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# Write a program using your favorite programming language to model a network. total number of packets to be transmitted is 1000 packets distributed equally among the active hosts.

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Write a program using your favorite programming language to model a network.

The total number of packets to be transmitted is 1000 packets distributed equally among the active hosts. Every 𝜇𝜇𝜇𝜇 each active host tries to send a packet using the p-persistent method.

Your program should compute the following:

• Total delay = time in 𝜇𝜇𝜇𝜇 needed to send all 1000
• Average number of collision = total number of collisions / total delay. If two or more hosts attempt to send packets, total number of collisions is
• Average utilization = total utilization / total delay. Total utilization is incremented if the network is utilized, that is, whenever a host(s) sends a packet(s). Notice that the network is also utilized if a collision

Run your program to complete the following table:

 Probability (p) No active hosts Packets per host Total delay (us) Avg. collision Avg. utilization (%) 0.25 2 500 3 333 4 250 5 200 0.5 2 500 3 333 4 250 5 200 0.75 2 500 3 333 4 250 5 200

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