OPNET LAB 3 - single channel to one specified node it...

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John Jenkins CIT 370 OPNET Lab 3 February 10, 2007
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Topic: o To measure the effect of a change from a hub to a switch on an Ethernet LAN. Objectives: o To determine to what extent the change from hub to switch has on throughput measures when a simulation is ran. o The model was implemented upon the premise that a hub, having no processing features, will perform quickly, though it will be slowed by transmitting data to all nodes. The switch will be slower due to processing functions, but by virtue of its transmission traveling on one
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Unformatted text preview: single channel to one specified node it could be faster than the hub. Implementation: o The model was created based upon a 10BaseT network in a star topology with the hub as the center node and 12 workstations connected. o According to instructions, the devices will generate traffic at an average rate of one 1000 byte packet per every 5 milliseconds which equals 1.6 Mbps. The duration of the simulation was set at 2 minutes. Results, Answers and Conclusion:...
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