wq18-hw2-sol.pdf - ECS 152A\/EEC 173A Computer Networks Winter 2018 Assignment 2 Solutions TA Sabid Rahman 1 Text(Kurose 7th Ed pp 171 Review Question

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ECS 152A/EEC 173A – Computer Networks – Winter 2018 Assignment 2 – Solutions, TA - Sabid Rahman 1. Text (Kurose, 7th Ed.), pp. 171, Review Question R4 (5 points)No, in a P2P file-sharing application, the peer that is receiving a file is typically the client and the peer that is sending the file is typically the server. 2. Text (Kurose, 7th Ed.), pp. 171, Review Question R7 (5 points) One such example is remote word processing, for example, with Google docs. However, because Google docs runs over the Internet (using TCP), timing guarantees are not provided. 3. Text (Kurose, 7th Ed.), pp. 171, Review Question R13 (5 points) Web caching can bring the desired content “closer” to the user, possibly to the same LAN to which the user’s host is connected. Web caching can reduce the delay for all objects, even objects that are not cached, since caching reduces the traffic on links. 4. Text (Kurose, 7th Ed.), pp. 171, Review Question R14 (10 points) Telnet is not available in Windows 7 by default. to make it available, go to Control Panel, Programs and Features, Turn Windows Features On or Off, Check Telnet client. To start Telnet, in Windows command prompt, issue the following
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