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62 terms
Cisco Intro to Networking TCP/IP
One of the first steps to sending a me…
Second step in sending a message is
Third step in sending a message is
Fourth step in sending a message
encoding it.Encoding between hosts must be in an appropriate…
Formatting and Encapsulation. . Message formats depend on the…
Segmenting. Sizing the message. to break the message into sma…
Message timing. when (Access Method) how fast (flow control)…
One of the first steps to sending a me…
encoding it.Encoding between hosts must be in an appropriate…
Second step in sending a message is
Formatting and Encapsulation. . Message formats depend on the…
68 terms
Networking - (TCP-IP Basics)
Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4)
Network
Classful Network Architecture
First
the most frequently used communications protocol.
IP resides on the ___________ layer of the OSI model.
Broken down into five sections, three of which are commonly u…
The ________ octet of the IP address defines which class the…
Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4)
the most frequently used communications protocol.
Network
IP resides on the ___________ layer of the OSI model.
TCP/IP Networking
Network Address Translation (NAT) allo…
What is the main purpose of an ACK?... S…
Which of the following is not the conc…
A network architecture like the one us…
...
d
b
d
Network Address Translation (NAT) allo…
...
What is the main purpose of an ACK?... S…
d
TCP/IP Networking
Network Address Translation (NAT) allo…
What is the main purpose of an ACK?... S…
Which of the following is not the conc…
A network architecture like the one us…
d. A small pool of global (public) IP addresses
d. To confirm the receipt of data and/or information from the…
b. Selecting the route for the information to take across the…
d. Layered
Network Address Translation (NAT) allo…
d. A small pool of global (public) IP addresses
What is the main purpose of an ACK?... S…
d. To confirm the receipt of data and/or information from the…
11 terms
Network TCP/IP model
HTTP
SMTP
RTP
TCP
Application
Application
Application
Transport
HTTP
Application
SMTP
Application
225 terms
TCP/IP Networking
Where do most RFCs and Internet Drafts…
How often does the IETF hold meetings…
How many IETF working groups are there?
Who manages the IETF working groups?
IETF
3x
7
Area Directors, from the Internet Engineering Steering Group…
Where do most RFCs and Internet Drafts…
IETF
How often does the IETF hold meetings…
3x
35 terms
Windows networking TCP/IP
Network
Local area network (LAN)
Wide area network (WAN)
Peer-to-peer networking - Workgroup
A communication system enabling computer users to share compu…
A network of computers in relatively close proximity... ex. smal…
A network of computers spread over a large area... ex. Internet
Uses workstations to share resources such as files and printe…
Network
A communication system enabling computer users to share compu…
Local area network (LAN)
A network of computers in relatively close proximity... ex. smal…
38 terms
Introduction to TCP/IP Networking
internetwork
end systems
network edge
client
collection of networks connected via routers
hosts, can inlcude PDA's, sensors, cell phones
End systems are located at the ______ and connected to the ne…
(runs) some program that requests services. EX: web browser r…
internetwork
collection of networks connected via routers
end systems
hosts, can inlcude PDA's, sensors, cell phones
21 terms
Network TCP/IP
Unicast Transmission
Broadcast Transmission
Multicast Transmission
Gateway
Network communications sent to a specific address.
Network communications that are sent to all the computers on…
Network communications that use a single address to transmit…
A device, software, or a system that has the ability to conve…
Unicast Transmission
Network communications sent to a specific address.
