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|Sr. No. |Chapter | |Starting with: | | |001 |TCP / IP (Transmission Control / Internet protocol) | |101 |ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) | |201 |RARP (Reverse Address Resolution Protocol) | |301 |RIP (Routing Information Protocol) | |401 |OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) Protocol | |501 |BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) | |601 |Socket Programming (using TCP and UDP socket) | |701 |RMI (Remote Method Invocation) | |801 |CORBA | |901 |Wireless LAN |
| | | | | |TCP / IP (Transmission Control / Internet protocol) | | | | | | |001 |What is fragmentation? Why is it required to fragment an IP datagram? |8 | | |Explain the functions of the following fields related to fragmentation in an IP Datagram: | | | |i) Identification | | | |ii) Flags | | | |iii) Fragmentation Offset. | | | |Explain fragmentation offset with an example. (May 2006) | | | | | | | |Answer: | | | |A datagram can travel through different networks. Each router de-capsulates the IP datagram from the frame it receives, | | | |processes it and then encapsulates it in another frame. The format and size of the received frame depends on the | | | |protocol used by the physical network though which the frame has just traveled. | | | | |...