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Answer: A: Apply Dijkstra&#39;s and Bellman Ford&#39;s algorithm to the given network as sh
... **PART 1: USING DIJKSTRA'S ALGORITHM:** Let node 1 --> A, 2 --> B, 3 --> C, 4 --> D, 5 --> E, 6 --> F. Step 1: Starting node is A. Enter it into group P as shown in the table a. Add neighbours B, C, F to temporary group T. **Table a:** |Permanent (T) | Temporary (T) | |---| ...
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Answer: A: Identify class of following IP addresses:
... **(I) 200.58.20.165** The above IP address belongs to class C. Class C Address - Class C IP addresses range from 192.0.0.x to 223.255.255.x. The default subnet mask for Class C is 255.255.255.x. - Class C gives 2097152 (221) Network addresses and 254 (28-2) Host addresses. **(II) 128.167.23.20 ...
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Answer: A: What is piggybacking? Give an example of piggybacked frame. Sketch the appropria
... - In two way communication, Whenever a data frame is received, the receiver waits and does not send the control frame (acknowledgement) back to the sender immediately. - The receiver waits until its network layer passes in the next data packet. The delayed acknowledgement is then attached to this o ...
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Answer: A: List and explain different ARQ techniques. Specify the maximum window size for e
... The different ARQ techniques used are as follows: a. Sliding Window flow control b. Stop and Wait ARQ c. Go-Back-N ARQ d. Selective repeat ARQ **Sliding Window** - In this flow control mechanism, both sender and receiver agree on the number of data-frames after which the acknowledgement shoul ...
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Answer: A: In Go-Back-N ARQ, the size of the send window must be less than 2^m.
... - Consider the possible case described in following diagram in which the window size is same as the sequence number spaces, i.e S=N. ![enter image description here][1] - Here, in above image, The sequence number spaces is denoted by: 2^m, where m is the size of the sequence number field of header ...
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Answer: A: Draw and discuss the Ethernet frame format.
... **Ethernet Frame format** ![enter image description here][1] The basic frame consists of seven elements as follows: **Preamble (PRE)** - This is seven bytes long and it consists of a pattern of alternating ones and zeros, and this informs the receiving stations that a frame is starting as well a ...
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Answer: A: Compare SMTP and HTTP.
... | Parameter | SMTP | HTTP | |---|---|---| | Port number | 25 | 80 | | Type of band transfer | Inband | Inband | | Type of Protocol | Push protocol (primarily) | Pull protocol (mainly) | | Type of transfer | Transfers mails via mail services | Transfers files between web server and web ...
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Answer: A: What is subnetting? List advantages and disadvantages of the same.
... **Subnetting** - Subnetting allows you to divide one physical network whether a class A, B, or C into several smaller logical subnetworks. - The main idea of subnetting is borrowing bits from the host IP address and using them to create one or more networks within the network. - Furthermore, I ...
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Answer: A: Define utilization or efficiency of the line and derive the expression for stop
... **Protocol performance:** - The throughput efficiency is the measure of the performance of an ARQ protocol. For any channel a certain bandwidth and bit error rate are specified. - For such a channel there will be an optimum operating condition that will support for the maximum "Net Data Throughp ...
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Answer: A: Distinguish between Go Back N ARQ and selective reject ARQ Sketch the frame flow
... | Protocol | Go Back N ARQ| Selective repeat ARQ | |---|---|---| | Bandwidth utilization | Medium | High | | Maximum sender window size | 2^ m-1 | 2^(m-1) | | Maximum receiver window size | 1 | 2^(m-1) | | Pipelining | Implemented | Implemented | | Out of order frames | Discarded | Acce ...
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