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Part 3: Internetworking Internet architecture, addressing, encapsulation, reliable transport and the TCP/IP protocol suite
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Internetworking: concepts, architecture and protocols Motivation, architecture, routers, TCP/IP protocols, internet reference model
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Motivation A large organisation will use several networking technologies Inter-organisational communication is significant Universal service - any two computers should be able to communicate However, different network technologies cannot just be wired together
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Internetworking Interconnect heterogeneous networks and provide universal service Hardware: routers connect different networks Internet protocols: provide universal service by
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Unformatted text preview: creating a single virtual network Internet architecture Although a single router can connect many networks, most organisations use multiple routers Virtual network The illusion that there is a single universal network Internetworking protocols The TCP/IP Internet Protocols begun in the 1970s The Internet has emerged into the public domain in the 1990s Controlled by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Internet Reference Model Host computers TCP/IP used the term host computer to refer to any system that connects to an Internet and that runs applications Both hosts and routers use TCP/IP protocol software...
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