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ECET 375

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Chapter 1-Questions 1-3: Discuss the relationship between network architecture and protocol   1-5: Define the following terms: protocol, connection-orientated protocols, connectionless protocols, and protocol stacks.   1-11: Briefly describe the seven layers of the O..
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Objective: In this lab you will explore: a)Internet RFCs b)RS-232 Communication data format c)Cables and Connectors ECET 375 Week 1 iLab Exploring Internet Standards, RS-232 Communication, and Connectors Objectives: During lab we explored Internet RFCs, RS-232 Communic..
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Chapter 2: 10, 11, 12, 16, 17 Chapter 5: 1, 2, 5, 8 Chapter 6: 3, 5 Chapter 13: 2, 5, 7, 12, 13, 19 ..
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ECET 375 Week 2 iLab Calculating Spectrum and Linear Filtering in MatLab Objectives This lab is intended to explore signal spectrums and filtering operations using MatLab. Running pre-written MatLab scripts and altering these codes to perform specific tasks will be necessary to develop th..
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ECET 375 Week 3 iLab Exploring A Digital Transmission System ..
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Chapter 16 16.2 - What is meant by a primary station? A secondary station? 16.6 – Briefly describe the poll/select line discipline. 16.8 – Briefly describe the sliding window method of flow control. 16.9 – What is the difference between character- and bit oriented protocols? ..
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ECET 375 Week 4 iLab Exploring Internet Protocol Hierarchy and the Ethernet Layer Objective: In this lab, you will explore a)Internet Protocol Hierarchy b)ARP protocol and Ethernet Layer operation Required Equipment: A PC with Wireshark program installed Following file..
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Chapter 18: 2) Determine the contents of the length field for MAC frame for the following conditions:   3) An Ethernet address of 07-01-02-03-04-05 is what type of address? ..
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Objectives: This lab was the exploration of the DHCP protocol operation and the IP protocol operation using Wireshark and two .PCAP captured files. Results: The results showed that the DHCP was easy to follow in how it configured the client for a temporary IP address, along with a l..
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Chapter 20-Questions Pg-652-654 20-1: What is the primary purpose of using subnetting? 20-2: List and describe several reasons why network designers create subnetting. 20-3: Explain the differences between default masksandsubnet masks. 20-7: Explain the reasons for u..
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Objectives The purpose of these lab procedures is to visually see how the Ping and Traceroute Applications work. This will be done using WireShark and a precaptured file “ecet-375RemotePingTracert.pcap”. The use of IP and ICMP protocols in diagnostic testing will be accomplished by writing th..
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Discussion: TCP (Transport Control Protocol) and UDP (User Datagram Protocol) operate at the Transport layer of the Internet Protocol Hierarchy. They deliver information between Internet applications. To identify the applications running on a host, Internet transport layer uses port numbers, ..
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