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An Overview of TCP/IP



TCP/IP and the Application Layer



TCP/IP and the Transport Layer



TCP/IP and the Internet Layer






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Cisco Systems Networking Academy: First-Year Companion Guide

From: Cisco Systems Networking Academy: First-Year Companion Guide
Author: Vito Amato
Publisher: Cisco Press (53)
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After reading this chapter, you will be able to

  • Describe the function of the application layer in TCP/IP

  • Describe the function of the transport layer in TCP/IP

  • Describe the function of the network layer in TCP/IP

  • Describe ICMP

  • Describe ARP

  • Describe RARP

  • Describe why TCP is a reliable protocol

  • Describe why UTP is an unreliable system


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