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By Jerry FitzGerald, Alan Dennis

Over the last few years, many primary alterations have happened in facts communications and networking that would form the long run for many years to come.Updated with the newest advances within the field, Jerry FitzGerald and Alan Dennis' tenth variation of commercial facts Communications and Networking keeps to supply the basic options and state-of-the-art assurance purposes that scholars have to reach this fast-moving field. Authors FitzGerald and Dennis have constructed a origin and balanced presentation from which new applied sciences and purposes should be simply understood, evaluated, and in comparison.

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4 rules of HTTP define a specific PDU—called an HTTP packet—that all Web browsers must use when they request a Web page. For now, you can think of the HTTP packet as an envelope into which the user’s message (get the Web page) is placed. , return address, destination address), so too does the HTTP packet. The Web browser fills in the necessary information in the HTTP packet, drops the user’s request inside the packet, then passes the HTTP packet (containing the Web page request) to the transport layer.

FUTURE TRENDS By the year 2010, data communications will have grown faster and become more important than computer processing itself. Both go hand in hand, but we have moved from the computer era to the communication era. There are three major trends driving the future of communications and networking. All are interrelated, so it is difficult to consider one without the others. Pervasive Networking Pervasive networking means that communication networks will one day be everywhere; virtually any device will be able to communicate with any other device in the world.

Layer 4: Transport Layer The transport layer deals with end-to-end issues, such as procedures for entering and departing from the network. It establishes, maintains, and terminates logical connections for the transfer of data between the original sender and the final destination of the message. It is responsible for breaking a large data transmission into smaller packets (if needed), ensuring that all the packets have been received, eliminating duplicate packets, and performing flow control to ensure that no computer is overwhelmed by the number of messages it receives.

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