What is TCP/IP and How It Work
The Internet works by using a protocol called TCP/IP, or Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. In base terms, TCP/IP allows one computer to talk to another computer via the Internet through compiling...
DDoS Attack in Wireless Ad hoc Networks
DDoS Attack in Wireless Ad hoc Networks?The wireless ad hoc networks are highly vulnerable to distributed denial of service(DDoS) attacks because of its unique characteristics such as open...
Difference between transmission delay and propagation delay?
Propagation delay is how long it takes one bit to travel from one end of the "wire" to the other (it's proportional to the length of the wire,...
Wireless and Mobile Networks (Ad-Hoc Networks)
Advantages and Applications.
Cellular VS Ad-Hoc Networks.
Technical Challenges and Issues.
Ad-Hoc Wireless Media Access Protocols.
Once a highly available, fault-tolerant, multi-layer campus network has been built, network services such as DNS, DHCP, TFTP, and NTP can be deployed. These topics are addressed in the following individual sections: