Net+ Study Guide
- Suite of protocols used on the internet and many common LAN designs.
- Developed by Novell for use in Netware. SPX is a connection oriented protocol. IPX is a connectionless protocol. IPX addresses are eight hexadecimal characters in length.
- NetBIOS Extended User Interface. NetBEUI is a non-routable protocol.
- Set of networking protocols designed by Apple Computer. Appletalk is a routable protocol.
- Transport layer protocol that provides connection based reliable delivery. ACKS are used to acknowledge receipt of data received.
- Connectionless unreliable protocol for transmitting data. Any error control must be performed at a higher level of the OSI model.
- Connectionless protocol responsible for addressing and routing packets
- Internet Control Message Protocol. ICMP is used to share status and error information. PING and TRACEROUTE are common uses of the ICMP protocol.
- Address Resolution Protocol. ARP Converts IP addresses to hardware MAC addresses.
- POP3 is a mail protocol. This is used for servers that store mail until the user is ready to receive it.
- Used to send and receive mail over the internet
- Internet Message Access Protocol - IMAP is designed for a server to hold a users email until the user can retrieve it.
- Used to transfer files between network devices.
- ftp but not connection oriented.
- Network Time Protocol - used to synchronize computers clocks.
- Web traffic uses the HTTP protocol.
- HTTP protocol using Secure Socket Layer (SSL) to protect data.
- Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. DHCP is used to configure hosts network settings
- remote login access. Telnet is a connection based protocol. Telnet is a server/client based system.
- SNMP is used to remotely manage and monitor network devices