturing Messaging Service

ODA
Office Document Architecture

X.400
Electronic Mail

APPLICATION

SI
Service Indication

REXEC
Remote Unix Exec

BOOTP
Bootstrap Protocol

CLDAP
Connectionless Lightwieght Directory Access

GIOP
General Inter-ORB Protocol

IP

TLS
InternetManagement

PAD
NetWare Lite Application

SGCP
Simple Gateway Control Protocol

MTP3 SIP

SCTP

OTA
Over the Air

RWHO TACACS
Access Control Protocol Remote Unix WHO Protocol

(S)NTP
Simple Network Time Protocol

DHCP/DHCPv6
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

NDS
NetWare Directory Service

(X.29) Packet Assembly Disassembly

NLP
NetWare Lite Protocol

ACSEAssociation Control Service Element

HyperText Transfer

IIOP ISUP 3G UMTS W-CDMA
Non Access Station CORBA Internet Inter-ORB Protocol

Postscript

SNMP V1, V2, V3
Simple Network Management Protocol

LDAP
Lightwieght Directory Access

ND
Sun Network Disk

RSHELL
Remote Unix Shell

TFTP
Trival File Transfer Protocol

Mail Slots MS-RAP Named Pipes

NCP
NetWare Core ProtocolRTP
Real Time

TCP

H.248 MEGACO + Text Variant

Common Open Policy Service

COPS

Session Initiation Protocol

SIP

NAS

LSP
NetWare Lite Sideband Protocol

Call Control Mobility Management

CC

CMOT
CMIP over TCP

DISP
Dispatching for SNMP

RTSP
Real Time Streaming Protocol

IP

UDP

TCP MTP3 SCTP

TCP

SCTP UDP TCP

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