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Therefore the information contained in the UDP header is limited. DYNAMIC HOST CONFIGURATION PROTOCOL (DHCP) DHCP is an application layer protocol responsible for allowing a device to automatically obtain an IP ADDRESS and addresses of other important network assets such as DNS servers and routers.
NTP (Network Time Protocol) DNS (Domain Name Service) BOOTP, DHCP. NNP (Network News Protocol) Quote of the day protocol; TFTP, RTSP, RIP, OSPF. Application layer can do some of the tasks through UDP- Trace Route; Record Route; Time stamp; UDP takes datagram from Network Layer, attach its header and send it to the user. So, it works fast.
The wonder of IPv6 lies in its header. An IPv6 address is 4 times larger than IPv4, but surprisingly, the header of an IPv6 address is only 2 times larger than that of IPv4. IPv6 headers have one Fixed Header and zero or more Optional (Extension) Headers. All the necessary information that is essential for a router is kept in the Fixed Header.
The ICMP Protocol. ICMP is defined in RFC (Request For Comments) RFC792. Looking at its position in the OSI model we can see that it's sitting in the Network layer (layer 3) alongside IP. There are no ports used with ICMP, this is because of where the protocol sits in the OSI model.
We took a superficial idea of the kind of network protocols available and what they have to offer us. How DNS server works and helps in address resolution, IPv4, IPv6 along with some other protocols were discussed. Recommended Articles. This has been a guide to What is Networking Protocols.
UNINETT November 2006 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Options for the Intel Preboot eXecution Environment (PXE) Status of This Memo This memo provides information for the Internet community. It does not specify an Internet standard of any kind.
Data-link layer protocols, such as PPP, format the IP datagram into a frame. These protocols attach a third header and a footer to “frame” the datagram. The frame header includes a cyclic redundancy check (CRC) field that checks for errors as the frame travels over the network media. Then, the data-link layer passes the frame to the physical layer.