Broadcast Transmission
Network communications that are sent to all the computers on…
TCP/ip Network Utilities
Ping
tracert on windows. traceroute on linux
nslookup
ipconfig
Sends an ICMP echo request and waits to receive an ICMP respo…
Like ping, tracert tests connectivity between devices, but as…
Nslookup resolves (looks up) the IP address of a host name. I…
ipconfig displays IP configuration information for network ad…
Ping
Sends an ICMP echo request and waits to receive an ICMP respo…
tracert on windows. traceroute on linux
Like ping, tracert tests connectivity between devices, but as…
22 terms
Telecommunication & Networking TCP/IP
FTP
SSH
Telnet
SMTP
21
22
23
25
FTP
21
SSH
22
Networking Ch. 6 - TCP/IP
NCP (Network Control Protocol)
ARPAnet (Advanced Research Projects Ag…
Application Layer
Transport Layer
Developed by DARPA to provide a way to network the computers…
considered the predecessor to today's internet
Defines the applications used to process requests and which p…
Defines the type of connection established between hosts and…
NCP (Network Control Protocol)
Developed by DARPA to provide a way to network the computers…
ARPAnet (Advanced Research Projects Ag…
considered the predecessor to today's internet
Network+ TCP/IP Utilities
NetBIOS Suffix 00
NetBIOS Suffix 20
NetBIOS Suffix 03
NetBIOS Suffix 1C
Workstation Service
Server, file, print service
Messenger Service
Domain Controller
NetBIOS Suffix 00
Workstation Service
NetBIOS Suffix 20
Server, file, print service
97 terms
TCP/ IP and Network Media
Understand the concept of neighbor dis…
Understand the concept of network disc…
Understand static IP addresses
Know the class A, B, and C subnet (how…
Identifies network devices automatically (supported by IPV6)…
A network setting that affects whether your computer can find…
Static IP - entered manually when the NIC is configured
Class A - supports up to 16 million hosts on each of 127 netw…
Understand the concept of neighbor dis…
Identifies network devices automatically (supported by IPV6)…
Understand the concept of network disc…
A network setting that affects whether your computer can find…
43 terms
1. Intro to TCP/IP Networking
Which of the following protocols are e…
Which of the following protocols are e…
The process of HTTP asking TCP to send…
The process of TCP on one computer mar…
d. UDP ... f. TCP
a. Ethernet... g. PPP
b. Adjacent-layer interaction
b. Same-layer interaction
Which of the following protocols are e…
d. UDP ... f. TCP
Which of the following protocols are e…
a. Ethernet... g. PPP
20 terms
Ch 10 In-Depth TCP/IP Networking
1. Convert the following subnet mask i…
2. What is the default subnet mask for…
3. A node on a network has an IP addre…
4. On a network with an IP address of…
255.255.248.0
255.0.0.0
Supernetting
c. 140.248.0.0 (or 10001100 11111000 00000000 00000000)
1. Convert the following subnet mask i…
255.255.248.0
2. What is the default subnet mask for…
255.0.0.0
TCP/IP network protocol layers
HTTP
DHCP
DNS
FTP
Application layer
Application layer
Application layer
Application layer
HTTP
Application layer
DHCP
Application layer
The TCP/IP and OSI Networking Models
Networking model
TCP/IP Application Layer Protocols
TCP/IP Transport Layer Protocols
TCP/IP Internet Layer Protocols
...
HTTP, POP3, SMTP
TCP, UDP
IP
Networking model
...
TCP/IP Application Layer Protocols
HTTP, POP3, SMTP
Network+ Ch 4: TCP/IP
TCP/IP
IP address
subnet mask
network ID
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
32-bit value that uniquely identifies the system on a network…
if there is a 255 in an octet in the subnet mask, the corresp…
assigns a unique address to the network itself
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
IP address
32-bit value that uniquely identifies the system on a network…
11 terms
Chapter 2 - TCP/IP Network Models
Descriptive Model
Prescriptive Model
Link Layer
Internet Layer
TCP/IP is a descriptive model meaning it describes how things…
OSI Model is prescriptive meaning it tells you exactly how to…
Equivalent to the Datalink & Physical layers of the OSI model…
Equivalent to the Network Layer of the OSI Model. Any device…
Descriptive Model
TCP/IP is a descriptive model meaning it describes how things…
Prescriptive Model
OSI Model is prescriptive meaning it tells you exactly how to…
Chapter 1: The TCP/IP and OSI Networking Models
Which of the following protocols are e…
Which of the following protocols are e…
The process of HTTP asking TCP to send…
The process of TCP on one computer mar…
D, F
A, G
B. Adjacent-layer interaction occurs on one computer, with tw…
B. Same-layer interaction occurs on multiple computers. The f…
Which of the following protocols are e…
D, F
Which of the following protocols are e…
A, G
Chapter 1: The TCP/IP and OSI Networking Models
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/…
Application Layer
Transport Layer: TCP (Transmission Con…
Transport: UDP (User Datagram Protocol)
Both defines and references a large collection of protocols t…
Provides services to application software running on a comput…
Information is transported in segments. Every segment must ge…
Information is transported in bursts, with no check being mad…
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/…
Both defines and references a large collection of protocols t…
Application Layer
Provides services to application software running on a comput…
15 terms
Networking Pt. 4 (TCP/IP and Ports)
TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)
UDP (User Datagram Protocol)
FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
SSH (Secure Shell)
•Connection oriented sessions... •Every packet sent is checked f…
•Connectionless session... •If packets are dropped it is not ask…
•Port: 21... •Used to transfer files; FTP shell or GUI app needed
•Port: 22... •Enables data to be exchanged on a secure connectio…
TCP (Transmission Control Protocol)
•Connection oriented sessions... •Every packet sent is checked f…
UDP (User Datagram Protocol)
•Connectionless session... •If packets are dropped it is not ask…
10 terms
Networking Fundamentals-10-TCP/IP Fundamentals
Which network operating system(s) use…
Which technology supports the automati…
Which command reveals the assigned IP…
Which IP address is commonly assigned…
Windows 2000
DHCP
ipconfig
192.168.0.0
Which network operating system(s) use…
Windows 2000
Which technology supports the automati…
DHCP
Chapter 8: TCP/IP Networking II
Interface (in routing)
Routing
subnet
host part
Another term for port during routing.
