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Network Protocols at Huffman Trucking Company 1 Identify Protocols 0 TC PlP o lPXSPX o AppleTalk 2 Rationale for the Adoption of Existing Protocols 0 Applications and systems being used 0 Ideal protocols 3 Advantages of Protocols 0 TCPlP 0 PXSPX 4 Disadvantages of Protocols 0 TCPlP 0 PXSPX 5 Recommendations and Benefits Routable Supports all modern operating systems Traffic controllers for large private networks Connects dissimilar systems Robust scaleable crossplatform clientserver framework Fast Highly Established Works with TCPIP Enables file amp printer sharing on Window operating systems Good for small to medium networks Cost Undesirable sharing Illegal or Undesirable Behavior Data Security Concerns Not designed for enterprise environment no standardization of network numbers Relies heavily on broadcast traffic for service advertising router location network condition updates Identifying Protocols Huffman Trucking is using lPXSPX protocols because it has Novell s Netware network operating system 411 at its Missouri and Ohio offices These protocols are supported by Novell It is also using AppleTalk at its Ohio and Missouri offices because the Marketing Departments have seven MAC workstations each that are doing graphics and design The California office amp plant New Jersey office Ohio plant and Missouri plant locations are running TCPIP Apple Talk is a proprietary protocol suite that was developed by Apple Corporation Data is moved as datagram and particular protocols use particular datagram structures Transmission Control Protocol TCP is one of the core protocols of the Internet protocol suite often referred to as TCPIP Using TCP applications on networked hosts can create connections to one another over which they can exchange streams of data IP is a data oriented protocol used for communicating data across a packetswitched internetwork It is a network layer protocol and is encapsulated in a data link layer protocol lPX protocol performs networking addressing and internetwork routing at the Network Layer SPX protocol provides connectionoriented packet delivery at the Transport Layer Rationale for the Adoption of Existing Protocols Huffman Trucking Company s rationalization for the use of its network protocols TCPIP lPXSPX and AppleTalk would probably be the applications and operating systems that are being run on its systems These network protocols would also be suitable because the addresses of the different devices such as routers computers timeservers printers Internet fax machines and some telephones will have to be read Advantages of Protocols The Huffman Trucking Company is using TCPIP at those specified locations because of the advantages that these protocols offer TCPIP are routable and support just about all modern operating systems They are used as traffic controllers for large private networks Should Huffman decide to expand these protocols would be ideal for the purpose TCPIP connects dissimilar systems This is a needed advantage for Huffman because it has different types of systems TCPIP are robust scaleable and has a crossplatform clientserver framework lPXSPX is fast highly established and works with TCPIP These protocols enable file and printer sharing on Window operating systems One of the reasons Huffman is using them is because they are good for small to medium networks Disadvantages of Protocols TCPIP is costly and has undesirable sharing and behavior There are also some security concerns It may have lots of features that one may not need at the time Henceforth it may waste bandwidth time or effort on ensuring things that are irrelevant to the task at hand TCP has no block boundaries one has to create hisher own TCP has relatively poor throughput on a high bandwidth and high latency link such as a satellite connection or an overfull T1 It can not be used for broadcast or multicast transmission It also can not conclude a transmission without all data in motion being explicitly acked lPXSPX are not designed for enterprise environment and have no standardization of network numbers They also rely heavily on broadcast traffic for service advertising router location and network condition updates Recommendations and Benefits Huffman Trucking Company needs to synchronize all of its systems with similar protocols Presently there are some locations in the same state with different protocols It is also recommended that Huffman keeps better documentation of its protocols Since Huffman has different types of systems TCPIP should always be its choice of protocols because TCPIP enables crossplatform networking They give Huffman the ability to add networks without interrupting existing services Reference httpWWWmacengrucfcduambrosetcpvsudphtml httpWWWbrazosportcduslannennetesschap13htm httpenwikipcdiaorgWikiLan Overview of TCPIP by Tim Parker Karanit S Siyan
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