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By Aftab Ahmad

ISBN-10: 0306477939

ISBN-13: 9780306477935

Data verbal exchange ideas for fastened and instant Networks makes a speciality of the actual and information hyperlink layers. integrated are examples that observe to a diverse diversity of upper point protocols equivalent to TCP/IP, OSI and packet dependent instant networks. functionality modeling is brought for newcomers requiring easy arithmetic. Separate dialogue has been incorporated on instant mobile networks functionality and at the simulation of networks. during the e-book, instant LANS has been given a similar point of therapy as fastened community protocols. it really is assumed that readers will be accustomed to uncomplicated arithmetic and feature a few wisdom of binary quantity structures.
Data conversation ideas for fastened and instant Networks is for college students on the senior undergraduate and primary yr graduate degrees. it might probably even be used as a reference paintings for pros operating within the parts of information networks, machine networks and web protocols.

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The Data Link Control Layer (DLC) The DLC layer is located right above the physical layer. It provides for a logical connection between directly connected computers and other devices via a wire or through air/space. The meaning of directly connected can be confusing as sometime the data link layer operation exists between two computers separated by many other computers. An example of such connection is a Local Area Network (LAN). However, the data received is not changed by an intervening computer – thus ascertaining the ‘direct connection’.

Being the most popular architecture, TCP/IP suite really changed the way we live. Yet, there is no reference model for this architecture. That does not, however, alter the need to study and understand it. The fact of the matter is that we use OSI-RM to study TCP/IP more often than a protocol suite using entirely OSI protocols. Point of discussion: What is the difference between a reference model and a protocol suite? 2. The TCP/IP Protocol Suite The main power of the Internet lies in two protocols, the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and the Internet Protocol (IP).

5: What is network architecture? 6: How can a LAN and WAN be differentiated from each other? 7: What does ISO stand for and what is its purpose? 8: What does OSI-RM stand for and what is an open system? 2. Network Architectures Examples As seen towards the end of Chapter 1, protocols are organized into layers and architectures. We define and distinguish among networks from the protocol architectures used in their design and operation. In this chapter, we will look at some of the important reference models and actual protocol architectures.

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