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By E. Bryan Carne

A reference consultant to the codes, protocols, networks, indications and kit that give the opportunity to speak utilizing TCP/IP.

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Peer-to-peer communication consists of the signals that represent the total frame passed between Systems 1 and 2. S. Department of Defense (DoD) was developing a data communication network. The objective was to enable the different networks and different computer systems deployed by organizations receiving ARPA funding to communicate. With time, ARPAnet became a four-layer model called the Internet, and the Internet has been adopted universally. 3 shows the approximate relationship between OSI and Internet models, and identifies the major tasks assigned to the four layers of the Internet model.

TLFeBOOK 30 Data Communication 11. CP-B consults the list of hosts from which it is permitted to accept messages. Host A and the password match an entry. 12. CP-B opens a management file to supervise the communication session and allocates buffer memory to effect speed changing in Host B. 13. CP-B sends a Ready to Receive message to CP-A. 14. CP-A notifies the operator that the connection is ready. 15. The operator logs on to Host B with a password and sends the request: Get yyyy. The request may include the size of the buffer allocated to receive yyyy and the maximum speed at which it can be received.

When sending, the DSU/CSU: • Converts the DTE signals to line code (namely, NRZI, 2B1Q, or other; see Appendix A). • Inserts zeros suppression codes, idle channel codes, unassigned channel codes, and alarm codes. Zero suppression coding eliminates the possibility of too many consecutive zeros. 1). 1). When receiving, the DSU/CSU: • Converts NRZI, 2B1Q, or other signals, to a signal format compatible with the DTE. • Removes the special codes inserted by the sending unit and notes the alarm information (if appropriate).

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