Describe four strategies by which a sending TS user can learn the address of a receiving TS user.

What are the strategies of sending TS user can learn the address of a receiving TS user?

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"(1) The TS user knows the address it wishes to use ahead of time. This is basically a system configuration function. For example, a process may be running that is only of concern to a limited number of TS users, such as a process that collects statistics on performance. From time to time, a central network management routine connects to the process to obtain the statistics. These processes generally are not, and should not be, well known and accessible to all. (2) Some commonly used services are assigned ""well-known addresses. (3) A name server is provided. The TS user requests a service by some generic or global name. The request is sent to the name server, which does a directory lookup and returns an address. The transport entity then proceeds with the connection. This service is useful for commonly used applications that change location from time to time. (4) In some cases, the target user is to be a process that is spawned at request time. The initiating user can send a process request to a well-known address. The user at that address is a privileged system process that will spawn the new process and return an address."

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