CS 371

CS 371 - for this basically a router. Nodes were connected...

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CS 371  TCP/IP TEST Transmission Control Protocol Internet Protocol TCP operates at a higher level. It is concerned only with the 2 end systems. IP address- 32 bits Almost running out of them. When developed they didn’t realize this would  happen DOD- 1960’s- funded a proposal to experiment how to link computers and  exchange data 1969- experiment happened in California colleges. ARCNET.  By 1972- 50 packet switch nodes ARCNET- 1975- experiment network   operational network 50 microcomputers across contintental United States. There was a packet  switch node present at each site and did switching of packets. Used only 
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Unformatted text preview: for this basically a router. Nodes were connected by digital leave lines operating at 56 KB/s Each node had up to 20+ ports that provided a connection to a host. ARCNET was used only for experimenting. Not made for expansion 1822 Protocol- permitted to send a packete across the ARCNET. Could not handle heavy traffic A man named Vin Surf suggested new protocols ARCNET demonstrated that they wanted to connect heterogenous networks (computers with different protocols) New protocol would be independent of underlying network Version...
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2010 for the course CS 371 taught by Professor Petrovic during the Spring '10 term at Iona.

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