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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nishtha on Wednesday May 18, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to INFO 330 at Drexel University taught by Dikran Kassabian in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 8 views. For similar materials see Networking in INFO at Drexel University.
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Date Created: 05/18/16
INFO 330 Quiz Study Guide (Focus Areas) Note the sections I identify in this study guide are where the questions on the quiz will come from. I also note in capital letters certain sections or topics that will NOT be on the quiz. Here are the acronyms that may appear on the exam: Icons on page 3 in the text (at the bottom of the page) ISP RFC IP UTP DoS DDoS P2P API FTP HTTP SMTP TLD DNS TCP RTT Round Trip Time Study these sections in the book: o 1.1.1 If you are not familiar with this material by now, study it closely. o 1.1.3 o 1.3.1 Packet Switching up to page 24. o 1.3.2 to page 28 (includes figure 1.13) FDM and TDM will NOT be on the quiz. o There will be a question that requires you to understand transmission rates (IE Mbps) of circuits on a network. o Packet Switching verses Circuit switching on pages 3031. Again quiz will NOT include the multiplexing in circuit switched networks section that starts at the bottom of page 28. o 1.4.1 o 1.5.1 with an emphasis on the layers in figure 1.23 on page 50. o In section 2.2; 2.2.1 Peer to peer vs client server Understand the difference Know some examples of each type of communication. o 2.2.2 HTTP packets (GET, 200 OK, and the conditional GET) ports it uses; uses tcp for transporting data) Items learned from the HTTP lab o 2.3 up to page 117 only. FTP ports it uses (push methodology; uses tcp for transporting data) o 2.4.2 SMTP compared to HTTP; ports it uses; uses tcp for transporting data Difference between the mail access protocols POP3 and IMAP. o From 2.5 2.5.1, 2.5.2 DNS ports it uses; uses UDP for transporting data Hierarchy; root servers, TLD servers, authoritative servers; default servers Host aliasing Understand how iterative queries operate ONLY
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