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MP 592000

Miscellaneous Publication
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Naming and addressing in the Australian OSI environment

MP 592000

Miscellaneous Publication
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Naming and addressing in the Australian OSI environment

Originated as MP 591991. Third edition 2000.

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Standards Australia International All rights are reserved. No part of this work may be reproduced or copied in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, without the written permission of the publisher. Published by Standards Australia International Ltd PO Box 1055, Strathfield, NSW 2135, Australia
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MP 592000

PREFACE
This Miscellaneous Publication was prepared by the Standards Australia Committee IT/1 on Information ProcessingInterconnection to supersede MP 591995. The objective of this publication is to explain the elements of OSI naming and addressing that require to be registered on a national basis and to specify the procedures under which the OSI registration authority will operate. This publication is based on a series of International Standards which have been developed cooperatively between ISO, IEC and ITU-T and adopted as Australian Standards. Throughout the document, references will be to the ISO/IEC document. Listed in Clause 2 are the ISO/IEC, ITU-T and Australian equivalent numbers, followed by the title of the ISO/IEC document. The ITU-T and Australian titles may differ slightly. Within the OSI environment there is a need for a national naming convention administered by a registration authority. The organization of the authority is established by the OSI/IEC and ITU-T Standard for various OSI services. There is a need to register a number of separate elements and this publication describes this system and procedures for the registration of naming and addressing sub-domains within the Australian segment of the OSI environment.

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MP 592000

CONTENTS
Page 1 SCOPE .............................................................................................................................4 2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS..........................................................................................4 3 DEFINITIONS....................................................................................................................4 4 ABBREVIATIONS.............................................................................................................5 5 NAMING WITHIN THE OSI ENVIRONMENT................................................................5 6 REGISTRATION AUTHORITY ........................................................................................6 7 DIRECTORY NAMES .......................................................................................................7
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8 MHS DOMAIN (X.400) ...................................................................................................10 9 NETWORK SERVICE ACCESS POINT ADDRESS.......................................................11 10 OBJECT IDENTIFIER DOMAIN ....................................................................................12 11 REGISTRATION PROCEDURES....................................................................................12 12 MAINTENANCE OF REGISTER ....................................................................................12 APPENDICES A REGISTRATION AUTHORITY CONTACT ADDRESS............................................13 B REGISTRATION FORM APPLICATION FOR PRMD, ADMD & ADDMD NAME FOR USE WITHIN AUSTRALIA AND ITS TERRITORIES .........................14 C TYPICAL EXAMPLES OF NAMING AND ADDRESSING ......................................16

MP 592000

STANDARDS AUSTRALIA Australian Standard Naming and addressing in the Australian OSI environment
1 SCOPE This publication covers the allocation of the following: (a) (b)
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Name components which can be used to construct directory names as specified in ISO/IEC 9594 (X.500). Names for private management domains and administrative management domains under ISO/IEC 10021 (X.400). Sub-network independent network service access point (NSAP) addresses under the ISO DCC scheme described in ISO/IEC 8348. Unique numeric components which can be used to construct unambiguous object identifiers under the ISO scheme in accordance with ISO/IEC 8824 (ASN.1).

(c) (d)

NOTE: Each of these areas will be administered by the registration authority.

2 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS The following documents are referred to in this publication: ISO/IEC ITU-T 3166 7498 X.200 AS 2632 2777 AS/NZS 8348 X.213 2994 AS 8824 X.208 3625 Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Specification of Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1) Information technology Open Systems Interconnection The Directory Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Procedures for the operation of OSI registration authorities Part 1: General procedures Information technology Text communication Message-oriented text interchange systems Information technology Open Systems Interconnection Network service definition TITLE Codes for the representation of names of countries Information processing systems Open Systems Interconnection Basic reference model

9594 9834-1

X.500

4019 4153

4153.1 10021 X.400 4033

3 DEFINITIONS For the purpose of this publication, the definitions given in ISO/IEC 7498, ISO/IEC 8348 and ISO/IEC 10021 apply.

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