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ITU-T T.300

GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF TELEMATIC INTERWORKING

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Organization: ITU-T
Publication Date: 1 November 1988
Status: active
Page Count: 10
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Scope and field of application

This Recommendation defines the general principles for telematic interworking. It defines the principles of the telematic access protocols as the protocols used by the telematic terminal to participate in telematic interworking applications.

This Recommendation makes use of the concepts defined for message handling.The architectural basis and foundation for message handling is defined in the X.400 Series of Recommendations.

The other Recommendations in the T.300 Series define the telematic interworking applications and the protocols used by telematic terminals to make these applications available to their users. Only the protocols dealing with the telematic access to CCITT-defined services are being considered.

Document History

ITU-T T.300
November 1, 1988
GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF TELEMATIC INTERWORKING
Scope and field of application This Recommendation defines the general principles for telematic interworking. It defines the principles of the telematic access protocols as the protocols used by the...

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