CH4 SVLogicalPhysicalWorkTogether

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CH4 SVLogicalPhysicalWorkTogether

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  1. How Physical and Logical Addressing Work Together

    Slide 1 - How Physical and Logical Addressing Work Together

    • This portion of lesson shows how logical addresses and physical addresses work together to ensure that data finds destination across a large network
    • For illustration purposes, assume represented network uses Ethernet for both its LAN and WAN portions
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  2. Simplified Form of an internetwork

    Slide 2 - Simplified Form of an internetwork

    • Router
    • Switch
    • WAN Connection
    • A network
    • What do all these symbols mean?
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  3. Internetwork with Letters Representing MAC Addresses

    Slide 3 - Internetwork with Letters Representing MAC Addresses

    • A MAC Address usually looks like
    • “D4-E1-F2-7E-B1-89” (example)
    • But for this explanation, we are just using a letter
  4. Different Segments  of an Internetwork

    Slide 4 - Different Segments of an Internetwork

    • Segment
    • Segment
    • Large network needs to be broken down into smaller components
    • Avoids overwhelming network capacity
    • Each component is called a segment
    • Also called collision domains or broadcast domains
  5. Each network segment requires a unique network represented by an IP address

    Slide 5 - Each network segment requires a unique network represented by an IP address

    • IP Address for each segment is shown in yellow
  6. AND Each Device  Needs a Unique Logical Address

    Slide 6 - AND Each Device Needs a Unique Logical Address

    • Network address for each device within a segment must contain the network address of the entire segment as well as a unique identifier for each interface
  7. Bigger Picture: Unique Logical Addresses Assigned to Each Device

    Slide 7 - Bigger Picture: Unique Logical Addresses Assigned to Each Device

  8. Source Computer and Its Intended Destination in Internetwork

    Slide 8 - Source Computer and Its Intended Destination in Internetwork

  9. Resetting Source and Destination Physical Addresses at Each Hop

    Slide 9 - Resetting Source and Destination Physical Addresses at Each Hop

    • First Hop
  10. Second Hop

    Slide 10 - Second Hop

  11. Third Hop

    Slide 11 - Third Hop

  12. Final Hop

    Slide 12 - Final Hop