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Internet and Intranet Fundamentals

Class 3

Session A

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  • TCP/IP

    • Comer Animations and Images

  • Internet Architecture (SessionB)

  • Regulation (Session B)

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  • Comer Animations and Images


  • ARP and Reverse ARP

    • Address Resolution Protocol

      • IP layer must pass to datalink layer the datalink adress of the destination interface

        • on same network

      • ARP automates address table update

        • uses broadcast

    • RARP

      • knows frame address, must find own IP address

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  • ICMP = Internet Control Message Protocol

    • routers generate most ICMP traffic

    • most common types

      • destination unreachable: can’t find routing table entry

      • routing redirect: better route exists

      • time expired: ttl = 0; traceroute uses this

      • echo request / echo reply: ping uses this

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TCP / IPRouting Architecture

  • Autonomous Systems (AS)

    • collection of routers under single administration

    • use same routing protocol

      • Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP)

      • keeps routers informed of interior routes

    • AS-to-AS connection uses a different protocol

      • Exterior Gateway Protocol

      • policy routing, transit traffic, local traffic (originating within)

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TCP / IPRouting Architecture

  • Routing Protocols

  • Reachability Protocols

    • whether path exists

      • EGPs and BGPs (Border Gateway Protocol)

  • Distance Vector Protocol

    • distance metric to remote network

      • RIP = Routing Information Protocol

        • broadcast exchange of routing information

        • uses UDP

      • OSPF = Open Shortest Path First

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Internet Architecture

  • Overview

  • ISPs

    • Internet Service Providers

  • Regional Networks

  • NAPs and MAEs

  • U.S. Commercial Backbone

  • Internet Monitoring

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Internet ArchitectureOverview

  • A Network of Networks

    • internetworking

  • The Big Picture


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  • Points of Presence (POPs)

  • Dial-Up and Dedicated Network Connections

    • variety of underlying technologies

    • PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol)

      • modems

    • ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network)

    • Frame Relay, Dedicated T-1

    • ADSL and Cable Modems

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  • Large and Small

  • Connect to Regional Network

    • may be a regional network

  • Larger Players

    • UUNet, PSINet, and Netcom

    • Telcos: MCI, ATT

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  • Internet Access also provided by

    • OSP (Online Service Providers)

      • AOL, Compuserve, Prodigy

  • For a complete list of ISPs seeThe List:

  • IPPs (Internet Presence Providers)

    • same as ISP but no access provided

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ISP Technology

  • Aggregators

    • also known concentrators

    • handles

      • incoming dial-up calls (say, 100)

      • a few ISDN lines

      • leased-line connections (T-1)

      • frame relay

      • and function as a router to the internal ISP network

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ISP Technology

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Regional Networks

  • BARRNet: Northern Central California (CA)

  • CERFnet: Western US and International

  • CICnet: Midwest US (MN, WI, IA, IN, IL, MI, OH)

  • MIDnet: Mid-US (NE, OK, AR, MO, IA, KS, SD)

  • NEARNET: Northeastern US (ME, NH, VT, CT, RI, MA)

  • NYSERNet: Northeastern US (NY...)

  • SURAnet: Southeastern US (WV, VA, SC, NC, TN, KY, LA, MS, AL, GA, FL, Washington, D.C., MD, DE)

  • Westnet: Western US (AZ, CO, ID, NM, UT, WY)

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Regional NetworksCERFnet (now AT&T)

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Regional NetworksCERFnet (now AT&T)

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Regional Networks

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NAPs and MAEs

  • NAP = Network Access Point

    • originally NFS

  • MAE = Metropolitan Area Exchange

    • MCI Worldcom has a service mark on this

    • Tier-1

      • MAE-East (D.C.) and MAE-West (San Jose)

    • Tier-2

      • LA, Chicago, Dallas, Houston, New York

    • Giant LAN switch (FDDI)

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MAE-Los Angeles




















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U.S. Commercial Backbone

  • ANS (formerly the NSF backbone, now owned by MCI WorldComm)

  • AT&T Network Services

  • BBN Planet

  • MCI WorldCom

  • Sprintlink

  • UUNET (now owned by MCI WorldCom)

  • PSI

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Regional NetworksPSINet & UUNET

  • Performance Systems Intenational

    • based in Herndon, VA



    • MCI’s internet subsidiary


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U.S. Commercial Backbone

  • Minor ISPs Interconnect to Regional Networks at Tier-2 NAPs and MAEs

    • T-1, T-3

  • Regional Networks Connect to Backboneat NAPs

    • T-3, OC-3, OC-12 and up

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Internet Monitoring


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