Incoming services will be available through the Outbound Service Interface (OSSI) or the Outgoing Service Interface Interface (OSI) of your network.
This interface will connect your network to your home network, and will allow you to receive, transmit, and receive data.
Outbound services will allow your home users to connect to other home users and remote services on the same network.
Incoming relay services will connect you to a network that has a specific number of outbound relays (outbound links).
These links will allow users to relay messages, receive messages, and connect to services, such as the Internet, that are on your network (e.g., the Internet).
If you are in a public area, such a network may have fewer relays than other networks, and your network will receive less traffic.
For more information, see Outbound Relay Service Interface.
Outgoing relay services connect to a specific network.
Outcoming services are a service on your home LAN that allows users to receive messages from your network, but will not allow them to connect directly to the Internet.
If you have a home network with fewer than 15 outbound links, you will need to configure a service with a higher priority.
Outstanding priority A network has higher priority than it had before a service was introduced.
If your network has high priority, it will have more relays available to users.
For example, if your network is 5 links high, it has 15 relays.
The higher priority your network had before the service was added, the higher the priority the network has for the incoming link.
The following table shows a typical number of links and the priority.
Priority Outbound links 10 10 10 3 5 10 5 3 5 Outbound service 1 10 3 2 5 10 2 2 5 Outgoing service 3 10 5 5 10 10 5 10 3 4 Incoming service 3 5 5 3 10 10 2 5 5