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Need Cisco hardware that'll translate IP to ATM

Hello,

This is my first time here so I hope I can describe everything. Due to the nature of what we're doing, I'm only going to describe what I need.

We need to convert TCP/IP to ATM. I'm not talking about encapsulizing it by wrapping ATM around it, rather pure conversion from IP to ATM. MLSP.

We have a LightScribe 1010 and CISCO 6504-E with supervisor engines to play with. If we need to purchase additional equipment, we'll do it. I'm just wondering what your recommendations would be to complete this task. Please advise me.

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NG_ATMLLC(4)						   BSD Kernel Interfaces Manual 					      NG_ATMLLC(4)

NAME
ng_atmllc -- ATM LLC netgraph node type SYNOPSIS
#include <netgraph/ng_atmllc.h> DESCRIPTION
The atmllc node type translates frames in to and out of ATM LLC encapsulation, as specified by RFC 1483. In LLC encapsulation the protocol of a given protocol data unit (PDU) is specified by an IEEE 802.2 LLC header, possibly followed by an IEEE 802.1a SubNetwork Attachment Point (SNAP) header. This node currently handles the Ethernet and FDDI protocols. The node transmits and receives ATM PDUs on the atm hook. Received PDUs are decoded and forwarded to the ether or fddi hooks as appropriate. Data received on the ether or fddi hooks are assumed to be full Ethernet or FDDI packets as appropriate and are encapsulated into a PDU and transmitted via the atm hook. HOOKS
This node type supports the following hooks: atm ATM connection. Typically, this hook would be connected to a ng_atm(4) node, which handles transmission of ATM PDUs over an ATM device. ether Ethernet connection. This hook sends and receives Ethernet frames. This would normally be connected to an ng_eiface(4) node if in use. fddi FDDI connection. This hook sends and receives FDDI frames. CONTROL MESSAGES
This node type supports the generic control messages. SHUTDOWN
This node shuts down upon receipt of a NGM_SHUTDOWN control message, or when all hooks have been disconnected. SEE ALSO
netgraph(4), ng_atm(4), ng_eiface(4), ngctl(8) J. Heinanen, Multiprotocol Encapsulation over ATM Adaptation Layer 5, RFC 1483. AUTHORS
Benno Rice <benno@FreeBSD.org> BSD
March 8, 2004 BSD

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