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MISY 3312: Introduction to Telecommunications Fall 2012-2013 Instructor: Dr. Blaine T. Garfolo Exam 2 Review Questions Study Questions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5....

1. Compare and contrast the three types of addresses used in a network.
2. What is a subnet and why do networks need them?
3. What is routing? What is the function of a datagram?
4. What happens to a packet of data as it travels down each of the layers? That is what happens to its physical make-up.
5. Discuss the three broad classes of Mac Protocols.
6. What is a mechanism for detecting if there is a conflict between two data packets on a transmission channel.
7. What is the function of the Data-Link Layer
8. What is the function of the Network Layer

MISY 3312: Introduction to Telecommunications Fall 2012-2013 Instructor: Dr. Blaine T. Garfolo Exam 2 Review Questions Study Questions 1. Compare and contrast the three types of addresses used in a network. 2. What is a subnet and why do networks need them? 3. What is routing? What is the function of a datagram? 4. What happens to a packet of data as it travels down each of the layers? That is what happens to its physical make-up. 5. Discuss the three broad classes of Mac Protocols. 6. What is a mechanism for detecting if there is a conflict between two data packets on a transmission channel. 7. What is the function of the Data-Link Layer 8. What is the function of the Network Layer
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