dcn386w2011T1

dcn386w2011T1 - Describe both from a technical perspective...

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This is your mid-term test. It will be held in class during week seven. If any question should change then I will contact you using e-mail. No aids allowed. The test is called: ‘Penguins Progress’ 1. (6 marks) Contrast Analog Transmission with Digital Transmission. 2. (6 marks) Contrast Asynchronous Transmission with Synchronous Transmission. 3. (4 marks) Please describe how T1 multiplexing works and how it is used today. 4. (4 marks) What is Statistical Multiplexing and how does it work. 5. (6 marks) Both Rogers High Speed and Bell Canada (DSL) use a form of multiplexing.
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Unformatted text preview: Describe both from a technical perspective and form an opinion on what is better. 6. (5 marks) What does Ethernet do and how does it work. 7. (5 marks) What does TCP do and how does it work. 8. (5 marks) What does IP do and how does it work. 9. (4 marks) Please describe the function of RIP (Routing Information Protocol) and explain why it is best used with small networks. 10. (? marks) Answer the following subnet or configuration questions....
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course DCN 386 taught by Professor Allison during the Winter '10 term at Seneca.

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