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My ID is <type in your actual student ID><press ENTER> 4. On the server (node3) type: Hello <type in your actual student ID>. I am the server.<press ENTER> 5. On the client (node1) type: Goodbye server.<press ENTER> <Ctrl-D> You need to perform steps 3-5 in the correct sequence, switching from client to server to client. Stop the capture and save the file as netcat.pcap The netcat TCP server must use port 6 xyz where xyz is the last three (3) digits of your student ID. For example, the netcat TCP server for student ID 12034567 would be 6 567. After performing and understanding the above steps, answer the following sub-questions (a) Submit your capture file as netcat.pcap on Moodle. The single file must contain all packets of the TCP exchange using your assigned port and using your ID. [3 marks] (b) Draw a message sequence diagram that illustrates all the TCP packets generated by using netcat (do not draw any packets generated by other applications or protocols, such as ARP, DNS or SSH). A message sequence diagram uses vertical lines to represent events that happen at a computer over time (time is increasing as the line goes down). Addresses of the computers/software are given at the top of the vertical lines. Horizontal or sloped arrows are used to show messages (packets) being sent between
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