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2019-09-06 01:50:17 +0000 asked a question Use of reserved capacity in QoS guarantees in a network

Use of reserved capacity in QoS guarantees in a network when is reserved capacity used in QoS Guarantees? How is it bein

2019-09-05 16:15:46 +0000 asked a question downloading versus streaming data requirements

downloading versus streaming data requirements If 1 hour program (which is 7 Mbps) takes 42 minutes to download on a 10

2019-08-30 21:35:47 +0000 commented answer In TCP 3-way handshake, 3 segments will be sent (SYN, SYN/ACK, ACK). What happens if the third segment(ACK) is lost?

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2019-08-30 21:35:17 +0000 edited question It seems host does not receive segment 33 but it receives 32 and 34. This is related to TCP protocol. Is it because it utilizes 33 for ACK on the other host?

It seems host does not receive segment 33 but it receives 32 and 34. This is related to TCP protocol. It seems host does

2019-08-30 21:34:42 +0000 edited question It seems host does not receive segment 33 but it receives 32 and 34. This is related to TCP protocol. Is it because it utilizes 33 for ACK on the other host?

It seems host does not receive segment 43 but it receives 42 and 44. This is related to TCP protocol. It seems host does

2019-08-30 06:19:26 +0000 asked a question In TCP 3-way handshake, 3 segments will be sent (SYN, SYN/ACK, ACK). What happens if the third segment(ACK) is lost?

In TCP 3-way handshake, 3 segments will be sent (SYN, SYN/ACK, ACK). What happens if the third segment(ACK) is lost? In

2019-08-30 06:04:22 +0000 asked a question It seems host does not receive segment 33 but it receives 32 and 34. This is related to TCP protocol. Is it because it utilizes 33 for ACK on the other host?

It seems host does not receive segment 43 but it receives 42 and 44. This is related to TCP protocol. It seems host does

2019-08-30 00:35:05 +0000 commented answer If there is no network, copying data to DVD comes under which OSI layer? Can we even categorize into OSI protocols?

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2019-08-29 20:04:34 +0000 commented answer If there is no network, copying data to DVD comes under which OSI layer? Can we even categorize into OSI protocols?

Thank you for the prompt response. So if we have to categorize it in terms of 7 OSI layers, network should be there. Ple

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2019-08-29 19:21:22 +0000 edited question If there is no network, copying data to DVD comes under which OSI layer? Can we even categorize into OSI protocols?

If there is no network, copying data to DVD comes under which OSI layer? Can we even categorize into OSI protocols? If t

2019-08-29 19:15:34 +0000 asked a question If there is no network, copying data to DVD comes under which OSI layer? Can we even categorize into OSI protocols?

If there is no network, copying data to DVD comes under which OSI layer? Can we even categorize into OSI protocols? If t