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BS ISO/IEC 29341-24-1:2017 Information technology. UPnP Device Architecture Internet gateway device control protocol. Level 2. Internet gateway device

BS ISO/IEC 29341-24-1:2017

Information technology. UPnP Device Architecture Internet gateway device control protocol. Level 2. Internet gateway device

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Standard number:BS ISO/IEC 29341-24-1:2017
Pages:34
Released:2017-09-22
ISBN:978 0 580 90851 4
Status:Standard
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BS ISO/IEC 29341-24-1:2017


This standard BS ISO/IEC 29341-24-1:2017 Information technology. UPnP Device Architecture is classified in these ICS categories:
  • 35.200 Interface and interconnection equipment

This document specifies the characteristics of a device that manages connectivity to the Internet as an “edge” device between a residential Local Area Network and a Wide Area Network. The gateway can be physically implemented as a standalone device, or logically as a set of UPnP devices and services on a PC. This specified device is intended to be controlled from inside the home network. Control from outside the home network typically requires access control mechanisms that are outside the scope of this document. This specified device is also not intended for use with small business networks.

This document defines version 2 of the device named InternetGatewayDevice. It is a UPnP root device, and is identified by the UPnP device type InternetGatewayDevice:2. It is compliant with the UPnP Device Architecture, Versions 1.0 and 1.1 ([15] and [16], respectively). InternetGatewayDevice:2 encapsulates several sub-devices and services that collectively comprise the Internet Gateway Device Control Protocol (DCP).

Figure 1 is a conceptual illustration of a generic Internet Gateway device consisting of one or more physical WAN and LAN interfaces.

Figure 1InternetGatewayDevice with LAN and WAN Interfaces

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