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Unformatted text preview: Network Protocols Dijiang Huang Outline Protocol Stacks and Layering Network Addressing Subnetting CIDR Route Aggregation Internet History and Infrastructure Internet History Kleinrock (1962) - communication nets showed that packet switching is a viable option Paul Barans work (1964) break up an electronic message into small pieces send each one along a different way let the other end put it together Advantages Helps to send a large message No one in the middle can figure it out! (D)ARPA involvement 1967-68 ARPAnet - First Node, UCLA, Sep 1, 1969 Second Node, Stanford Research Institute, October 1, 1969 Third Node-UCSB, Nov 1, 1969 Fourth Node - U of Utah, Dec 1, 1969 Todays Internet Map of the US NSFNET, according to a study by NCSA Internet from a Users Point of view Go to http://navigators.com/internet_architecture.h Internet History and Infrastructure Internet History (Some earlier work) Telnet proposal (Feb 1971): RFC 97 FTP Specification (June 1971): RFC 172 First E-mail program, SNDMSG and READMAIL 1972 at BBN: the famous @ sign Protocol for Internetworking (TCP): Kahn/Cerf, 1974 TCP protocol split into TCP and IP: 1978 UC-Berkeley implementation: 1981-1982 NSF involvement, mid 80s; NSFnet Simple Network View Host 1 Host 3 Host 2 Communications Network Simple Network View OSI Reference Model OSI := Open Systems Interconnections OSI model - continued OSI Model Physical Layer: Physical properties of the various communications media Data Link Layer: Logical organization of data bits transmitted on a particular medium . Network Layer: Defines the addressing and routing structure of the Internet. Transport Layer: Defines if / how retransmissions will be used to ensure data delivery end to end Session Layer: Describes how request and reply packets are paired in a remote procedure call. Presentation Layer: Syntax of data being transferred . Application Layer: Where user and system programs are run Relay 13 Standard Layered Architecture Application Layer Presentation Layer Session Layer Transport Layer Network Layer Data Link Layer Physical Layer OSI Model Internet Application Layer TCP / UDP Layer Internet Protocol Physical Layer TCP/IP protocol suite Application Medium Access/LINK Network Transport Web, Telnet, FTP, e-mail, etc. TCP, UDP IP device driver and interface card Application Layer protocols HTTP, telnet protocol, FTP protocol, SMTP Physical Transport media TCP/IP protocol suite (process view) User Process TCP User Process User Process User Process ICMP ARP Hardware Interface IP UDP media application transport network MAC Various protocols at the different layers in the TCP/ IP protocol suite TCP/IP protocol suite - continued Web Client Ethernet driver IP TCP Web Server Ethernet driver IP TCP Ethernet Ethernet protocol IP protocol TCP protocol...
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