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BUSI 4404 Chapter 5: Chapter 5
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Department
Business
Course
BUSI 4404
Professor
Alice Keung
Semester
Winter

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Chapter 5 Access Control List: Plays a large role in network security. Defines the types of packets that should be routed and which should be discarded. Address Resolution: The process of determining the lower-layer address from a higher layer address. This means turning the application layer address/server name of the destination into a network layer address into a data link layer address. Two Types: Server Name Resolution and Data Link Layer Address Resolution. Address Resolution Protocol: The network layer protocol standard for data link layer address resolution requests. Looks at IP address and asks the sender to send the data link layer address. Formats broadcast messages. Addressing: Used to direct messages from source to destination. A portion of an IP address represents the network and the rest identifies the hosT. Application layer address: Also known as a server name. Application software that uses Internet addresses. Whenever a user types in an Internet address into a Web browser, the request is passed to the network layer as part of an application layer packet formatted using the HTTP protocol. Autonomous systems: Is a network operated by one organization like IBM. Or an organization that runs one part of the Internet. Auxiliary port: A port that allows an administrator to log in via a direct, non-network connection. Rarely used today. Border Gateway Protocol[BGP]: A network layer standard exterior protocol used to exchange route information between routers using dynamic, decentralized routing. Used for large sections of the Internet (autonomous systems). Border router: Part of each autonomous system that connects it to the adjacent autonomous systems and exchanges route information via BGP. Broadcast message: Is received and processed by all computers on the same LAN (which is usually designed to match the IP subnet). Centralized routing: All routing decisions are made by one central computer or router. Is used often in host based networks. Cisco IOS: IOS= Internetwork Operating System. The operating system that is used in about 90% of routers. The IOS uses a command line interface. Classless advertizing: Also called slash notation. A slash used to indicate the address range. Example: 128.192.1.0/24 means the first 24 bits (3 bytes) are fixed and the company can allocate the last byte (8 bits). Connectionless messsaging: Means each packet is treated separately and makes its own way through the network. Connection-oriented messaging: Sets up a TCP connection (also called session) between the sender and receiver. Uses the three way handshake (SYN, SYN-ACK,SYN) Console port: Also called management port. Configures the router. Uses a console cable and computer with a serial line connected to the router. Data link layer address: Also known as the physical address/MAC address. Is on the network interface card. Are needed only on multipoint circuits (which have more than one computer on them). Ex: 00-0C-00-F5-03-5A Designated router: A special router that manages routing information for networks that use OSPF (Open Shortest Path First-an interior routing protocol). Destination port address: The address of the receiver of a message in regards to using TCP/IP software. Distance vector dynamic: The router counts the number of hops along a route. A hop is one circuit. Domain Name Service [DNS]: Are name servers that perform IP address resolution. Dynamic addressing: A server is designated to supply a network layer address to a computer each time the computer connects to the network. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol[DHCP]: Is the most standard way of doing dynamic addressing. A network-layer protocol standard used to supply TCP/IP address information using dynamic address assignments. Dynamic routing: Also called adaptive routing. Lets all computers on the network make their own routing decisions. Used when there are multiple routes through a network. Two weaknesses: 1st: It requires more processing by each computer or router in the network than centralized or static routing. 2nd: The transmission of routing information wastes network capacity. Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol[EIGRP]: It's a dynamic hybrid (has features of both distance vector protocols and link state protocols) interior routing protocol made by Cisco and is used in organizations. Records info on a route's transmission, capacity, delay, reliability, and load. It is unique in that it lets computers or routers store their own routing table as well as its neighbors routing tables. Exterior routing protocol: Protocols used between autonomous systems. Are designed to be selective in the information it provides-gives information about only the preferred or best routes. Gateway: A device that connects two different networks. Allows networks of different vendors to communicate by translating
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