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. NTC 362 Complete Week 3 eek-3 Network Interconnections DQ’S Class Participation Activity: TCP/IP vs OSI Protocol Stacks Question: Pictorially model the TCP/IP protocol against the 7-layer OSI model. In your depiction, include the common protocols that fit in the various levels. Class Participation Activity: TCP vs. UDP Layer 4 Protocols Question: What is the difference between UDP and TCP? When would you use one over the other? Class Participation Activity: Connectionless vs. Connection Oriented packet networks Question: What are some of the advantages & disadvantages of connection oriented networks over connectionless networks. Give one example of each. Class Participation Activity: LAN vs. WAN Question: How do LANs and WANs compare in terms of reach, bandwidth, complexity, scalability and reliability? Justify your answer? Supporting Activity: Introduction to Packet Switching Question: Discuss the following: What is a packet? What is packet switching? How would you explain the concept of packet switching? What are the advantages and disadvantages of packet switching over circuit switching? Team Assignment: Learning Team: Diagram Current Local Campus Network in SIM Part II Your team has been tasked to determine the root cause of this problem. The analysis should begin by taking a holistic view of the network diagram to understand the topology. Then, progress through the OSI model to find the problem. Also, look for potential choke points that
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  • Summer '16
  • arnitaetsitty
  • Transmission Control Protocol, Class Participation Activity, X.25, potential choke points

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