Ports 1 to 1023 4. Identify the port numbers for the following applications a. Telnet 23 b. HTTP 80 c. FTP 20, 21 d. DNS 53 e. DHCP 67, 68 5. Define the purpose of a connection oriented protocol. Give an example. It establishes the network connection, manages the data transfer, and terminates the connection.
Protocol - When computers communicate with each other, there needs to be a common set of rules and instructions that each computer follows. A specific set of communication rules is called a protocol. 11. HTTP – Hyper Text Transfer Protocol HTTP is the underlying protocol used by the World Wide. 12.
The NIC provides the physical connection between the device and the network (Ciccarelli, et al 2013). The device driver of the computer controls and allows communication between the computer’s operating system and the NIC (Ciccarelli, et al 2013). A Media Access Control (MAC) address is uniquely hard-coded into the NIC of the device
Web page - a hypertext document connected to the World Wide Web. Protocol - When computers communicate with each other, there needs to be a common set of rules and instructions that each computer follows. A specific set of communication rules is called a protocol. HTTP - HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) is the underlying protocol used by the World Wide. Enterprise Network - connects many types of networks.
This layer connects internet protocol to underlying network protocols in the physical layer. 5. What are the call management functions that VoIP must perform VoIP must perform similar call management functions, including the following: • Establishing connections between VoIP end nodes on IP networks • Establishing connections between VoIP end nodes and PSTN and other phones • Performing protocol conversions as needed • Managing available network capacity to ensure quality of service 6. What does a programming language standard define? A programming language standard defines the following: • Language syntax and grammar • Machine behavior for each instruction or statement • Test programs with expected warnings, errors, and execution behavior 7.
The Hub Transport server role stores all of configuration settings and replicates through Active Directory to other Hub servers in organization. These include Transport Rules, Journal Rules and Connector Configurations. Task 3 – Configuring Exchange Server 2007 1. What role is the Administrator user account in the Contoso.com domain granted? Hub Role 2.
UNIT 9 OSPF in Multi-access Networks Area Border Router (ABR): An ABR is a kind of router that is located near the border between one or more Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) areas. It is used to establish a connection between backbone networks and the OSPF areas. It is a member of both the main backbone network and the specific areas to which it connects, so it stores and maintains separate routing information or routing tables regarding the backbone and the topologies of the area to which it is connected. Autonomous System Boundary Router (ASBR): ASBRs are the links between the OSPF autonomous system and the outside network. They exchange their autonomous system topology data with boundary routers in other autonomous systems.
Adrian Fisher NT1330 Professor Sayles Unit 1 Assignment 1 DNS & DHCP Today I will be talking about what a Domain Name System (DNS) and what a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is. Then I will explain how the two intersect. A Domain Name System (DNS) is a distributed naming system for computers, services or any resource connected to the internet or a private network. Pretty much it’s a internet service that translates domain names into IP addresses. Sort of like a middle man.