- 5.R1: Consider the transportation analogy in Section 5.1.1. If the passen...
- 5.R2: If all the links in the Internet were to provide reliable delivery ...
- 5.R3: What are some of the possible services that a link-layer protocol c...
- 5.R4: Suppose two nodes start to transmit at the same time a packet of le...
- 5.R5: In Section 5.3, we listed four desirable characteristics of a broad...
- 5.R6: In CSMA/CD, after the fifth collision, what is the probability that...
- 5.R7: Describe polling and token-passing protocols using the analogy of c...
- 5.R8: Why would the token-ring protocol be inefficient if a LAN had a ver...
- 5.R9: How big is the MAC address space? The IPv4 address space? The IPv6a...
- 5.R10: Suppose nodes A, B, and C each attach to the same broadcast LAN (th...
- 5.R11: Why is an ARP query sent within a broadcast frame? Why is an ARPres...
- 5.R12: For the network in Figure 5.19, the router has two ARP modules, eac...
- 5.R13: Compare the frame structures for 10BASE-T, 100BASE-T, and Gigabit E...
- 5.R14: Consider Figure 5.15. How many subnetworks are there, in the addres...
- 5.R15: What is the maximum number of VLANs that can be configured on a swi...
- 5.R16: Suppose that N switches supporting K VLAN groups are to be connecte...
- 5.P1: Suppose the information content of a packet is the bit pattern 1110...
- 5.P2: Show (give an example other than the one in Figure 5.5) that two-di...
- 5.P3: Suppose the information portion of a packet (D in Figure 5.3) conta...
- 5.P4: Consider the previous problem, but instead suppose these 10 bytes c...
- 5.P5: Consider the 7-bit generator, G=10011, and suppose that D has the v...
- 5.P6: Consider the previous problem, but suppose that D has the valuea. 1...
- 5.P7: In this problem, we explore some of the properties of the CRC. For ...
- 5.P8: In Section 5.3, we provided an outline of the derivation of the eff...
- 5.P9: Show that the maximum efficiency of pure ALOHA is 1/(2e). Note: Thi...
- 5.P10: Consider two nodes, A and B, that use the slotted ALOHA protocol to...
- 5.P11: Suppose four active nodesnodes A, B, C and Dare competing for acces...
- 5.P12: Graph the efficiency of slotted ALOHA and pure ALOHA as a function ...
- 5.P13: Consider a broadcast channel with N nodes and a transmission rate o...
- 5.P14: Consider three LANs interconnected by two routers, as shown in Figu...
- 5.P15: Consider Figure 5.33. Now we replace the router between subnets 1 a...
- 5.P16: Consider the previous problem, but suppose now that the router betw...
- 5.P17: Recall that with the CSMA/CD protocol, the adapter waits K 512 bit ...
- 5.P18: Suppose nodes Aand B are on the same 10 Mbps broadcast channel, and...
- 5.P19: Suppose nodes A and B are on the same 10 Mbps broadcast channel, an...
- 5.P20: In this problem, you will derive the efficiency of a CSMA/CD-like m...
- 5.P21: Consider Figure 5.33 in problem P14. Provide MAC addresses and IPad...
- 5.P22: Suppose now that the leftmost router in Figure 5.33 is replaced by ...
- 5.P23: Consider Figure 5.15. Suppose that all links are 100 Mbps. What is ...
- 5.P24: Suppose the three departmental switches in Figure 5.15 are replaced...
- 5.P25: Suppose that all the switches in Figure 5.15 are replaced by hubs. ...
- 5.P26: Lets consider the operation of a learning switch in the context of ...
- 5.P27: In this problem, we explore the use of small packets for Voice-over...
- 5.P28: Consider the single switch VLAN in Figure 5.25, and assume an exter...
- 5.P29: Consider the MPLS network shown in Figure 5.29, and suppose that ro...
- 5.P30: Consider again the same scenario as in the previous problem, but su...
- 5.P31: In this problem, you will put together much of what you have learne...
- 5.P32: Consider the data center network with hierarchical topology in Figu...
- 5.P33: Consider the hierarchical network in Figure 5.30 and suppose that t...

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