Tcp Connection

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Transport Services Provided by the Internet
Transport Services Provided by the Internet

Up until this point, we have been studying transport services that a computer network could provide generally. Let's now get more particular and look at the type of application support provided by the Internet. The Internet (and, more usually, TCP/IP networks) makes two

Tags transmission rate, tcp connection, throughput, network applications
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FTP Commands and Replies
FTP Commands and Replies

We finish this section with a brief discussion of some of the more common FTP commands and replies. The commands, from client to server, and replies, from server to client, are sent across the control connection in 7-bit ASCII format. Therefore, like HTTP commands, FTP

Tags ftp commands, tcp connection, remote host, http commands, server
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SMTP
SMTP

SMTP, defined in RFC 5321, is at the heart of Internet electronic mail. As mentioned above, SMTP transfers messages from senders mail servers to the recipients mail servers. SMTP is much older than HTTP. (The original SMTP RFC dates back to 1982, and SMTP was around long

Tags smtp, http, tcp connection, mail server
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Flow Control
Flow Control

Remember that the hosts on each side of a TCP connection set aside a receive buffer for the connection. When the TCP connection receives bytes that are correct and in sequence, it places the data in the receive buffer. The associated application process will read data from this

Tags receive buffer, congestion control, receive window, tcp connection
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TCP Connection Management
TCP Connection Management

In this section well examine how a TCP connection is established and torn down. Though this topic may not seem particularly exciting, it is important because TCP connection establishment can considerably add to perceived delays (for instance, when surfing the Web). Moreover,

Tags tcp connection, tcp segment, ip datagram, payload, router, synack segment
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Fairness
Fairness

Look at K TCP connections, each with a different end-to-end path, but all passing through a bottleneck link with transmission rate R bps. (By bottleneck link, we mean that for each connection, all the other links along the connection's path are not congested and have abundant

Tags transmission rate, bottleneck link, tcp connection, congestion window
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