Chapter 11 Review Questions
11.5. List and briefly define the types of operation provided by the LLC protocol.
Multiplexing protocols It multiplexes the protocols when being transmitted over the MAC
layer and also decodes that
Week 4 Unit 4 Assignment 1
Review Questions 9.1, 9.4 - 9.7:
9.1 Why is it useful to have more than one possible path through a network for each
pair of stations?
It improves the reliability in the event that a path fails.
9.4 What ar
Week 2 Unit 2 Assignment 1
Review Questions 6.1 to 6.3:
What is a parity bit?
A parity bit is a single bit added to a binary data transmission used to indicate if whether
the 0's and 1's within that data transmission is an even o
15.4 Briefly describe the credit scheme used by TCP for flow control.
The credit scheme basically decouples the acknowledgment from the flow control. A credit
scheme segment may be acknowledged without granting new cr
Unit 5 Assignment 1
Chapter 14 Problems
14.3 What is the header overhead in the IP protocol?
The TCP or the UDP header.
14.15. What is the difference between the subnet mask for a Class A address with 16 bits for
A single route is made from the source destination pair of the nodes in the network. The
routes are determined
23.1 What is traffic engineering?
Traffic engineering sets network paths, manages the flow of packets and other resources within
the network. Traffic engineering is also known as tele traffic engineering and traffic
Week 1 HW
Chapter 2 Review
1. What is a protocol?
Protocol: The peer layers communicate by means of formatted blocks of data that obey
a set of rules or conventions in a system. also known as a digital set of rules for d