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Internet Protocol Suite

layer | _c___ 4. The TCP/IP Application layer also is known as the ____ layer because this is where the protocol stack interfaces with applications or processes on a host machine. a. | Session | c. | Process | b. | Network | d. | Transport | _d___ 5. Combining the various sources of outgoing data into a single output data stream is called ____. a. | segmentation | c. | protocol analysis | b. | demultiplexing | d. | multiplexing | ____ 6. Many PDUs include a characteristic closing...

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What is Internet? The Internet is a global system of interconnected computer networks that use the standard Internet protocol suite (TCP/IP) to serve billions of users worldwide. It is a network of networks that consists of millions of private, public, academic, business, and government networks, of local to global scope, that are linked by a broad array of electronic, wireless and optical networking technologies.  Brief History of the Internet The Internet originated in the late 1960s when the...

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Tcip and Ip Protocols

both small and large networks. Unlike some network layer protocols, TCP/IP is specifically designed to facilitate the routing of info over a network of arbitrary complexity. TCP/IP operates primarily at layers three and above, and includes provisions to allow it to function on almost any lower layer technology, including LANs, wireless LANs, and WANs of various sorts. One of the most amazing characteristics of TCP/IP is how scalable its protocols have proven to be. The TCP/IP standards are not proprietary...

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Internet Usage

What is the Internet? The Internet, also known as: the Net is the single worldwide computer network that interconnects other computer networks, on which end-user services, such as World Wide Web sites, enabling data and other information to be exchanged the Internet is a worldwide network of thousands of computers and computer networks. It is a public, voluntary, and cooperative effort between the connected institutions and is not owned or operated by any single organization. The History...

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Networking Topologies and Tcp/Ip Protocol

Networking Topologies and TCP/IP protocol Bus Topology It just doesn't get much simpler than the physical bus topology when it comes to connecting nodes on a Local Area Network (LAN). The most common implementation of a linear bus topology is IEEE 802.3 Ethernet. All devices in a bus topology are connected to a single cable called the bus, backbone, or ether. The transmission medium has a physical beginning and an end. All connections must be terminated with a resistor to keep data transmissions...

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Osi vs Tcp/Ip

industry that create and develop software and hardware that are all compatible with each other. This paper will discuss and describe the 7 layers of the Open System Interconnection model (OSI model) and the layers of the Transport Control Protocol/Internet Protocol model (TCP/IP model), and explain the similarities and differences of each model. The 7 layers of the OSI model consist of: The Application layer (layer 7), The Presentation layer (layer 6), The Session layer (layer 5), The Transport layer...

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Brief History

devices to make the interconnections between LANs. Internetwork * A global mesh of interconnected networks (internetworks) meets these human communication needs. * The most well-known and widely used publicly-accessible internetwork is the Internet. Intranet * The term intranet is often used to refer to a private connection of LANs and WANs that belongs to an organization, and is designed to be accessible only by the organization's members, employees, or others with authorization. ...

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Simple Network Management Protocal

Simple Network Management  Protocol ‐Background Protocol Background •In April 1989, SNMP was born. •It s an Application Layer Protocol •It’s an Application Layer Protocol •Facilitates the Exchange of Management Information  between network devices and is Part of TCP/IP suit b kd i di f C / i •SNMP enables network administrators to :‐ – Manage network performance. – Find and solve network problems Find and solve network problems. – Plan for network growth. •Mainly SNMP is a request‐and‐response protocol. The Simple Network Management ...

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Compare and Contrast Tcp/Ip and Osi Models

The two, OSI and TCP/IP are Standardized Protocol Architectures developed specifically for: 1. Devices to communicate 2. Vendors to have more marketable products 3. Customers to insist on standards based equipment The OSI is a reference model whilst TCP/IP is the suite which is the most widely used. Description of Open Systems Interconnection (OSI Model) Developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) It is made up of seven layers and each layer: 1. performs a subset...

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with the Internet? Ans= some form of TCP/IP 2. What kind of applications might use a sensor to local area network layout? Ans= Assembly line robotic control devices, oven temperature controls 3. Why is network architecture useful? Ans= allows for compatibility between products and allows products to interoperates. 4. List the seven layers of the OSI model. Ans= *Application *Presentation *Session *Transport *Network *Data link *Physical 5. List the five layers of the TCP/IP protocol suite. How do...

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