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Chapter 5 - Transport Layer Protocols Review Review of attempt 1

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Question1
Marks: 9

Match each item with a statement below.


Assigned to the key or core servicesthat systems offer.
Well-know n port numbers

Assigned to the Router Information Protocol.


UDP port number 520

Assigned to the Extended File Name Server process.


TCP port number 520

A connection-oriented protocol.
TCP

The first error-detection and error-recovery mechanism.


Retransmission timer

States that when small data segments are being sent, but not acknowledged, no other small segments can be sent.
Nagle algorithm

Contains a number that uniquely identifies the TCP segment.


Sequence number field

Indicates the next expected sequence number from the other side of the communication.

Acknow ledgement number field

Indicates the size of the TCP receiver buffer in bytes.


Window size field

Correct Marks for this submission: 9/9.

Question2
Marks: 1

TCP half-open connections occur when the handshake process does not end successfully with a final ACK. Answer: True False

Correct Marks for this submission: 1/1.

Question3
Marks: 1

TCP keep-alives are enabled by default on Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003, and Windows XP, although any application may disable TCP keep-alives, if desired by its programmer. Answer: True False

Correct Marks for this submission: 1/1.

Question4
Marks: 1

UDP is the only connectionless TCP/IP protocol at the Transport layer. Answer: True False

Correct Marks for this submission: 1/1.

Question5
Marks: 1

UDP offers connection-oriented services with sequencing, error recovery, and a sliding window mechanism. Answer: True False

Correct Marks for this submission: 1/1.

Question6
Marks: 1

When the Protocol field of an IP header contains the value 17 (0x11), the UDP header follows the IP header. Answer: True False

Correct Marks for this submission: 1/1.


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