3 Contents Communication Between Hosts Through a MAC Bridge Through a LAN Switch Through a Router The tutorial is divided into four sections. Section 1 looks at direct communication between IP hosts on the same LAN segment. Sections 2 and 3 describe how this is affected if the hosts are separated by a MAC Layer Bridge or LAN Switch. The final section looks at communication between hosts that are separated by an IP Router.
4 Section 1: Communication Between Hosts Through a MAC Bridge Through a LAN Switch Through a Router Initially, let me describe the way that IP software makes the decision to transmit an IP datagram directly between two hosts located on the same segment.
5 Sally Harry Here we see two computer users connected by a cable in a local environment. Let s assume that both computers are running IP communication software. Sally is using some form of IP application to send datagrams to Harry.
6 Here are the IP addresses...
7 Here are the IP addresses....and the subnet masks.
8 The IP software in Sally s PC needs to find out if Harry s machine is in the same Broadcast Domain. A Broadcast Domain is simply the term that describes the extent of spread of a MAC level broadcast. In other words, if two hosts are located in the same Broadcast Domain, they will hear broadcast and multicast traffic transmitted by each other. Transmissions that occur within a Broadcast Domain are called intranetwork. Transmissions between Broadcast Domains are called internetwork.
9 To determine if Harry is in the same Broadcast Domain, Sally s software performs this comparison...
10 Source: ( ) AND () = To determine if Harry is in the same Broadcast Domain, Sally s software performs this comparison... She takes her own IP address, and performs a binary AND with her subnet mask...
11 Source: ( ) AND () = Destination: ( ) AND () = To determine if Harry is in the same Broadcast Domain, Sally s software performs this comparison... She takes her own IP address, and performs a binary AND with her subnet mask......then she takes Harry s IP address and performs a binary AND with her own subnet mask (Sally has no way to find out what Harry s subnet mask is).
12 Source: ( ) AND () = Destination: ( ) AND () = The resulting two numbers are identical. This tells Sally that she s in the same Broadcast Domain as Harry.
13 Source: ( ) AND () = Destination: ( ) AND () = To transmit to a host in the same Broadcast Domain, Sally needs to determine the MAC address (since she only knows the IP address). To do this, she uses the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), which is described in another tutorial.
14 Communication Between Hosts Section 2: Through a MAC Bridge Through a LAN Switch Through a Router Let s see if the basic, direct transmission process changes if we separate the hosts using a MAC Layer Bridge.
15 Sally Harry Bridge In this modified example, a MAC-Layer Transparent Bridge connects two LAN segments. Harry and Sally are attached to different segments. How does this affect the IP Transmission process?
16 Bridge In fact, Harry and Sally have the same IP addresses and subnet masks as if they were connected to the same LAN segment. The Bridge is essentially transparent to the IP communication.
17 Bridge ARP The side effect of this transparent operation is that broadcast traffic (such as ARP) must be allowed to pass through the bridge. Any attempt to filter ARP traffic results in a loss of communication between hosts.
18 Broadcast Domain Bridge Once again, we can say that these two hosts are within the same Broadcast Domain, even though they are separated by a Transparent Bridge.
19 Communication Between Hosts Through a MAC Bridge Section 3: Through a LAN Switch Through a Router LAN Switches are an interesting new connectivity tool. How do they effect the IP communication process?
20 Switch In this diagram we show Harry and Sally are both connected to the same LAN Switch. Switches are multiport MAC Layer Bridges that offer dedicated LAN bandwidth to each port. Typical workgroup switches offer 8, 12, 16, 24 or 64 connections to a single bridging unit.
21 Switch ARP Hosts that are attached to the same Switch must have the same Network ID and the same subnet mask in order to communicate. A standard ARP transaction is used to transfer traffic from one host to the other.
22 Switch Switch Of course, Harry and Sally are not necessarily connected to the same switch. However, inter-switch connections are usually just extensions of the Broadcast Domain, with a simple transfer of the Learning Bridge address tables.
23 Switch ARP Switch An extended switch network is completely transparent to the IP Transmission process, hosts simply ARP directly for the Destination IP address.
24 To transmit to a host that is in the same Broadcast Domain, IP software will ARP directly for the destination host IP address. This simple rule summarises the basic operation of the IP Transmission algorithm for hosts on the same LAN segment, and for LAN segments connected by bridges or switches.
25 ARP ARP ARP ARP Switch Switch One of the side effects of switch designs is that ARP (and other broadcast traffic) must be flooded throughout the full extent of the switched network. Each of these broadcasts will interrupt the host that it reaches, and will waste valuable network bandwidth. To allow all of these Broadcast Domain networks to scale, we must turn to Router technology.
26 Communication Between Hosts Through a MAC Bridge Through a LAN Switch Section 4: Through a Router
27 Sally Harry Router In this diagram I show Harry and Sally connected via an IP Router.
28 Router The IP addresses we have been using so far will not work correctly when Harry and Sally are connected through a router.
29 Router ARP The first reason for this is that the Router must not forward broadcast traffic. This means that the ARP request sent out by Sally will never be received by Harry.
30 Router The second problem is that the router ports must be configured with IP addresses. As you can see, in this addressing scheme both ports have the same Network ID (highlighted in red). Internally, the Routing Table would not be able to differentiate between these ports.
31 Router This diagram shows a modified IP addressing scheme. As you can see, the Network IDs on the left hand side ( ) are different from those on the right hand side ( ). All the Network IDs are highlighted in red.
32 Router Source: ( ) AND () = Destination: ( ) AND () = When Sally s IP software makes the same comparison that I described earlier, there is now a difference between the resulting numbers. Sally s software has determined that Harry is located in a different Broadcast Domain. To communicate between one Broadcast Domain and another, IP hosts must use an IP Router.
33 Router Broadcast Domain #1 Broadcast Domain #2 Sally s software needs to know the IP address of a router that is located in the same Broadcast Domain. There are several ways the software can find out this address. Let s just assume for the moment that the address is known The router that an IP host uses to transmit IP datagrams out of the Broadcast Domain is called the Default Router. (NOTE: The older term Default Gateway is still used by some IP veterans)
34 ARP Router Broadcast Domain #1 Broadcast Domain #2 Sally s software performs an ARP for the Default Router address. By definition, this address must be in the same Broadcast Domain. While her software is waiting for the ARP response, the IP traffic (shown as the blue rectangle) is queued.
35 Router Broadcast Domain #1 Broadcast Domain #2 Once the ARP request is resolved, Sally sends the traffic destined for Harry to the Default Router.
36 Router ARP Broadcast Domain #1 Broadcast Domain #2 The router examines the datagrams to see if the destination IP address is known. The procedure used by the router is described in another tutorial. In this case, the router knows that Harry s LAN segment is directly attached. The router sends out an ARP request to find out Harry s MAC address. The IP address for Harry is, of course, contained as the Destination Address in the IP datagrams. The router queues the traffic while awaiting an ARP response.
37 Router Broadcast Domain #1 Broadcast Domain #2 Once the ARP is resolved, the router sends the traffic to Harry.
38 To transmit to a host that is in the same Broadcast Domain, IP software will ARP directly for the destination host IP address. To transmit to a host that is in a different Broadcast Domain, IP software will ARP for the default router IP address. So here are the two Golden Rules used by host software.
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