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SAT3343 9_23_13

SAT3343 9_23_13

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Jay Rausch SAT 2343 Professor Miller 9/23/13 Acronyms TCPSequenced Reliable Connection Oriented Virtual circuit Ack’s Windowed

flow control

UDP (User Datagram Protocol) Unsequenced Unreliable Connection loss Low overhead No Ack No Window or flow control

Datagram – a packet of data in an unreliable service.

Source Port – port number on host sending the data

The Internet Layer Protocol IP – Internet Protocol: uses IP address to route datagrams to destination by figuring out which network they are on. Splits up segments if required (MTU-Maximum transmission length for Ethernet is 1500 bytes).

Version – IP Version (4 or 6) Header Length – number of 32 bit words Type of Service – how to handle this datagram (priority) Total Length – length of packet including header and data Identifier – unique IP packet value Flags – fragmentation should occur? Gragent offset – provides fragmentation and reassembly data if the packet is too large for one frame. TTL – Time to Live: document at each router, stops packet from circling the globe.

Protocol – TCP is 6, UDP is 17 (upper layer protocol) Header check sum – CRC of header only. Source IP Address – 32 bit address Destination IP Address – 32 bit IP option – used for network testing, debugging, security Data – Upper level data.

IP Protocols ICMP – Internet Control Message Protocol: management and messaging Destination unreachable if a router can’t send an ip diagram any further. service.

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