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2010 Michael Rabbat ECSE 414, Lecture 3 3 Review Question Suppose N packets arrive simultaneously to a link No packets are currently in the queue Each packet is of length L bits The link has a transmission rate of R bits per second The link is 150km long (assume 2x10 8 meters/sec prop. speed) What is the average queuing delay for the N packets? 1 2 3 4
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2010 Michael Rabbat ECSE 414, Lecture 3 4 Review Question (Answer) Let d i be the queuing delay experienced by the i th packet in the queue (where i =1 is the first packet and i = N is the last packet in queue) The transmission delay (time to transmit one packet) is L / R secs So, the queuing delay experienced by the first packet is d 1 = 0 the second packet is d 2 = L / R the k th packet is d k = ( k -1) L / R Therefore, the average queuing delay is (Arithmetic series)
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2010 Michael Rabbat ECSE 414, Lecture 3 18 Questions You click on a webpage. (a) Suppose the webpage contains 1 very small html
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Unformatted text preview: file. How many RTTs does it take to obtain the file (assuming negligible transmission time)? (b) The html file indexes 3 very small JPEG objects. How many RTTs does it take to acquire the page and the objects with: (i) Non-persistent HTTP and no parallel TCP connections? (ii) Non-persistent HTTP with parallel TCP connections? (iii) Persistent HTTP with pipelining? 2010 Michael Rabbat ECSE 414, Lecture 3 19 Questions You click on a webpage. (a) Suppose the webpage contains 1 very small html file. How many RTTs does it take to obtain the file (assuming negligible transmission time)? 2 (b) The html file indexes 3 very small JPEG objects. How many RTTs does it take to acquire the page and the objects with: (i) Non-persistent HTTP and no parallel TCP connections? 8 (ii) Non-persistent HTTP with parallel TCP connections? 4 (iii) Persistent HTTP with pipelining? 3...
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