hw3 q&a - 10. Does IP fragmentation occur? 11. Why...

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1. How many total packets are in the trace file? 2. What DLL/MAC layer addresses can be seen in the trace? 3. What IP addresses can be seen in the trace? 4. How do the DLL/MAC and IP addresses map to each other? 5. What is the Ethernet packet type and what does it mean? 6. Can you tell from the trace file which Ethernet card is used to capture the traffic data, a normal 10/100M Ethernet card or an 802.11b wireless card? 7. Can you deduce anything about the network topology on which this trace was taken, i.e. on which machine is the trace being taken? How many hosts are on the local network? What is the default gateway? What is the network mask? Which hosts are on the local network? Which ones are remote?
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8. How "far" away are the remote hosts? 9. What different IP packet types can be seen what does each mean?
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Unformatted text preview: 10. Does IP fragmentation occur? 11. Why would some packets have the "Don't fragment" bit set? 12. Why the difference in the TTL values? If there was suddenly a change in the reported TTL, what would that be an indicator of? 13. Are there any protocols that appear to be operating differently than as described in class? 14. Assuming there is some web traffic in the trace, do you see any cookies? What can you say about the cookies that are in the file? 15. This packet trace is full of surprises, especially for someone who has never looked at a packet trace in detail before. Think about some of the things that were surprising to you and pursue those further to understand what is happening....
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2012 for the course ENGR 361 taught by Professor Drexel during the Spring '12 term at Bloomsburg.

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hw3 q&a - 10. Does IP fragmentation occur? 11. Why...

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