The latest developments in computer networking are presented in this volume, including: distributed systems security; enabled mail; application object exchange format; mail gatewaying versus tunnelling. All aspects of distributed applications are discussed: methodology, including protocol development tools, models, interconnection and interoperation; communication services, including security and The Directory among other applications; requirements for specific new distributed applications, such as group communication. The volume will be of great interest to technical and management decision-makers involved in the distributed applications research and development area.For this application, the Directory can be used to support user-friendly naming schemes , to reduce routing table sizes, and to simplify the administration of message handling systems [9, 2]. User friendly naming (UFN) is supported by the anbsp;...
|Title||:||Upper layer protocols, architectures, and applications|
|Author||:||Manuel Medina, Nathaniel S. Borenstein|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Science Ltd - 1994|