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

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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).

5. The operator makes the request: Connect to Host B. 6. d. 7. d. 8. d. 9. CP-A opens a management file to supervise the communication session (exchange of messages) and allocates buffer memory to effect speed changing between the faster internal host circuits and the slower external communication circuits. 10. d. The request to send message includes the identity of Host A and a password. TLFeBOOK 30 Data Communication 11. CP-B consults the list of hosts from which it is permitted to accept messages.

Unstuffs zeros, unscrambles). • Passes a clean logical symbol stream to the data link layer. 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.

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