The process that forwards packets throughout the network laye…
Smaller segments that a network is divided into.
Part of the IP address that specifices a particular host on t…
Interface (in routing)
Another term for port during routing.
Routing
The process that forwards packets throughout the network laye…
2.3 Network TCP/IP-TCP/IP Addressing
IP Addressing
Domain Name System
Distrubed Database
Configuring DHCP
You will need... -IP Address... -subnet mask: used by local device…
Translates human-readable names into computer-readable IP add…
-many DNS servers ... -13 root server cluster ... -over 275 country…
-IP address configuration use to be static... -you would have to…
IP Addressing
You will need... -IP Address... -subnet mask: used by local device…
Domain Name System
Translates human-readable names into computer-readable IP add…
40 terms
CompTIA Network+: TCP/IP Ports
20/tcp
21/tcp
22/tcp
23/tcp
FTP Data (File Transfer Protocol)
FTP Control (File Transfer Protocol)
SSH (Secure Shell)
Telnet
20/tcp
FTP Data (File Transfer Protocol)
21/tcp
FTP Control (File Transfer Protocol)
9 terms
Chp 1 - Introduction to TCP/IP Networking
adjacent-layer interaction
de-encapsulation
encapsulation
frame
The general topic of how on one computer, two side by side la…
On a computer that receives data over a network, the process…
The placement of data from a higher-layer protocol behind the…
A term referring to a data link header and trailer, plus the…
adjacent-layer interaction
The general topic of how on one computer, two side by side la…
de-encapsulation
On a computer that receives data over a network, the process…
Chapter 1: Introduction to TCP/IP Networking (Terms)
adjacent-layer interaction
de-encapsulation
encapsulation
frame
The general topic of how on one computer, two adjacent layers…
On a computer that receives data over a network, the process…
The placement of data from a higher-layer protocol behind the…
A term referring to a data link header and trailer, plus the…
adjacent-layer interaction
The general topic of how on one computer, two adjacent layers…
de-encapsulation
On a computer that receives data over a network, the process…
22 terms
Chapter 1 - TCP/IP & OSI Networking Models
Protocol
TCP/IP
Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) net…
RFC
A set of logical rules that devices must follow to communicate
Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol
7-layer networking model used as a reference for how applicat…
Requests for Comments
Protocol
A set of logical rules that devices must follow to communicate
TCP/IP
Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol
12 terms
TCP/IP
Scope
DHCP
Client
NICs
Set of IP addresses
Sets IP addresses automatically
accepts address lease offer and sends packet to server that e…
Has a couple of different IP addresses, internal and external.
