CS 348: Problem-Solving Tutorial 3
Do problems from the textbook (Computer Networks, by Petersen-Davie, 5th Edition):
Chapter 3: Exercises from 61-64.
Chapter 5: Exercises from 1-46.
Chapter 6: Exercises from 16-32.
For in-class tutorial:
Chapter 3: Exerc
(10%) 1. Calculate the bandwidth >< delay product for the following links. Use one-way delay,
measured from rst bit sent to rst bit received.
(a) A 1.5Mbps T1 link, with a transcontinental oneway delay of 50ms.
(b) A 1.5-Mbps T1 link through a satellite i
CS312 Final Review
Chapters: Congestion Control, Network Security, Applications
Final Exam Format:
Multiple choice Questions
Short Answer Questions
Long Answer Questions
Use printed class material or laptops (I do not encourage use of phones)
Presented By: Sarah J. Andrabi
Used Images with permission from the authors
Wired MAC Protocols use CSMA/CD for collisions
The transmitter simultaneously transmits and listens for
If collision, then immediate abort
Lab Session 1
Wireshark - TCP/IP Protocol Analysis
Contact: [email protected]
The book we are using (Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the
Internet) offers some labs that use Wireshark to dig in
These Slides have been adapted from the originals made available by J. Kurose and K. Ross
All material copyright 1992009
J.F Kurose and K.W. Ross, All Rights Reserved
Switching and Forwarding
3.1 Switching and Forwarding
3.2 Bridges and LAN Switches
3.3 Cell Switching (ATM)
3.4 Implementation and Performance
Two limitations on the directly connected networks
limit on how many hosts can be attached, examples
Traditional telephone networks operate on the basis of circuit switching. A call
setup process reserves resources (time slots) along a path so that the stream of
voice samples can be transmitted with very low delay acro