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Ram_1234
How does an UNI differ from NNI ?
this question is related to high speed ntworking .
ivie
What are the subnet address ranges for the first 4 subnets of a Class C network address range 192.168.1.0?
Your company wants you to split a Class C network address range 192.168.1.0 into multiple subnets such that each subnet can support 7 hosts. (Hint: Re...
bodz_m
Network
list top to down the layers in the OSI reference model?
LastFortune
It is obvious that we need to have spanning trees for both unicasting and multicasting. How many leaves of the tree are involved in a transmission in each case?
It is obvious that we need to have spanning trees for both unicasting and multicasting.How many leaves of the tree are involved in a transmission in e...
LastFortune
Assume we want to connect two isolated hosts together to let each host communicate with the other. Do we need a link-layer switch between the two? Explain.
Assume we want to connect two isolated hosts together to let each host communicatewith the other. Do we need a link-layer switch between the two?Expla...
arien
Define the open concept?
I am doing a research work on communication networks. I could not understand open concept. Could someone explain it to me?
Ram_1234
How does an UNI differ from NNI ?
this question is related to high speed ntworking .
ivie
What are the subnet address ranges for the first 4 subnets of a Class C network address range 192.168.1.0?
Your company wants you to split a Class C network address range 192.168.1.0 into multiple subnets such that each subnet can support 7 hosts. (Hint: Re...
bodz_m
Network
list top to down the layers in the OSI reference model?
LastFortune
It is obvious that we need to have spanning trees for both unicasting and multicasting. How many leaves of the tree are involved in a transmission in each case?
It is obvious that we need to have spanning trees for both unicasting and multicasting.How many leaves of the tree are involved in a transmission in e...
LastFortune
Assume we want to connect two isolated hosts together to let each host communicate with the other. Do we need a link-layer switch between the two? Explain.
Assume we want to connect two isolated hosts together to let each host communicatewith the other. Do we need a link-layer switch between the two?Expla...
arold
What are the four causes, or components, of delay in a packet switched network? What can be done to reduce each of these components?
I am doing Research work in Networking delays. Could someone help me with the delay in packet switched networks and how they can be minimized?
arold
What is the key difference between distance-vector and link-state routing protocols in terms of how protocol messages are sent?
Today I attended a lecture regarding routing protocols. I am not clear with the concept of link-state routing protocol and distance vector protocol. I...
arold
What is the purpose of hierarchical address in the Internet? Explain how the hierarchical address is used in IP routing.
I study about IP addressing but could not understand the purpose of this hierarchical address. Please explain why and how this address is used?
arold
What is a bridge? What is a switch? What are the motivations to use bridges and switches?
I have studied about network topologies but I am confused with the terms Bridge and Switch are they different from one another?
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arold
What is a jitter buffer? How does it work? Why is it needed?
I am doing research work on various Buffer used in network topology. Could anyone explain about jitter buffer and its uses?
arien
What are the three desirable properties of secure communications?
I have to give a presentation on secure communication. I am looking for the properties that should be present in secure communication setup. If anyone...