Scope
Set of IP addresses
DHCP
Sets IP addresses automatically
57 terms
Network Set 1: TCP/IP Fundamentals
(CIDR) Classless Inter-Domain Routing
(FTP) File Transfer Protocol
(ICMP) Internet Control Message Protocol
(IGMP) Internet Group Management Proto…
A notation in which the subnet mask is identified following t…
More efficient in transferring files from source to destinati…
The troubleshooting protocol for TCP/IP that provides feedbac…
Provides multicasting capabilities for TCP/IP; keeps track of…
(CIDR) Classless Inter-Domain Routing
A notation in which the subnet mask is identified following t…
(FTP) File Transfer Protocol
More efficient in transferring files from source to destinati…
Ch 9 In-Depth TCP/IP Networking
1. Convert the following subnet mask i…
2. What is the default subnet mask for…
3. A node on a network has an IP addre…
4. On a network with an IP address of…
255.255.248.0
255.0.0.0
Supernetting
c. 140.248.0.0 (or 10001100 11111000 00000000 00000000)
1. Convert the following subnet mask i…
255.255.248.0
2. What is the default subnet mask for…
255.0.0.0
40 terms
CHAPTER 01: The TCP/IP and OSI Networking Models
CCENT
CCNA
CCNP
CCIE
Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician
Cisco Certified Network Associate
Cisco Certified Network Professional
Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert
CCENT
Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician
CCNA
Cisco Certified Network Associate
Chapter 1: The TCP/IP and OSI Networking Models
Adjacent-layer interaction
Deencapsulation
Encapsulation
Frame
The general topic of how on one computer, two adjacent layers…
On a computer that receives data over a network, the process…
The placement of data from a higher-layer protocol behind the…
A term referring to a data link header and trailer, plus the…
Adjacent-layer interaction
The general topic of how on one computer, two adjacent layers…
Deencapsulation
On a computer that receives data over a network, the process…
26 terms
Chapter 1: The TCP/IP and OSI Networking Models
Protocol Data Unit (PDU)
Adjacent-Layer Interaction
Same-Layer Interaction
Encapsulation
OSI's word for a segment, frame, or packet and their respecti…
The concepts of how adjacent layers in a networking model, on…
When a particular layer on one computer wants to communicate…
The process of putting headers (and sometimes trailers) aroun…
Protocol Data Unit (PDU)
OSI's word for a segment, frame, or packet and their respecti…
Adjacent-Layer Interaction
The concepts of how adjacent layers in a networking model, on…
Chapter 9 In-Depth TCP/IP Networking
A node on a network has an IP address…
What is the default subnet mask for a…
Convert the following subnet mask into…
On a network with an IP address of 140…
Supernetting
255.255.255.0
255.255.248.0
140.248.0.0
A node on a network has an IP address…
Supernetting
What is the default subnet mask for a…
255.255.255.0
Chapter 1: Introduction to TCP/IP Networking
Describe Same-layer interaction on dif…
Describe adjacent-layer interaction on…
What are the five steps by which a TCP…
What are the components of a segment v…
- The two computers use a protocol (an agreed-to set of rules…
- On a single computer, one layer provides a service to a hig…
Step 1 - Create and encapsulate the application data with any…
Segment - TCP/Data... Packet - IP/Data... Frame - Link header/Data/…
Describe Same-layer interaction on dif…
- The two computers use a protocol (an agreed-to set of rules…
Describe adjacent-layer interaction on…
- On a single computer, one layer provides a service to a hig…
20 terms
2.0 Networking 2.3 TCP/IP
The secret behind the IP Address
The secret beind the IP Address ... AN IP…
The secret behind an IP Address is ...
CIDR notation ... 192.168.1.1/24
the IP address isnt really a single address
the subnet mask determines what part of the IP address is the…
the subnet mask is just as important as your IP address
-Subnet mask of 255.255.255.0... -192.168.1.0 through 192168.1.2…
The secret behind the IP Address
the IP address isnt really a single address
The secret beind the IP Address ... AN IP…
the subnet mask determines what part of the IP address is the…
9 terms
CH 1-The TCP/IP and OSI Networking Models
Adjacent-Layer Interaction
Deencapsulation
Encapsulation
Frame
The general topic of how on one computer, two adjacent layers…
On a computer that receives data over a network, the process…
The placement of data from a higher-layer protocol behind the…
A term referring to a data link header and trailer, plus the…
Adjacent-Layer Interaction
The general topic of how on one computer, two adjacent layers…
Deencapsulation
On a computer that receives data over a network, the process…
49 terms
Network + Chapter 11 Securing TCP/IP
What's nonrepudiation?
What is a symmetric-key algorithm?
What is an asymmetric-key algorithm?
What's DES?
Nonrepudiation is the process of making sure data came from t…
Any encryption that uses the same key for both encryption and…
Any encryption that uses a different key for encryption and d…
DES - Data Encryption Standard. 1970's - era US government en…
What's nonrepudiation?
Nonrepudiation is the process of making sure data came from t…
What is a symmetric-key algorithm?
Any encryption that uses the same key for both encryption and…
34 terms
Network + Chapter 9 TCP/IP Applications
What's the big difference between conn…
What's a session?
