Advanced interface module and system bus, Computer Networking

Advanced Interface Module (AIM) socket

This is an 100 pin internal socket. It is provide for plug in the Advance interface module card. Purpose of AIM card is concentrate in the data compression,encryption, decryption  and so on without help of external requirement

HOST PCI Bridge

It act as a bridge between system bus ,CPU bus , PCI bus. Network modules and interface boards are connected in PCI bus.

System Bus.

Communicating between  the CPU board and interface boards. in 2600 series, PCI bus provides for this communications between these two boards

 

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