[Sls-slp] RE: TC commanding

Greenberg, Edward (313B) edward.greenberg at jpl.nasa.gov
Sat Oct 17 18:24:22 UTC 2009

Not exactly true....The packet service from my point of view is little more than moving the framing and COP implementation to a central site.  Its not a network service nor the users of such a service need a network service.  The packet service is multiplexing any packet that arrive via the service to single link.  I just moves the responsibility to a central site.  It doesn't change much nor does it provide much other than there is 1 instantiation of the TC framing and COP, unless of cause the station is servicing multiple project user the different antennas.  When we get to need a network we we be at your door for DTN.  
From: Hooke, Adrian J (9000)
Sent: Saturday, October 17, 2009 9:59 AM
To: Greenberg, Edward (313B); SLS-SLP WG
Cc: Moury Gilles [gilles.moury at cnes.fr]
Subject: RE: TC commanding

> But the use of SLE packet service from the POCC to a central operations center or to
> the station would put all the TC formulation and COP control at that site where the SDLS
>  service would need to be provided....
> What installed base are we working with?

Not one, apparently, that understands the value of a Network layer protocol.....

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