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By John Davidson (auth.)

ISBN-10: 038796651X

ISBN-13: 9780387966519

ISBN-10: 1461245729

ISBN-13: 9781461245728

TCP/IP is at present an important rising protocol suite within the laptop networking box. the necessity for connecting pcs and different digital units jointly will develop exponentially, in in addition to in educational and examine environments. An advent to TCP/IP describes the protocol suite in line with the foreign association for Standards'(ISO) seven-level (OSI) reference version. it's a distinct and necessary resource of knowledge for everyone or interested in neighborhood or wide-area desktop networking tasks. it's written through Dr. John Davidson at Ungermann/Bass, the world's biggest producer of neighborhood zone networks.

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The IP module in the destination host will reassemble fragmented datagrams into a single datagram for delivery to its Transport Client. Figure 3-6 illustrates the process of fragmentation. ) Note that not all protocol suites deal with fragmentation and reassembly in the same way. XNS, for example, requires reassembly to be done by the network that did the fragmentation, which simplifies the implementation for receiving hosts. XNS imposes a significant restriction on internetwork routing and upon the characteristics of the 'final' (receiving) network, since the sending and receiving networks must accommodate packets of the same maximum size.

The only interesting official option currently defined communicates the Maximum Segment Size and is sent during connection establishment.

Therefore, another set of services must be provided at the Network Layer on an Ethernet which can request a mapping from a 32-bit IP value into a 48-bit Ethernet address to be used for the next hop of the packet. ARP was invented to do this. When a source Network Layer is presented with a packet whose Internet Address is specified but whose Ethernet Address is not, that Network Layer may broadcast an ARP request in order to learn from a more knowledgeable source on the network what the next hop Ethernet Value should be.

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