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Unformatted text preview: CS393 Network Security Lab2 Zhou, HuanXian 0225418 TCP/IP and Linux Socket Programming 1.0 Basics of TCP/ IP Answer the following questions: 1. Name all of the protocols that are part of the TCP/IP suite, their purpose and at which OSI layer they function. In addition, name any other protocols that each protocol is dependent. The TCP/IP Suite The OSI Model 5. Application Layer BGP DHCP DNS FTP GTP HTTP IMAP IRC Megaco MGCP NNTP NTP POP RIP RPC RTP RTSP SDP SIP SMTP SNMP SOAP SSH Telnet TLS/SSL XMPP 7. Application Layer FTP HTTP IMAP IRC NTP POP RTSP SIP SMTP SNMP SSH Telnet SCTP 6. Presentation Layer 5. Session Layer4. DNS FTP RPC 4. Transport Layer TCP UDP DCCP SCTP RSVP ECN 4. Transport Layer RTP TCP UDP 3. Internet Layer IP ICMP IGMP IPsec 3. Network Layer BGP DHCP RIP RSVP IP ICMP ICMPv6 IGMP IPSec OSPF 2. Data Link Layer ARP/InARP NDP OSPF L2TP PPP MAC(Ethernet, DSL, ISDN, FDDI) 2. Data Link Layer ARP/InARP L2TP PPP MAC(Ethernet,DSL, ISDN, FDDI) 1. Physical Layer 1. Physical Layer BGP Border Gateway Protocol DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol GTP GPRS Tunneling Protocol FTP File Transfer Protocol HTTP Hypertext Transfer Protocol IMAP Internet Message Access Protocol IRC Internet Relay Chat Protocol Megaco/ MGCP Media Gateway Control Protocol DNS Domain Name Service NTP Network Time Protocol NNTP Net News Transfer Protocol POP Post Office Protocol RIP Routing Information Protocol RPC Remote procedure call RTP Real-time Transport Protocol RTSP Real Time Streaming Protocol SDP Session Description Protocol SIP Session Initiation Protocol SMTP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol SOAP Simple Object Access Protocol SSH Secure Shell Protocol Telnet Teletype network Protocol TLS/SSL Transport Layer Security/Secure Sockets Layer Protocol XMPP Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol TCP Transmission Control Protocol UDP User Datagram Protocol DCCP Datagram Congestion Control Protocol SCTP Stream Control Transmission Protocol RSVP Resource ReSerVation Protocol ECN Explicit Congestion Notification IP Internet Protocol ICMP Internet Control Message Protocol IGMP Internet Group Management Protocol IPsec Internet Protocol Security ARP/InARP Address Resolution Protocol NDP Neighbor Discovery Protocol OSPF Open Shortest Path First Protocol L2TP Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol PPP Point-to-Point Protocol MAC Media Access Control Protocol 2. Explain the following terms (No more than 10 lines for each term) and describe their functions: a. Subneting The process of subnetting is the division of a computer network into groups of computers that have a common, designated IP address routing prefix, it breaks a network into smaller network and allows the flow of network traffic between hosts to be segregated based on a network configuration....
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- Spring '08