EE450_HW3

EE450_HW3 - EE450, Fall 2006, Zahid Homework #3 Due...

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EE450, Fall 2006, Zahid Homework #3 Due Tuesday, September 2 6 Reading assignment: Review Chapter 2 for the material on DNS, HTTP, etc… to answer text problems Review class charts on Data Transmission and Multiplexing Read Chapter 5, sections 5.1 and 5.2 Text Problems Assignment: Chapter 2: Problems (page 171), #1, 4, 6, 7, 14, 15 Some useful definitions for problem #7 a) Non-Persistent http : In a non-persistent http a TCP connection is made for each request/response (i.e. the server will close the connection after every response) b) Persistent http without pipelining : In persistent http, the server leaves the TCP connection open for more requests after sending a response. The client issues a new request only when the previous response has been received. c) Persistent http with pipelining : Similar to the above definition except that the client can issue a new request before receiving the response to a previous request. When the server receives back-to-back requests it can send the objects back-to-back
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2008 for the course EE 450 taught by Professor Zahid during the Fall '06 term at USC.

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EE450_HW3 - EE450, Fall 2006, Zahid Homework #3 Due...

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