HW01 - R4,R11,R23 R4:List six access technologies Classify...

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R4,R11,R23 R4:List six access technologies Classify each one as residential access, company access, or mobile access Solution: No. Access Technology 1 Dial-up (provides a maximum transmission rate of 56kbps) Residential access 2 Digital subscriber line (DSL) (Transmission rates of 1 to 2 Mbps downstream and 128kbps to 1 Mbps upstream) Residential access 3 Cable (Transmission rates of more than 1 Mbps. It’s a shared broadcast medium ) Residential access 4 Ethernet (Transmission rates of 100 Mbps access to users and 1 Gbps access to servers) Institutions/Companies access 5 Wireless LAN (WiFi) (Shared transmission rates upto 54 Mbps) Residential, Company access 6 Wide area wireless access Mobile access R11: What advantage does a circuit-switched network have over a packet-switched network? Circuit-switched network has a dedicated end to end connection between two hosts with certain guaranteed amount of bandwidth reserved for the duration of the communication sessions between the end systems. Packet Switched networks do not have any
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