Web Science/Part1: Foundations of the web/Transmission Control Protocol

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Transmission Control Protocol

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  1. understand which problems of IP will be solved with the transmition control protocol
  2. be aware of the limitations of the internet protocol and the internet architecture
  3. get to know the end to end principle and in which only sender and receiver take care that communication works properly
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  • understand the concept of a logical connection (virtual communication channel) between two computers on the internet
  • understand the importance of acknowledging received messages
  • be able to understand the process of establishing a tcp / connection
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  • understand the concept of a socket in a TCP/IP package
  • understand that ports are part of the TCP header
  • be able to explain the difference between solicited and unsolicited TCP/IP traffic
  • understand how ports can be used for multiplexing internet connections
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  • understand the concept of windowsize and sliding window
  • understand how flow control can prevent TCP connections to overload link layer protocols and slow networks
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