NETW320 Week 4 Lab Report
1. Read through the lab instructions before executing the lab steps and creating the report.
2. Follow all procedures in the lab instructions for the items you will need to include in your report.
3. After executing all steps contained in the lab instructions, submit a single Word document containing your report to the Dropbox.
You may need to refer to the OPNET documentation to obtain additional information needed to execute a step, solve a problem, or build the simulation. In other instances, you may need to do research within your textbook or other online resources to understand and answer a question.
When you encounter the symbol, a question is asked and must be answered in your lab report.
Example: 3 => question number 3.
Answer each and every question in the lab. Note: There may be additional questions at the end of the lab: don’t forget those.
Create your report using the template starting on page 2 and submit it to the Week 4 Dropbox by the due date.
Have fun while learning!
Your Name Terry Johnson
NETW320, Professor’s Name Noel Broman
Current Date 8/2/14
Lab #4, IPv4 TOS and Router Queuing
1 In the Results Browser, expand e-mail and select Download Response Time (sec). Change the view from As Is to Time Average and select the Show button. Copy and label this graph to your lab report. Then use this graph to answer the following questions (note in your estimations, disregard the first 1/3 of the graph to allow for start-up oscillation time to stabilize).
1. For the FIFO run, estimate the E-mail Download Response Time.
Download Response Time estimate elapsed between sending request for emails and receiving emails from email server in the network. This time includes signaling delay for the connection setup. Download response time for FIFO queuing profile is 2.58043.
2. For the PQ run, estimate the E-mail Download Response Time.