Telecommunication Technology (Network TCP / IP)

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Tutorial
It contains a detailed description of all aspects of the protocol and not just tcpip
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table of contents
1. network protocol stack

1.1. Seven-layer OSI model


1.1.1. The levels of the OSI model

1.1.2. Encapsulation and processing packages

1.2. The protocol stack TCP / IP

1.2.1. Application Layer

1.2.2. The transport layer

The UDP protocol


1.2.3. Firewall and IP protocol level

1.2.4. The level of access to the transmission medium

2. The IP protocol

2.1. Features of IP
2.2. IP-address


2.2.1. The class model

2.2.2. Model Classless (CIDR)

2.2.3. Record addresses classless model

2.3. Routing

2.3.1. Example Routing

2.3.2. An example of connecting the local area network to the Internet

2.3.3. A router or gateway?

2.3.4. Routing table

2.3.5. Creating a static route

2.3.6. Dynamic Routing

2.4. Header Format IP-datagrams

2.4.1. Fragmentation of datagrams

2.4.2. Discussion fragmentation

2.4.3. IP options

2.4.4. Options "Loose / Strict Source Routing"

2.5. ICMP protocol
2.6. ARP protocol

2.6.1. ARP for datagrams sent to another network

2.6.2. Proxy ARP

3. The TCP

3.1. The functions of TCP


3.1.1. Basic data transmission
3.1.2. Ensuring reliability
3.1.3. Channel separation
3.1.4. Connection management
3.1.5. Flow Control
3.2. Title TCP-segment
3.3. Intermediate connection status

3.3.1. Phase connectionless
3.3.2. Phase connection closing
4. Protocol RIP

4.1. An algorithm for constructing the routing table


4.1.1. An example of the construction of the routing table
4.1.2. Changing the status of RIP-
4.2. Special occasions

4.2.1. Looping
4.2.2. Account to infinity
4.3. The implementation of RIP

4.3.1. The types and message format
4.3.2. The work of RIP
4.3.3. Configuring RIP
4.3.4. Discussion
5. The OSPF protocol

5.1. Construction of routes


5.1.1. Metrics
5.1.2. Link state database
5.1.3. SPF algorithm
5.1.4. An example of the SPF algorithm
5.1.5. Differentiation of hosts and routers
5.1.6. Supports multiple routes
5.1.7. Overlapping routes
5.1.8. External routes
5.2. Construction of the link state database

5.2.1. Hello Protocol
5.2.2. Communications Protocol
5.2.3. Minutes of flooding (flooding)
Additional features OSPF

5.3. Multiple-access network


5.3.1. Reducing the number of adjacencies
5.3.2. Reducing the size of the database
5.3.3. Example
5.3.4. Designated Router Election
5.3.5. NBMA- and point-to-multipoint network
5.4. Hierarchical routing (area division)

5.4.1. An example of area division
5.4.2. Break line
5.4.3. Stub and not quite dead-end area
5.5. The types and formats of messages

5.5.1. OSPF-header
5.5.2. Hello Post
5.5.3. The message "Description of the database (Database
Description) "
5.5.4. The message "Request link state (Link State Request)"
5.5.5. Message "link state updates (Link State Update)"
5.5.6. The message "The acknowledgment status message links (Link State Acknowledgment)"
5.5.7. Ad Types of link state (LSA)
5.5.8. Title LSA
5.5.9. Body LSA Type 1
5.5.10. Body LSA Type 2
5.5.11. Body LSA types 3 and 4
5.5.12. Body LSA Type 5
5.6. Discussion

6. Protocol EIGRP

7. Protocol BGP

7.1. The task of the external routing

7.2. Internal BGP, route servers and attribute NEXT_HOP

7.3. Path Attributes (Path Attributes)

7.3.1. ORIGIN
7.3.2. AS_PATH
7.3.3. NEXT_HOP
7.3.4. MULTI_EXIT_DISC
7.3.5. LOCAL_PREF
7.3.6. Attributes aggregation
7.4. Processing of routing information (Decision Process) and routing policy

7.4.1. Decision Process
7.4.2. Conflicts routing policies
7.4.3. The wording of routing

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