Past Exam for ECE 4564 - Network Application Design at Virginia Tech (VT)

Exam Information

Material Type:Mid-Term 1
Class:ECE 4564 - Network Application Design
Subject:Electrical & Computer Engineer
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 2006
  • Application
  • Correct Method
  • Provided That
  • Transmission Control
  • Assumptions
  • The Message
  • Network Application
  • Traditional
  • Disadvantages
  • Port Numbers
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ECE 4564 xrhombus Midterm Exam xrhombus Fall 2006 Page 1 of 8 Virginia Tech ECE 4564: Network Application Design Midterm Exam xrhombus Fall 2006 Part A: Multiple Choice: Choose the best answer for each question. If unclear, state any assumptions that you make in answering the question. (3 points each). 1. The following is a key difference between TCP and UDP. (a) TCP provides a reliable datagram service, while UDP provides a best-effort datagram service. (b) TCP provides a reliable stream service, while UDP provides a best-effort datagram service. (c) TCP uses a header, so it is less efficient than UDP which is a "header-less" protocol. (d) TCP uses port numbers to identify process- or application-level end-points, while UDP does not use port numbers. Answer: (b). Only answer (b) is true. 2. An HTTP user agent running on a host with Microsoft Windows as the operating system can successfully access a server running on a host with Linux as the operating system. What makes this...

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