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General ISO/IEC ISP 10612 is applicable to interworking units concerned with operating in the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) environment. It specifies a combination of OSI base standards that collectively provide a MAC relay function between LAN subnetworks. This part of ISO/IEC ISP 10612 is applicable to interworking units operating between FDDI LAN subnetworks.

ISO/IEC ISP 10612-1 specifies the relay function and LAN subnet work-independent requirements, ISO/IEC ISP 10608-14 specifies the FDDI LAN subnetwork-dependent requirements, and this part of ISO/IEC ISP 10612 defines the profile RD54.54.


Position within the Taxonomy The taxonomy of OSI profiles is defined in ISO/IEC TR 10000-2. This part of ISO/IEC ISP 10612 defines the profile:


Relaying the MAC service, using transparent bridging, b etween FDDI LAN subnetworks.


Scenario Figure 1 illustrates the configuration of systems to which this part of ISO/IEC ISP 10612 is applicable. The figure shows two reference points, but an implementation of this profile may include more attachments to FDDI LAN subnetworks with a reference point corresponding to each.

This part of ISO/IEC ISP 10612 specifies the required functions from the supporting protocol stack shown in figure 2.