IP Forwarding. Relates to Lab 3. Covers the principles of end-to-end datagram delivery in IP networks. Orientation. Internet is a collection of networks IP provides an end-to-end delivery service for IP datagrams between hosts The delivery service is realized with the help of IP routers.
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Relates to Lab 3.
Covers the principles of end-to-end datagram delivery in IP networks.
The following conditions must hold so that an IP datagram can be successfully delivered
Routing table of a host or router
IP datagrams can be directly delivered (“direct”) or are sent to a next hop router (“R4”)
1. Forwarding:How to pass a packet from an input interface to the output interface?
2.Routing: How to find and setup the routing tables?
IP router: IP forwarding enabled
Host: IP forwarding disabled
Receivean IP datagram
*Note: A router has many IP addresses. The IP address in the routing table refers to the address of the network interface on the same directly connected network.
32.Search for a match on 0 bits
Host route, loopback entry 32-bit prefix match
Default route is represented as 0.0.0.0/0 0-bit prefix match
The longest prefix match for 126.96.36.199 is for 24 bits with entry 188.8.131.52/24
Datagram will be sent to R4
This is sometimes called the Router Discovery Protocol