/*
* C# Program to Establish Client Server Relationship
*/
/SERVER PROGRAM
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Text;
using System.Net;
using System.Net.Sockets;
namespace MyServer4104
cfw_
class Program
cfw_
static void Main(strin
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ANSI-standard data types and SQL Server equivalents
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Exact Numerics
Approximate
Numerics
(not all values in the data type range
can be represented exactly)
n is the number between 1 and 53.
n specifies number of bits that are used
Internet Routing Protocols
Routers
are responsible for receiving and forwarding
packets through the interconnected set of networks
Makes routing decisions based on knowledge of the
topology and traffic/delay conditions of the internet
Routers exchange ro
CHAPTER 19
Routing
Summary
Routing in packetswitching networks
Characteristics
Routing strategies
Examples: Routing in
ARPANET
First generation:
Distance Vector
Routing
Second generation:
Link-State Routing
Third generation
Internet routing
protocols
Auto
ARPANET Routing Strategies
1st Generation
Distance Vector Routing
1969
Distributed adaptive using estimated delay
Queue length used as estimate of delay
Version of Bellman-Ford algorithm
Node exchanges delay vector with neighbors
Update routing table bas
CHAPTER 15
Transport Protocols
Application
Provides ccess to the
TCP/IP environment for
users and also provides
distributed information
services.
SMTP, FTP, SSH, HTTP
Transport
Transfer of data between
end points. May provide
error control, flow control,
Connection Establishment
and Termination
Serves
Is
three main purposes:
Allows each end to assure that the other
exists
Allows exchange or negotiation of optional
parameters
Triggers allocation of transport
entity resources
by mutual agreement
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Introduction to Computer Networks
Miguel A. Labrador
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
labrador@csee.usf.edu
http:/www.csee.usf.edu/~labrador
1
Dr. Miguel A. Labrador
Roadmap
1.1 What is the Internet?
1.2 Network edge
1.3 Network core
1.4 Netwo
Introduction to Computer Networks
Miguel A. Labrador
Department of Computer Science & Engineering
labrador@csee.usf.edu
http:/www.csee.usf.edu/~labrador
1
Dr. Miguel A. Labrador
Roadmap
1.1 What is the Internet?
1.2 Network edge
1.3 Network core
1.4 Netwo
9/17/2014
Chapter 2
Applications and
Layered Architectures
Sockets
Socket API
API (Application Programming Interface)
Berkeley UNIX Sockets API
Provides a standard set of functions that can be
called by applications
Abstraction for applications to send &
9/8/2011
Chapter 2
Applications and
Layered Architectures
Sockets
Socket API
z
API (Application Programming Interface)
z
z
Berkeley UNIX Sockets API
z
z
z
z
z
z
z
Provides a standard set of functions that can be
called by applications
Abstraction for appl
Comprehensive Final Exam for Computer Networks (CNT 6215)
Fall 2011
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Welcome to the comprehensive Final Exam for Computer Networks. Read each problem carefully. There are 10
required problems each worth 10 points. There is also an additional
Comprehensive Final Exam for Computer Networks (CNT 6215)
Fall 2012
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Welcome to the comprehensive Final Exam for Computer Networks. Read each problem carefully. There are 10
required problems each worth 10 points. There is also an additional
Midterm Exam for Computer Networks (CNT 6215)
Fall 2011
> SOLUTIONS <
Welcome to the Midterm Exam for Computer Networks. Read each problem carefully. There are eight required
problems (each worth 12 points you get 4 points for correctly following these in
Midterm Exam for Computer Networks (CNT 6215)
Fall 2012
> SOLUTIONS <
Welcome to the Midterm Exam for Computer Networks. Read each problem carefully. There are eight required
problems (each worth 12 points you get 4 points for correctly following these in
Solutions to Mini-Project #2 for Computer Networks (Fall 2012)
1) For the CTMC below do the following.
Write and then solve as three equations in three unknowns the Q matrix.
Use uniformization to convert the Q matrix to a P matrix. Give the P matrix an
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required problems (each worth 12 points you get 4 points just for submitting the exam).
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Fall 2003
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Welcome to Exam #2 in Computer Networks (CIS 6930). You have 75 minutes. Read each problem carefully.
There are eight required problems (each worth 12.5 points) and one extra credit problem
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Welcome to the Final Exam for Computer Networks. Read each problem carefully. There are ten required
problems (each problem is worth 10 points). There is also an additional extra credit question wor
Exam #1 for Computer Networks (CIS 6930) > SOLUTIONS <
Fall 2003
Welcome to Exam #1 in Computer Networks (CIS 6930). You have 75 minutes. Read each problem carefully. There are eight required problems (each worth 12.5 points) and one extra credit problem
Comprehensive Final Exam for Computer Networks
Spring 2006
> SOLUTIONS <
Welcome to the comprehensive final exam for Computer Networks. Read each problem carefully. There are ten required problems each worth 10 points and one extra credit problem worth 10