Coordinate Geometry

Coordinate Geometry – The Best Tricks to crack competitive exams

Coordinate Geometry -  Hello our readers! In this post, we'll look at the various concepts of one of the most important aspects of mathematics Coordinate Geometry. In the notes given below, various concepts of coordinate geometry will...
Trigonometric

Trigonometry notes tricks for easily scoring high marks in Maths exams

Trigonometry for easily scoring high marks in Maths exams - We know that our readers like quick notes to get them high marks in any type of exams. Today we thought of giving you the...
Routing Principles, Routing and Overview, DVR and LSR - Part 4/5

Routing Principles, Routing and Overview, DVR and LSR – Part 4/5

The control plane One of the objectives of the control plane in the network layer is to maintain the routing tables that are used on all routers. As indicated earlier, a routing table is a data structure...
Routing Principles, Routing and Overview, DVR and LSR - Part 3

Routing Principles, Routing and Overview, DVR and LSR – Part 3/5

Virtual circuit organisation (Routing Principles, Routing and Overview, DVR and LSR)The main advantage of the datagram organisation is its simplicity. The principles of this organisation can easily be understood. Furthermore, it allows a host to...
Routing Principles, Routing and Overview, DVR and LSR Part 2

Routing Principles, Routing and Overview, DVR and LSR – Part 2/5

(Routing Principles, Routing and Overview, DVR and LSR) The independence of the network layer from the underlying data link layer is a key principle of the network layer. It ensures that the network layer...
Routing Principles, Routing and Overview, DVR and LSR - Part 1

Routing Principles, Routing and Overview, DVR and LSR – Part 1/5

The network layer The transport layer enables the applications to efficiently and reliably exchange data. Transport layer entities expect to be able to send a segment to any destination without having to understand anything about...
IP Multicasting

IP Multicasting

IP multicasting overview Unicasting is the sending of network traffic to an endpoint. Multicasting is the sending of network traffic to a group of endpoints. Only those members of the group of endpoints that are...
Advanced Computing Network- Quiz

Advanced Computing Network- Quiz

Advanced Computing Network- Quiz   Q-1 In Reverse Path Forwarding (RPF), router receives a packet and extracts the Protocol Address Source Address IP Address Standard Address Q-2 A network can receive a multicast packet from a particular source...
Advanced Computing Network - Assignments

ADVANCED COMPUTER NETWORKS – Assignments

ADVANCED COMPUTER NETWORKS   ASSIGNMENT-1 Compare and contrast distance vector routing with link state routing. Why do OSPF messages propagate faster than RIP messages? Explain RIP, OSPF and RIP message formats. Write short notes on : ...
ARP RARP ICMP

ARP RARP ICMP Protocol

ARP RARP ICMP Protocol Address Mapping The delivery of a packet to a host or a router requires two levels of addressing: logical and physical. We need to be able to map a logical address to...