What is the advantage of Go-Back-N protocol?
What is the N in Go-Back-N and what is it used for?
In Go-Back-N, N determines the sender’s window size, and the size of the receiver’s window is always 1.
Why the name is go back N ARQ?
That’s why it is called Go Back N. Go back means sender has to go back N places from the last transmitted packet in the unacknowledged window and not from the point where the packet is lost.
What is the difference between GBN and SR protocol?
What are protocols?
In networking, a protocol is a set of rules for formatting and processing data. Network protocols are like a common language for computers. The computers within a network may use vastly different software and hardware; however, the use of protocols enables them to communicate with each other regardless.
What is the efficiency of Go-Back-N protocol?
What is better Go-Back-N or selective repeat?
Is TCP Go-Back-N or selective repeat?
What is drawback of Go-Back-N protocol?
Does Go-Back-N or selective repeat use bandwidth more efficiently?
Which protocol – Go-Back-N or Selective-Repeat – makes more efficient use of network bandwidth? … Answer: Selective repeat makes more efficient use of network bandwidth since it only retransmits those messages lost at the receiver (or prematurely timed out).
Where are both selective repeat and Go-Back-N protocol used?
Discussion ForumQue.Both Go-Back-N and Selective-Repeat Protocols use a _________.b.sliding windowc.sliding packetd.none of the aboveAnswer:sliding window•Sep 22, 2021
Which feature of TCP comes from Go-Back-N?
As Go Back N acknowledges the packed cumulatively, it rejects out-of-order packets, As Selective Repeat supports receiving out-of-order packets (it sorts the window after receiving the packets), it uses Independent Acknowledgement to acknowledge the packets.