CSE3213_03_LayeredArchitectureW2012 1.7

CSE3213_03_LayeredArchitectureW2012 1.7 - TCP/IP Protocol:...

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31 TCP/IP Protocol: How the Layers Work Together (cont.) (Source: Kurose & Ross) application transport network physical application transport physical network link application link application transport network link physical network link physical data data Bonus Question [ layering – encapsulation ] Assume two computers, situated on two distant LANs - with different data-link technologies, communicate with each other over the Internet. Does each of these computers have to be aware of the data-link technology / protocol run in the LAN of the other computer? LAN 1 LAN 2
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32 (Source: Kurose & Ross) application transport network link physical application transport network link physical application transport network link physical application transport network link physical network link physical data data DL 1 IP data DL 2 IP data IP data TCP/IP Protocol: How the Layers Work Together (cont.)
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33 How to determine own IP & MAC address(es)? www.cse.yorku.ca How to determine the number and identity of intermediate routers? How to determine IP address
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