CS 164: Slide Set 12 IPv6 and Transport Layer . Where are we ?. We have covered Sections 4.1, 4.2 and 4.3 (We finish 4.3 today with IPv6). We now move to Chapter 5 and cover Sections 5.1 and 5.2. We will revisit Section 4.4 (Multicast), time permitting. Why IPv6 ?.
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IPv6 and Transport Layer
it is simply represented as : 47CD::A456:1204
-- for compact representation.
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Transmit segmentsPictorial View of the Process
ACK and Advertised Window go from receiver to sender (we will see later).
Hdr Len -- In terms of 32 bit words.
Checksum is over TCP header, TCP data and pseudoheader (as in UDP).TCP Segment (cont)
Active participant will see later).
SYN, SequenceNum =
ACK, Acknowledgment =y+1Connection Establishment