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    Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) are a suite of protocols designed for large-scale internetworks that span LAN and WAN environments. TCP/IP are communication protocols that are used to handle traffic on the internet and other networks. The two most important protocols are the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and the Internet Protocol (IP). These are today the standard networking protocols and were created from a synthesis of a number of earlier developments in the 1960’s and 1970’s. TCP/IP protocols were developed in the early 1970’s by scientists Vint Cerf and Bob Kahn. They developed the TCP/IP protocols as part of Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARFA) which was part of a research network that had…

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    First appeared in early 1970’systems, There are two kinds of sockets: 1, the connection oriented socket based on TCP 2, connectionless sockets based on user Datagram Protocol (UDP). *The TCP type sockets guarantee data arrives in the correct order, but the user Datagram protocol (UDP) does not. One of the main differences between (” socket” and “server socket “) is; * Socket implemented at the client side to send request to the port of the machine where the server socket is listing. But…

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    The Rise Of Ipv6 Analysis

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    it helps to know what IPv4 or IPv6 is and why they differences matter. Originally, the Department of Defense researched and developed some of the core principles that gave birth to the internet as it is known today. In the beginning it was called the Advanced Research Projects Agency Network or ARPANET. When the ARPANET transitioned to the internet, “from network control protocol (NCP) to TCP/IP” (Yannakogeorgos 105). TCP and IP are separate protocols used in conjunction,“to connect with other…

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    several universities in the Northeast. CSNET (computer science network) was formed to link university researchers who did not have access to ARPAnet. In 1986, NSFNET was created to provide access to NSF-sponsored supercomputing centers. Starting with an initial backbone speed of 56 kbps, NSFNET’s backbone would be running at 1.5 Mbps by the end of the decade and would serve as a primary backbone linking regional networks. In the ARPAnet community, many of the final pieces of today’s Internet…

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    Big E Banking Case Study

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    This report investigates three mini cases as provided by the brief (insert book title), these include Big E. Bank, Global consultants and Atlas advertising. The first mini case Big E. Banking (BEB) discusses the problems with connecting networks together over a wide area, all using different protocols to communicate. The second mini case addresses the problems with software acquisition including the methods used to communicate across different software products. The third mini case investigates…

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    Nt1310 Final Exam Paper

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    2.3 What is Protocol? Protocol is defined as a set of Rules which governs the communication to a network Between the Layers. In Order to establish a communication in a network Successfully, These are the Following Example: File Transfer Protocol, Simple Mail Transfer Protocol. 2.4 What is a protocol data unit (PDU)? Protocol Data Unit is the both the Data from Next Higher Communication layer and Total Control Information, in simple it the Combination of Bothe the Higher Layer and Information. …

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    Nt2580 Unit 6 Lab 1

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    OMIS 660 Business Computing Environment and Network Lab - 1 REPORT TCP: Transmission Control Protocol SUMMARY: The idea of TCP congestion control is for each sender to determine the available capacity in the network so that it knows how many packets can be safely transmitted. The congestion window is a state variable for each connection which is used by the sender to limit how much data a sender can transmit into the network before receiving an acknowledgement. This report…

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    TCP/IP protocol suite. I will also be describing the type and functions of entities and the service they provide. A) The way communications are done between a computers on a network is through protocol suits. The most used protocol suite and commonly available protocol suite is TCP/IP protocol suite. A protocol suit contains a layered structural design where each layer represents some functionality which can be passed out by a protocol. Each layer usually contains more than one protocol options…

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    the router memory to infinite cannot control congestion because even if routers have an infinite amount of memory, congestion gets worse, because by the time packets reach to the front of the queue, they have already timed out (repeatedly), and duplicates have been sent. 2. Flow Control vs Congestion Control It ensures that the sender only sends what the receiver can handle. The congestion control makes sure that everyone across a network has a "fair" amount of access to network resources, at…

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    Agree, even if the router has infinite amount of memory congestion does not get controlled on the contrary it gets worse. Memory increase causes the rate of the arriving packets to be more but the outgoing packets rate decreases. Once the packets get to the front of the queue they have already time out over and over again; in addition, duplicates of these packets are forward to the next router, causing an increase of load all the way to the final destination. 2. Compare the following: • Flow…

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