Web Science/Part1: Foundations of the web/Internet Protocol/Summary, further reading, homework

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Homework for Web Science MOOC Week 1.pdf

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  1. Use a Regional Internet Registry to search the Whois database for IP address information.
  2. Review Wireshark: Internet Protocol (IP).
  3. Use Wireshark to capture and analyze local IPv4 traffic.
  4. Use Wireshark to capture and analyze remote IPv4 traffic.
  5. Use Wireshark to capture and analyze fragmented IPv4 traffic.

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1

Which of the following stements is true about IP?

The protocol can be used to ensure a reliable connection between computers
The protocol was developed to create an overlay network of Local area networks
The robustness principle was a core design decision

2

Which holds true about packaging?

One sends either an ethernet frame or an IP package
IP packages are placed inside ethernet frames
Ethernet frames are placed inside IP packages

3

How do you get an IP address

First come first serve. Whenever you log in to the internet you get one of the free numbers assigned
IP will be assigned by the IANA
There exist authorative public DHCP servers which will assign you an IP Address


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i don;t now why did we need homework --157.130.35.122 (discuss) 15:42, 4 May 2016 (UTC)

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