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Test: Switching Techniques - Question 1

Which of the following is not an application layer service?

Detailed Solution for Test: Switching Techniques - Question 1

Application layer is the topmost layer in the OSI model. Network virtual terminal, mail service, file transfer, access and management are all services of the application layer. It uses protocols like HTTP, FTP, and DNS etc. to provide these services.

Test: Switching Techniques - Question 2

As the resources are reserved between two communicating end systems in circuit switching, ___________ is achieved.

Detailed Solution for Test: Switching Techniques - Question 2

Circuit switching is connection oriented and is always implemented in the physical layer. Once a path is set, all transmission occurs through the same path. It is used since the early times in telephonic systems.

Test: Switching Techniques - Question 3

What are the Methods to move data through a network of links and switches?

Detailed Solution for Test: Switching Techniques - Question 3

Packet switching and Circuit switching are two different types of switching methods used to connect the multiple communicating devices with one another. Packet switching is used in conventional LAN systems and circuit switching is used in telephonic systems.

Test: Switching Techniques - Question 4

Most packet switches use this principle ____________

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The packet switch will not transmit the first bit to outbound link until it receives the entire packet. If the entire packet is not received and the time-out period expires, the packet switch will inform the sender to resend the part of packet or the entire packet based on the algorithm being used.

Test: Switching Techniques - Question 5

In _________ systems, resources are allocated on demand.

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In packet switching, the bits are received in out of order and need to be assembled at the receiver end, whereas in the case of Circuit switching, all the bits are received in order. All transmissions may not occur through the same path in case of packet switching.

Test: Switching Techniques - Question 6

The required resources for communication between end systems are reserved for the duration of the session between end systems in ________ method.

Detailed Solution for Test: Switching Techniques - Question 6

In circuit switching, a physical path between the sender and receiver is established. This path is maintained until the connection is needed. Circuit switching is implemented in the Physical layer and is used in telephonic systems.

Test: Switching Techniques - Question 7

If there are N routers from source to destination, the total end to end delay in sending packet P(L-> number of bits in the packet R-> transmission rate) is equal to ______________

Detailed Solution for Test: Switching Techniques - Question 7

The equation to find the end to end delay when no. of bits, transmission rate and no. of routers is given by (N*L)/R. The total end to end delay, that is, nodal delay is the sum of all, the processing delay, queuing delay, transmission delay and propagation delay.

Test: Switching Techniques - Question 8

A local telephone network is an example of a _______ network.

Detailed Solution for Test: Switching Techniques - Question 8

Circuit switching is connection oriented switching technique, whereas in the case of packet switching, it is connectionless. Circuit switching is implemented in the Physical layer, whereas packet switching is implemented in the Network layer. Internet too is based on the concept of circuit switching.

Test: Switching Techniques - Question 9

Which of the following switch methods creates a point-to-point physical connection between two or more computers?

Detailed Solution for Test: Switching Techniques - Question 9

Circuit switching is a switching technique in which a point-to-point physical connection is made between two or more devices.
For example: Telephone system, in which sender and receiver are connected by physical connection, such as wire.

Test: Switching Techniques - Question 10

In which of the following switching methods, the message is divided into small packets?

Detailed Solution for Test: Switching Techniques - Question 10

In packet switching, the message is divided into small parts. These small parts of the message are called packets, and each packet has its own source and destination address. Each packet is transmitted forward in the network only on the basis of these addresses.

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