What is the history of the TCP/ IP model? Why was it created? Use your textbook and Internet research to support your answer. TCP/IP originated out of the investigative research into networking protocols that the US Department of Defense (DoD) initiated in 1969. In 1968, the DoD Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) began researching the network technology that is called packet switching.
What is the history of the OSI reference model? How did it come about and why was it created? Use your textbook and Internet research to support your answer. Two projects began in the late 1970’s that was geared to a project that led to expanding the architecture of networking systems. One was the ISO(International Organization for Standardization) and the other was International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee.
UNIT 33: THE IMPACT OF COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY ON BUSINESS Describe how the internet operates 1. What is the internet? When and how did it start? The Internet, sometimes called simply "the Net," is a worldwide system of computer networks (a network of networks in which users at any one computer can, if they have permission they get information from any other computer (and sometimes talk directly to users at other computers). the 1960s and 1970s, the US Department of Defense funded programs where computer scientists were paid to develop Internet protocols.
What was the DHCP allocated source IP host address for “student” VM and target VM? The DHCP allocated source IP host for VM is 172.30.0.4 and for Target VM is 172.30.0.8 4. When you pinged the targeted IP host, what was the source IP address and destination IP address of the ICMP echo request packet? souce = 172.30.0.2 target = 172.30.0.8 5. Did the targeted IP host respond to the ICMP echo- request packet with an ICMP echo- reply packet?
TCP is the transport layer protocol that links the application layer to the network layer. TCP breaks the data into smaller packets, numbers the packets, ensures each packet is reliably delivered, and puts the packets in the proper order at the destination. IP is the network layer protocol and performs addressing and routing. IP software is used at each of the computers through which the message passes through; IP routes the message to the final destination. TCP/IP is the transport & network layer protocol used on the Internet.
Question 1 What is the name of the computer you are working from? SEA-SVR1 Question 2 What is the default lease duration of a Wired subnet type? 6 long time Question 3 What are three recommendations listed in Server Manager for managing the DHCP Server role? 1. Increase fault border by change integrity DHCP orbital cavitys.
(TCO E) Your organization has decided to host a web server that will be accessible by the public. Organizational leadership is concerned about the web server being compromised and thus allowing the remaining network to be compromised. You want to come up with a solution to host the secure the web server internally, but still protect your network. What should you do? 4.
The standard system of academic referencing used by the DLC is Harvard System. 14. Examples of referencing from a) An academic text book – Reference of page numbers, paragraphs Summers, J & Smith, B 2006, Communication skills handbook, 2nd edn, Wiley, Milton. b) A website – Reference of Website address, access home pages such as Google, Hawkins Latest Book – My Brief History. Professor Stephen Hawking's website [online].
swers server 2003CHAPTER ANSWERS: MANAGING AND MAINTAINING A MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 ENVIRONMENT LAB MANUAL 2 PART 1: MANAGING AND MAINTAINING THE OPERATING SYSTEM CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCING MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 CHAPTER EXERCISES Exercise 1-1: Selecting an Operating System For each of the Windows Server 2003 versions in the left column, specify which description (or descriptions) in the right column apply. 1. Web Edition 2. Standard Edition 3. Enterprise Edition 4.
IPv4 and IPv6 By Billy Bostic SE 572 Network Security Keller Graduate School of Management Instructor: Dr. Lahoud April 3, 2010 I. Table of Contents 1 II. Executive Summary 2 III. Introduction 3 IV. The Current Status of IPv4 3-4 V. Recommendation to Change to IPv6 and Why 4 A.