In this course, we deal with the general issues regarding packet switching networks. We discuss packet networks from two perspectives. One perspective involves external view of the network, and is concerned with services that the network provides to the transport layer that operates above it at the end systems. The second perspective is concerned with the internal operation of a network, including approaches directing information across the network, addressing and routing procedures, as well as congestion control inside the network.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM PACKET SWITCHING NETWORKS AND ALGORITHMS
Course videos were pretty much monotonous.
Assignments were pretty good and challenging.
Simply awesome.Content,Assignments everything is very good.Learned a lot.
Very useful course, gained knowledge in Deapth about computer networks
Thank you so much, Sir, I can't explain how this course helps me in my research work. I will use this as my references in my research work. Thank you. Good content, Good resources.
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