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1.Identify the major Headers/Layers in the order in which a receiving machine will see themEthernet Header Destination Address IP HeaderIP Header Source Address Frame HeaderTCP Header TypeTransport HeaderData up to 1500 bytesE 2.Fill in the blank: Identify the Layers and respective header fields as indicated in the descriptions below:
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Unformatted text preview: Network Version Indicates the network from which data originated Transport Source Port Indicates the network to which data is destined Transport Destination Port Indicates whether a packet is a duplicate Network Identification Is used to synchronize an incoming data frame with the receiving machine Transport Acknowledgeme Identifies the machine on a local network using Hexadecimal Network Identification Identifies the protocol to be used at the Network Layer Network Identification Is used to flag errors in transmission of frames Network Interface Identification 3. Compare your results with that of your neighbor and fill in any gaps. 4. If neither of you knows the answer, consult your notes. (not the book) 5. If you still do not know the answer, use the online ‘chat’ function to discover an answer from other class members....
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  • Summer '16
  • Richard Zamora
  • Transmission Control Protocol

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