[ee122] Lisa not available 10am-10pm tomorrow
fowler at eecs.berkeley.edu
Mon Nov 12 21:49:33 PST 2007
I apologize to the last-minute folks, but I will be stuck in an
airplane or transit related vehicles/establishments from 10am-10pm
tomorrow and will thus not be available to answer specific questions
during that time. If you have questions, ask them tonight and I will
respond in the morning, or ask them later to the list or directly to
Professor Paxson. With the power of the Internet on my phone, I will
be able to answer **SHORT** questions when I'm in an airport at around
4-5pm, so feel free to send me short non-time-critical questions.
I've answered a few questions already on the list and to people in
private. Here are some frequently asked questions:
* Do headers have to be word-aligned? -- Not necessarily, but argue
* Do we need checksums? -- If you decide you want or need a checksum,
don't kill yourself with the math. A parity bit is sufficient.
* If such-and-such is provided by an underlying layer, and we want to
use that pre-existing feature, can we? -- Yes.
* How detailed do our FSMs need to be? -- As detailed as necessary.
Feel free to have several at different "granularities".
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