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CIW, internetworking professional: study guide by Patrick T. Lane, Rod Hauser

By Patrick T. Lane, Rod Hauser

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It may also function in parallel with other protocols operating through the same NIC. Because of this, it serves as an ideal bridge that allows existing LANs and WANs to act as backbones for an enterprise. 1 5 TCP/IP and interoperability VAX IBM SNA Network IBM Compatible Workstation Server IBM AS/400 Micro VAX Standard Ethernet Router Macintosh Laser printer FDDI Ring Token Ring Internetworking and the Corporate Network TCP/IP has emerged as the dominant internetworking protocol because it allows different systems to work together.

In the late 1980s, the Department of Defense decommissioned the ARPANET, and all sites transferred to the National Science Foundation (NSF) network, called the NSFnet. S. government that promotes the advancement of science and engineering. The NSF increased the number of NSFnet supercomputers to five in 1986 and added access to more networks, expanding the range of sites for businesses, universities, and government and military installations. com Evolution of the Internet 7 connected with 56Kbps telephone lines that created regional networks, with each supercomputing “center” as a hub for connections in a given region.

108. com OSI/RM Protocol Examples 25 Bootstrap Protocol (BootP)—RFCs 951 and 2132 The Bootstrap Protocol (BootP) is an alternative to RARP. BootP allows diskless workstations to determine not only their IP addresses but also additional parameters, such as default gateways, and the addresses of particular servers, such as a DNS server. RARP provides only an IP address. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)—RFC 2131 The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is based on BootP. Like BootP, it is designed to assign Internet addresses and additional parameters, such as default gateways and DNS servers, to nodes on a TCP/IP network.

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