Due: See class webpage.
There are N = 10 nodes connected to the token ring network.
A node is allowed to transmit 1 packet when it receives the token.
When a node receives the token and transmits a message, the message must return back to the sending node and then the node will pass the token to the next node in the ring.
We assume that all messages have the same length and each message is 1500 bytes long.
The distance between any 2 nodes is the same and it takes 1.0 msec (milli sec) for a message to travel to the next node in the token ring.
We define the token rotation time Trot to be the time between 2 consecutive arrivals of the token at the same node.