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Introduction
1.1 The OSI model
1.2 LAN
Ethernet
2.2 The physical implementations
2.2.3 Implementations based on fibre
2.2.4 Wireless LAN
2.3 The data link layer
2.3.1 Introduction
2.3.2 MAC address
2.3.3 The Ethernet dataframe
2.3.4 CSMA/CD
2.4.1 The hub
2.4.2 The switch
2.5 IEEE802.1Q tagged frame
2.6 Power over Ethernet
2.6.1 PSE
2.6.2 PD
2.7 VLAN
2.7.1 Advantages of VLANs
2.7.2 Trunking
2.7.3 VLAN types
2.8 Network redundancy
2.8.1 Introduction
2.8.2 The Spanning Tree Protocol
2.8.3 The Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol
2.8.4 Bridge Protocol Data Units (BPDUs)
2.8.5 Multiple Spanning Tree Protocol (MSTP)
2.8.6 Media Redundancy Protocol
2.8.7 Parallel Redundancy Protocol
2.9 Important additions
2.9.1 LLDP
2.9.2 IEEE 802.1x
2.9.3 Link Aggregation with LACP to IEEE 802.3ad
2.10 Industrial Ethernet
3.1 Introduction
3.2 The Internet Protocol (IP)
3.2.1 Introduction
3.2.2 The IP address
3.2.3 Routers and subnet masking
3.2.4 Subnetting
3.2.5 Classless Inter-Domain Routing
3.2.6 Examples
3.2.7 The IP packet
3.2.8 IPv6
3.3 Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
3.3.1 Introduction
3.3.2 End-to-end transport service
3.3.3 How reliability is achieved
3.3.4 The TCP segment
3.4 UDP
3.5 TCP and UDP ports within the automation
3.6 Communication over TCP(UDP)/IP
3.6.1 Client Server model
3.6.2 Endpoint and Internetsocket
3.6.3 Dynamic Servers
3.6.4 Unambiguous communication
3.6.5 Status of a socket
3.6.6 Connection-oriented communication and connectionless communi- cation
Extension protocols and network applications
4.1 ARP
4.1.1 Introduction
4.1.2 Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
4.2 BootP and DHCP
4.2.1 Introduction
4.2.2 BootP
4.2.3 DHCP
4.2.4 DHCP Relay Agent - DHCP option 82
4.3 ICMP
4.3.1 Introduction
4.3.2 Internet Control Message Protocol
4.3.3 ICMP message
4.3.4 Check accessibility of a host
4.3.5 Trace a route
4.4 IGMP
4.4.1 Introduction
4.4.2 IGMP messages
4.4.3 IGMP snooping
4.4.4 Multicast addresses
4.5 GMRP
4.5.1 IEEE 802.1p
4.5.2 GMRP processing
4.6 DNS
4.6.1 Introduction
4.6.2 The structure of a host name
4.6.3 Functioning of the DNS protocol
4.7 SNMP
4.7.1 Introduction
4.7.2 SNMP structure
4.7.4 SNMP protocol
4.8 HTTP and HTTPS
4.8.1 TLS/SSL
4.8.2 HTTP
4.8.3 HTTPS
4.9 Overview of some other important applications
4.9.1 FTP
4.9.2 TFTP
4.9.3 NTP
4.9.4 SSH
4.9.5 CLI (Command Line Interface)
The switch
5.1 General
5.2 Industrial switches
5.2.1 General
5.2.2 Technical description of an industrial switch
The router
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Routing messages
6.3 Types of routers
6.4 Layer 3 switch
6.5 Linking of a private network to the Internet
6.6 IP NAT
6.6.1 NAT: IP masquerading
6.6.2 Port Forwarding
6.7 1:1 NAT
The firewall
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Types of firewalls
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