CNET 184 - CH 6

  1. A protocol in the TCP/IP suite used to resolve logical IP addresses to physical MAC addresses.
    Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)
  2. The Macintosh remote file-management protocol.
    AppleTalk File Protocol (AFP)
  3. A type of protocol that works in the upper layers of the OSI model to provide app to app interaction.
    Application Protocol
  4. A special range of addresses that starts with 169.254 and is used by a computer when no DHCP server responds to a DHCP request.
    Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA)
  5. An IP addressing method in which address classes no longer dictate the part of an IP address designated as the network portion. A network admin can assign however many bits are appropriate to teh network design.
    Classless Interdomain Routing (CIDR)
  6. A TCP/IP protocl used to associate a computer's IP address with a name.
    Domain Name System
  7. A TCP/IP protocol that allows automatic IP address and subnet mask assignment.
    Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)
  8. A TCP/IP protocol used for file transfer and manipulation services.
    File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
  9. The protocol used to transfer Web pages from a Web server to a Web browser.
    Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
  10. A TCP/IP protocol used to send information and error messages.
    Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)
  11. TCP/IP's primary network protocol; it provides addressing and routing information.
  12. An updated version of IPv4 created to solve some problems inherent in that protocol, such as a somewhat limiting 32-bit address space, lack of built-in security, a sometimes complicated setup, and a lack of built-in Quality of Service.
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CNET 184 - CH 6
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