Ch6 - Delivery and Forwarding of IP Packets Don't ask for a...

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Chapter 6 1 Delivery and Forwarding of IP Packets Don't ask for a light load, but rather ask for a strong back. - Unknown
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Chapter 6 2 Objectives Describe how packets are delivered from a source to a destination using direct and indirect delivery methods Explain how routers forward packets based on the entries in their routing table(s) Explain what is meant by address aggregation (or, route aggregation) Describe how routers build their routing tables
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Chapter 6 3 Direct versus Indirect Delivery of Packets Direct Delivery Source and destination of the packet are on the same network, or Delivery is between the last router and the destination host
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Chapter 6 4 Indirect Delivery of Packets If source and destination of the packet are NOT on the same network, the packet is forwarded from one router to another until it reaches a router connected to the same network as the destination host
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Chapter 6 5 Routing and Forwarding Routing is the task of finding a path from a sender to a desired destination.
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2010 for the course CITX CITX 1150 taught by Professor P.whalen during the Fall '09 term at British Columbia Institute of Technology.

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