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    Computing the Last Byte Number

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    Two stations running TCP/IP are engaged in transferring a file. This file is 10KB long, and the payload size is 100 bytes, and the negotiated window size is 2000 bytes. The sender receives an ACK 900 from the receiver.

    a). Which bytes will be sent next?

    b). what is the last byte number that can be sent without an ACK being sent by the receiver?

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    a). Which bytes will be sent next?

    Since the sender receives an ACK 900 from the receiver, but there ...

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    The solution gives detailed steps on computing the last byte number that can be sent without an ACK and figuring out the bytes that will be sent next.

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