11 - Ownership, service paradigm and performance Classifies...

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Ownership, service paradigm and performance Classifies networks according to ownership - public vs. private type of service - connection oriented vs. connectionless performance - delay and throughput
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Ownership - public vs. private Private network owned by the people that use it usually LANs combined with private switches and leased lines Public network owned and operated by an independent service provider any subscriber can potentially communicate with any other subscriber
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Service paradigm We know that LANs and WANs transfer packets that are wrapped up as frames However, a network may provide a service (interface) to its computers that hides this connection-oriented connectionless
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Connection oriented Establish a connection Form a data path - a connection Provide a stream interface Either computer can close the connection
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Connectionless Whenever a computer has data to send it wraps it in a frame supplies a destination address passes it to the network
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