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Unformatted text preview: Skip Bellman-Ford You should be generally familiar with RIP, OSPF, and BGP You should be able to discuss the conditions under which deadlock can occur in a network You should know what TCP/IP is and be able to describe TCP or UDP transmissions You should be able to discuss and answer questions about IPv4 addressing, the different classes as well as classless addresses, domains, dotted decimal notation, etc. You do not need to memorize packet formats You should be able to discuss packet fragmentation or segmentation as well as reassembly. Skip pp. 541-559 You should be able to answer questions about IPv6 as discussed in class. Know what IPv6 addresses look like and how to abbreviate them. Skip the rest of chapter 11 beginning at page 571. Good luck, have a great summer!!!!!!!!!!...
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- Spring '08