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Assignment 1 File Transfer Tool Part I: Create a file transfer tool using UDP/IP. 1. The assignment: Using the unreliable UDP/IP protocol, you should write a tool that reliably copies a file to another machine. The tool consists of two programs: ncp - the sender process. rcv - the receiver process. In order to perform a file transfer operation, a receiver process (rcv) should be run on the target machine. A sender process (ncp) should be run on the source machine using the following interface: ncp<source_file_name><dest_file_name>@<comp_name> where<comp_name> is the name of the computer where the server runs A receiver process (rcv) should handle an UNLIMITED number of file-transfer operations, but it is allowed to handle one operation at a time (sequence them). If a sender comes along while the receiver is busy, the sender should be blocked until the receiver completes the current transfer. The sender should know about this and report this.
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  • Spring '14
  • Computer program, file transfer, Sender process, file transfer tool

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