logging in or signing up NETWORK PROTOCOLS iamtribe Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 220 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: December 10, 2011 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript NETWORK PROTOCOLS: NETWORK PROTOCOLSPROTOCOL: PROTOCOL STANDARD OR AGREED UPON WAY OF DOING SOMETHING PROTOCOL IS REFERENCING A SUITE OF PROTOCOLS THAT WORK TOGETHER The tasks that are associated in the OSI model are carried out by protocols E.g. conversion, encrytion , segmenting, addressing and framing4 MAJOR PROTOCOLS: 4 MAJOR PROTOCOLS TCP/IP IPX/SCX NETBIOS/NETBEUI APPLETALKTCP/IP transmission control protocol: TCP/IP transmission control protocol Suite of protocols Developed by DOD in the late 1960s Cross platform “de facto” standard of the internetTCP/IP MODEL: TCP/IP MODELMAIN PROTOCOLS OF TCP/IP: MAIN PROTOCOLS OF TCP/IP IP (Internet Protoco ) Functions at the internet layer of the TCP/IP Deals w/ providing information about how and where data should be delivered Connectionless protocol which means no guarantee of data delivery.MAIN PROTOCOLS OF TCP/IP: MAIN PROTOCOLS OF TCP/IP TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) Operates at the transport layer of the TCP/IP Connection oriented protocol Meaning , a connection must be established before the TCP will transmit any dataMAIN PROTOCOLS OF TCP/IP: MAIN PROTOCOLS OF TCP/IP UDP (User Datagram Protocol) Connectionless protocols which means that it is not reliable and there’s no guarantee f data delivery Minimal overhead, meaning there is not much procedure in establishing connection Quick and efficient Ex. Audio and video streaming as well as broadcastsMAIN PROTOCOLS OF TCP/IP: MAIN PROTOCOLS OF TCP/IP FTP (file transfer protocol) Connection oriented protocol Send and receive files via TCP/IP Consists of client and serverMAIN PROTOCOLS OF TCP/IP: MAIN PROTOCOLS OF TCP/IP SMTP (simple mail transfer protocol) Transfer mail services either over the internet or tcp / ip based networks Uses simple request and response method for transferring messages.TCP/IP as far as network addressing : TCP/IP as far as network addressing PORT - endpoint for a logical connection Allows application specifically when connecting to an IP Used in conjunction with IP address Ex. 192.168.100.10: 80 for http 192.168.100.10: 21 for ftpTCP/IP as far as network addressing : TCP/IP as far as network addressing 32 bit address divided into 4 octets Each octet is 8 bits The maximum range of values is 0-255 Ex. 192.168.100.24 Address isTCP/IP The network ID: TCP/IP The network ID , also known as a network address, identifies a single network segment within a larger TCP/IP internetwork (a network of networks). All the systems that attach and share access to the same network have a common network ID within their full IP address. This ID is also used to uniquely identify each network within the larger internetwork.TCP/IP The Host ID: TCP/IP The Host ID The host ID, also known as a host address, identifies a TCP/IP node (a workstation, server, router, or other TCP/IP device) within each network. The host ID for each device identifies a single system uniquely within its own network. Here is an example of a 32-bit IP address: 10000011 01101011 00010000 11001000PowerPoint Presentation: To make IP addressing easier, IP addresses are expressed in dotted decimal notation. The 32-bit IP address is segmented into four 8-bit octets. The octets are converted to decimal (base-10 numbering system) and separated by periods. Therefore, the previous IP address example is 18.104.22.168 when converted to dotted decimal notation.PowerPoint Presentation: HOST ID NETWORK ID 192.168.10.100IPX/SCX: IPX/SCX NCP (Network Core Protocol) Handles requests for services like file and print services Operates in the presentation and session layer Transaction component between client OS and netware servers You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.