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  1. VPI part. So the VPI here is 75 at the put interface and the VPI is 83 at the output
  2. assigns different VPI and VCI. So VCI is 83 and VPI is 78 and here VCI is 93 and VPI is
  3. paths. We have the VPI identifier for this. This VPI has the higher order bits specifying
  4. and puts it on another VCI/VPI pair on the other side. This is how VPI/VCIs are assigned
  5. connection is defined by a pair of numbers known as VPI and VCI. VPI stands for Virtual
  6. - As in the VPI,
  7. - Yeah that VPI stuff is amazing too I love it.
  8. VPI Technology Group.
  9. 8 bits or 1 byte for the virtual path identifier (VPI). The virtual path and the virtual circuit
  10. present in UNI, but in NNI this GFC has been dropped and VPI is increased.
  11. VPI is only 8 bits in UNI but is 12 bits in NNI. When you are doing network node interface,
  12. VPI, the virtual path identifier, has 8 bits; but since GFC is irrelevant within the network,
  13. in the cell header: we have the VPI part and the VCI part. Simply looking at that label,
  14. this might have two parts: VPI and VCI, whereas in a regular datagram the entire address may
  15. In VPI/VCI assignment used in this case, all packets must follow the same path unlike a
  16. This is the other disadvantage of this the VPI and VCI must be set up, which means it
  17. the VPI or VCI identifiers, out will be through port 3, 1/35. Similarly port 1 for 34 will
  18. go to 4, 2/56 and so on. There is a table which simply quickly matches the VPI/VCI values
  19. We now come to ATM addresses. This address is different from the VPI/VCI; that is, the
  20. and setting up virtual circuits with VCI VPI labels, these ideas were later on adopted