DA Destination address
SA Source address
CF Identification number for the message
CS Checksum byte used for error checking
below gives the addresses for each of the computers on the LAN.
A 00000001 (01 hex)
B 00000010 (02 hex)
C 00000011 (03 hex)
D 00000100 (04 hex)
You have been asked by your team leader to write a report based on the information
contained in Tables 3, 4 and 5 (this will be called LAN Report 1) for a message transmission
from computer A to computer D.
bytes: DA, SA and CF for the transmission of the message. The message identification
number is 00000111 (07 hex).
2. Explain why handshaking is not required.
Why is it (handshaking) not required?
I read a few things on here, and i think UDP might have something to do here
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