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TCP is sending data at $\text{1 megabyte per second}$. If the sequence number starts with $92000$, how long does it take before the sequence number goes back to zero?

  1. $7295.12$
  2. $6295.87$
  3. $7592.86$
  4. $4294.87$
asked in Computer Networks by Boss (17.2k points) | 66 views

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Sequence no = 32 bit

so total no of possible sequence no $2^{32}$

1M sequence no in 1 second

so $2^{32}$-92000+1 sequence no in $\frac{2^{32}-92000+1}{10^{6}}$ =4294.87
answered by Junior (809 points)

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