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1

What is the Transport Layer?
7.1.1.1

transport layer is responsible for establishing a temporary communication session between two applications

2

What is the primary responsibilities of transport layer protocols?
7.1.1.1

Tracking the individual communication between applications on the source and destination hosts

Segmenting data for manageability and reassembling segmented data into streams of application data at the destination

Identifying the proper application for each communication stream

3

What Protocol Does HTTP, FTP, TELNET, SMTP
7.1.1.8

TCP

4

What Protocol Does DNS, VoIP, IPTV
7.1.1.8

UDP

5

What Service use Both TCP and UDP

DNS, voIP, TFTP

6

What are the Well known Ports numbers range
7.1.2.8

0 - 1023

7

What are the registered Port Numbers range
7.1.2.8

1024 - 49151

8

What Command is used to check ports?
7.1.2.9

netstat

9

What is the main difference between TCP and UDP?
7.2.1.1

Reliability

10

What are the 3 Step for Connection?
7.2.1.3

1. Send SYN
2. SYN, ACK
3. Established

11

What is URG?
7.2.1.3

Urgent pointer field significant

12

What is ACK?
7.2.1.3

Acknowledgement field significant

13

What is PSH?
7.2.1.3

Push function

14

What is RST?
7.2.1.3

Reset the connection

15

What is SYN?
7.2.1.3

Synchronize sequence numbers

16

What is FIN?
7.2.1.3

No more data from sender

17

What is ISN mean?
7.2.2.1

Initial Sequence Number

18

What does ISN represent?
7.2.2.1

Represents the starting value for the bytes for this session that is transmitted to the receiving application

19

how large is the window size in the Flow Control
7.2.2.4

16-Bits