Networking and Data Communications

Networking and Data Communications

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Designed for any introductory networking or data communications course. This laboratory manual is designed for the purpose of enhancing the understanding of concepts discussed in a variety of networks and data communications texts. This manual represents a work of dedication and collaboration by faculty from universities and colleges across the country.show more

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  • Paperback | 182 pages
  • 210.6 x 275.3 x 16.8mm | 385.56g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0130117021
  • 9780130117021

Table of contents

I. PHYSICAL LAYER. Bandwidth, by William Teeter. Simulation and Analysis of Pulse Code Modulation (PCM), by Peter Sanderson. Summary of the Next Seven Exercises, by Shakil Akhtar. Asynchronous Byte (Character) Transfers, by Shakil Akhtar. II. DATA LINK LAYER. Data Frame Transfers, by Shakil Akhtar. Bidirectional Frame Transfers, by Shakil Akhtar Addressed Frame Broadcast and Reception, by Shakil Akhtar. CSMA Medium Access Scheme, by Shakil Akhtar. CSMA/CD Medium Access Scheme, by Shakil Akhtar. Token-Bus Medium-Access Scheme, by Shakil Akhtar. Simulation of Simplex Stop-and-Wait with PAR, by Peter Sanderson. Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) Generating and Receiving Circuits, by Essaid Bouktache. Sliding Window Protocol, by Ann Burroughs. III. CLIENT/SERVER COMPUTING - NETWORK AND TRANSPORT LAYERS. Introduction to Client/Server Message Passing in the TCP/IP UNIX and Internet Domains, by Ted Mims. Advanced Client/Server UNIX Network Programming in the TCP/IP UNIX and Internet Domains, by Ted Mims. Creating an International Time Zone Server and Client with UNIX Sockets Programming, by Ann Burroughs. Airlines Reservation System, by William Teeter. Dining Philosophers, by Daisy F. Sang. Dining Philosophers II, by Daisy F. Sang. Three-Way Talk: An Extension to UNIX Two-Way Talk Laboratory, by Lawrence J. Osborne. 911 Dispatcher Laboratory, by Lawrence Osborne. Network Programming with Sockets, by Samir and Ahlam Tanouri. Inter-Applet Communication, by Francis S. Grodzinsky and Sherman Corning. IV. NETWORK AND PERFORMANCE EXPERIMENTS. A LAN Protocol Analyzer: "LANdecoder", by Essaid Bouktache. A Commkit Wide Area Network Emulator, by Essaid Bouktache. Experimenting with Message Delay, Collision Frequency, and Number of Simultaneous Users on a CMSA/CD Local Area Network, by Ann Burroughs. Ethernet vs. Token Ring, by Frances S. Grodzinsky. Data Compression Laboratory, by Frances S. Grodzinsky and Ann Burroughs. FTP 'Til You Drop, by Frances Grodzinsky. Using Ping to Measure Response Time, by Frances S. Grodzinsky and Ann Burroughs. Pinging to Understand Latency, by Kamyar Dezhgosha. Traceroute, by Ann Burroughs. Sniffer Lab (Capture the Packet), by Bruce Elenbogen. Ethernet vs. Token Bus, by Bruce Elenbogen. Performance Measurements in Sockets Communications, by Kamyar Dezhgosha. Impact of Traffic Patterns on Communications Networks: M/M/1, M/D/1, D/D/1, by Juan Carlos Olabe and M. Olabe. Modeling, Parametrization and Validation of Real Network Traffic, by Juan Carlos Olabe and M.A. Olabe. Experimental Design in Computer Networks: A Case Study, by Juan Carlos Olabe and M.A. Olabe. V. WEB-BASED LABS. Constructing a Web-based Tutorial about High-Speed Modems, by Ann Burroughs. HTML Laboratory, by Lawrence J. Osborne. VI. NETWORKING PC's. Converting a Standalone Windows-3.11 PC to a Networked PC, by Samir and Ahlam Tannouri. Converting a Standalone Windows-95 PC to a Networked PC, by Samir and Ahlam Tannouri. Linking Two Computers, by Samir and Ahlam Tannouri. VII. NOVELL NETWARE LABS. Novell NetWare (3.12) Installation, by Nazir Al-houlou and Mohannad Murad. Establishing User Accounts Using the SYSCON Utility Using Novell Netware (3.12), by Nizar Al-houlou and Mohannad Murad. Login Scripts Using Novell NetWare (3.12), by Nazir Al-houlou and Mohannad Murad. Network Security, Organization and Control Using Novell Netware (3.12), by Nazir Al-houlou and Mohannad Murad.show more