Describe the three-way handshake? What…
What's UDP?
In connection-oriented communication, the connection is negot…
In the networking world, any single communication between a c…
When you enter a computer's address in the browser running on…
UDP, or Use Datagram Protocol doesn't have any of that connec…
What's the big difference between conn…
In connection-oriented communication, the connection is negot…
What's a session?
In the networking world, any single communication between a c…
Chapter 1 TCP/IP and OSI Networking Model
Application Layer Protocols
Transport Layer Protocols
Network Layer Protocols
Link Layer Protocols
HTTP, POP3, SMTP, Telnet, VoIP, SNMP, FTP
TCP, UDP
IP
Ethernet (IEEE 802.3), PPP (Point to Point Protocol), T1, Fra…
Application Layer Protocols
HTTP, POP3, SMTP, Telnet, VoIP, SNMP, FTP
Transport Layer Protocols
TCP, UDP
58 terms
Network + (N10-006)|TCP/IP
(CIDR) Classless Inter-Domain Routing
(FTP) File Transfer Protocol
(ICMP) Internet Control Message Protocol
(IGMP) Internet Group Management Proto…
A notation in which the subnet mask is identified following t…
More efficient in transferring files from source to destinati…
The troubleshooting protocol for TCP/IP that provides feedbac…
Provides multicasting capabilities for TCP/IP; keeps track of…
(CIDR) Classless Inter-Domain Routing
A notation in which the subnet mask is identified following t…
(FTP) File Transfer Protocol
More efficient in transferring files from source to destinati…
9 terms
Chapter 1: The TCP/IP and OSI Networking Models
Which of the following protocols are e…
Which of the following protocols are e…
The process of HTTP asking TCP to send…
The process of TCP on one computer mar…
D. UDP... F. TCP
A. Ethernet... G. PPP
b. Adjacent-layer Interaction
B. Same-layer Interaction
Which of the following protocols are e…
D. UDP... F. TCP
Which of the following protocols are e…
A. Ethernet... G. PPP
37 terms
Networking Essentials - TCP/IP - Questions & Problems
What are the four layers of the TCP/IP…
Which layer of the TCP/IP model proces…
What are well-known ports?
Identify the port numbers for the foll…
1. Application ... 2. Transport... 3. Internet... 4. Network Interface
Application Layer
Also known as "reserve ports", which are ports 1 - 1023 that…
a. 23... b. 80... c. 20, 21... d. 53... e. 67, 68
What are the four layers of the TCP/IP…
1. Application ... 2. Transport... 3. Internet... 4. Network Interface
Which layer of the TCP/IP model proces…
Application Layer
156 terms
Network+ Ch. 6: TCP/IP Utilities and Troubleshooting
ARP
IPCONFIG and ifconfig
Ping
Tracert
Displays and modifies the local ARP cache.
Displays current IP configuration information.
verifies hostname, host IP address, and physical connectivity…
traces and reports on the route to a remote computer
ARP
Displays and modifies the local ARP cache.
IPCONFIG and ifconfig
Displays current IP configuration information.
24 terms
Networking Chapter 1 - The TCP/IP and OSI Networking Models
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol…
OSI Model (Open Systems Interconnection)
RFC (Requests for Comments)
HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)
Model which defines and references a large collection of prot…
Model created by the ISO to standardize protocols across the…
Official, finalized documents about Internet standards and pr…
Used to make requests for web pages and return the requested…
TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol…
Model which defines and references a large collection of prot…
OSI Model (Open Systems Interconnection)
Model created by the ISO to standardize protocols across the…
TCP/IP
IP address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
Host name
-identifies the logical host and logical network... -2 devices o…
-identifies portion of IP that is the network and which porti…
identifies the router for which comminucation for remote netw…
logical name of local system
IP address
-identifies the logical host and logical network... -2 devices o…
Subnet Mask
-identifies portion of IP that is the network and which porti…
Network+ Chapter 2- TCP/IP Model
Which is more popular? TCP/IP or OSI?
4 Layers of TCP/IP
TCP/IP does not have a standard
TCP/IP fixes ambiguity of OSI bc
TCP/IP
Application... Transport... Internet... Link/Network Interface
body to define layers. There are a number of variations on th…
of its tight protocol-to-layer integration (each protocol has…
Which is more popular? TCP/IP or OSI?
TCP/IP
4 Layers of TCP/IP
Application... Transport... Internet... Link/Network Interface
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