Date of Award

6-1-2001

Document Type

Thesis (Undergraduate)

Department

Department of Computer Science

First Advisor

David M. Nicol

Abstract

This paper discusses TCP/IP networking, and in particular, the DaSSF implementation of TCP/IP. The paper reviews the protocols, outlines the implementation design, and demonstrates some tests. In addition, some performance and memory usage analysis is performed. We find DaSSF TCP/IP to be a viable option to the existing SSF. DaSSF TCP/IP is faster and uses less memory so we can simulate larger, more complex, models.

Comments

Originally posted in the Dartmouth College Computer Science Technical Report Series, number TR2001-407.

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