IEG3310hw2 with solution

IEG3310hw2 with solution - IEG 3310 2nd semester 2009...

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IEG 3310, 2 nd semester 2009 Homework 2 Due on Noon, 16 th Mar (Monday), 2009 Every Student MUST include the following statement, together with his/her signature in the submitted homework. “I understand the University guidelines on academic h onesty as shown in the web page and I agree to comply with the guidelines. I declare that I do not plagiarize or cheat in any way that violates the spirit of the guidelines. I understand the severity of disciplinary action should the guidelines be violated. Signed (Student _____________________) Date: _____________________
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Question 1 Consider a client running HTTP version 1.1 that wants to retrieve a web document at a given URL. The IP address of the HTTP server is initially unknown. The Web document at the URL has two embedded GIF images that reside at the same server as the original web document. (1) What transport and application-layer protocols besides HTTP are needed in this scenario?
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  • Spring '10
  • WingC.Lau
  • Flow control, IP address, Transmission Control Protocol, TCP connection, Web document

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