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Networks And Sockets

Designed by Simon

This KLA is transcribed from the SIGCSE 2004 Special Session on KLAs.

Overview To KLA

Summary: To be added

Learning Goals: At the end of this exercise, students will understand...

accepting server socket

Course And Level: 200 and up

Class Size: > 3

Preparation Time: about 0 min

Execution Time: about 5-10 min


Planning For KLA

Materials: none

Preparation:
Select 3 volunteers.

As always, read this description carefully and practice the KLA before using it in class!

Execution Of KLA

Description:
1.All sockets seated
2.Server socket stands (creation)
3.Server socket extends arm (listen)
4.Server socket wiggles fingers (accept)
5.Client socket stands (creation)
6.Client socket extends arm and and grabs server sockets hand (bind)
7.Server gets connection socket to stand
8.Server brings client's and connection's hands together
9.Client and connection hold hands (connection established)
10.Server extends arm and wiggles hand again (accept)


Variants And Extra Topics: To be added.

Constraints On KLA

Would your KLA work if your students had the following constraints:
Limited Vision:
Limited Hearing:
Limited Mobility: Not if many were constrained.
Trouble Speaking:
Touch Aversion: Not if many were constrained.
Other:

Pitfalls Of KLA

Feedback And Use Notes

Feedback:
Is 200 sophomore level? Not everyone uses the same numbering scheme.
Step 5- bind is done by server, not client (that's really the connect step described)
Do you want a 4th item? - the os? It's the one that connects the server socket to the client not the server socket per se.
Generally, a good idea.
Neat, but onyl involves 3 students as stated. Could more be involved?
Could you involve more students as network traffic that want to flow fron client to server?


Use Notes: add your use notes here!


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