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Unformatted text preview: 5 client that hosts your browser. We will abstract the network path between your browser and the web server as a 100Mbps link. You can assume that the time it takes to transmit a GET message into the path is zero, but you should account for the time it takes to transmit the base file and the embedded objects into the "link." This means that the server- to- client “link” has both a 125 ms one- way propagation delay, as well as a transmission delay associated with it; review slide 40 in Chapter 1 if you are uncertain about the difference between transmission delay and propagation delay. In your answer below, make sure to take into account the time...
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