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ECET 465

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ECET 465 Week 1 Homework (Chapters 1 and 5) .....
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Scenario/Summary: One’s understanding of network protocols can often be greatly deepened by “seeing protocols in action” and by “playing around with protocols” – observing the sequence of messages exchanged between two protocol entities, delving down into the details of protocol operation, an.....
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ECET 465 Homework week2   Chapter 4 Review Questions R2. What are the two most important network layer functions in a datagram network? What are the three most important network layer functions in a virtual circuit network? R4. Do the routers in both datagram networks and.....
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Week 2 - IP Protocol This lab is due on Sunday, at the end of Week 2. Scenario/Summary: In this lab, we’ll investigate the IP protocol, focusing on the IP datagram. We’ll do so by analyzing a trace of IP datagrams sent and received by an execution of the tracerouteprogram (the tr.....
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Chapter 3 Review Questions R4. Describe why an application developer might choose to run an application over UDP rather than TCP. R6. Is it possible for an application to enjoy reliable data transfer even when the application runs over UDP? If so, how? R8. Suppose that .....
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ECET 465 Week 3 iLab Router Configuration .....
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The week 4 class project is a simulation of major components and their setup configurations that would be needed to create a network. More specifically, we will be using routers, switches, hosts, and different connections between them for physically transmitting. We are also going to look at the .....
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TCP Lab: Scenario/Summary: In this lab, we’ll investigate the behavior of TCP in detail. We’ll do so by analyzing a trace of the TCP segments sent and received in transferring a 150KB file (containing the text of Lewis Carrol’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland) from your comp.....
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Chapter 2 Review Questions SECTION 2.1 R.1. List five nonproprietary Internet applications and the application-layer protocols that they use. R.8 List the four broad classes of services that a transport protocol can provide. For each of the service classes, indicate if either UDP or T.....
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We know that HTTP, FTP, and SMTP all use TCP. DNS and SNMP use UDP. TCP offers reliable transport, while UDP is “best-effort.” When you design your own distributed applications, you will need to decide whether to use TCP or UDP. We are going to study differences between TCP and UDP implementation.....
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Homework – Chapter 6 Questions: R1, R3, R5, R8, R14, R16, R18, R19, R21 Chapter 6 Problems: P6, P7, P9, P10, P11, P14 .....
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ECET 465 Week 7 iLab .....
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In this lab, we investigate the 802.11 wireless network protocol. A trace of captured 802.11 frames is provided to analyze. This trace was collected using AirPcap and Wireshark running on a computer in the home network of one of the authors, consisting of a Linksys 802.11g combined access poi.....
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