IT 105 Fall 2018 Assignment 9.docx - Dana Witsman HW Assignment 9 General policy for all assignments \u2022 Late or unsuccessful submission of the

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Dana Witsman HW Assignment 9 General policy for all assignments: Late or unsuccessful submission of the assignment is 0 credit on the assignment. This policy is strictly applied. Submit your assignment in PDF format on the specified due date in course schedule, and before the deadline that is 11:30 PM. This is an individual assignment. Sharing your solution, copying from others, or copy- pasting from lecture slides is considered plagiarism. The penalty in the course policy for such act is 0 for the assignment in the first time, and F in the course for the second time. Submit your answer to BB on or before the due date. Please remember that late submission or failing to submit the assignment has 0 credit. You may not share your answers with other students. 1- (10 points) Explain the correlation between OSI and TCP/IP model. Then provide example protocols for Applications and Transport layers in TCP/IP model. The TCP/IP model does not use all of the OSI layers. The TCP/IP model sits atop the physical and data link layers. Slide 6 2- (5 points) Explain the difference between TCP and UDP Transport protocols. TCP is connection oriented. UDP is connectionless. Slide 8 3- (4 points) Answer the following questions based on the format of a TCP packet: a. How many bits are reserved for control information? 12 bytes= 96 bits b. How many bits is reserved for source address? 2 bytes= 16 bits c. How many bits is reserved for destination address?
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