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1 Steady State Operation, Lecture 22 Kevin Fall Jean Walrand Typical operation looks like this: Seq CK Win Seq CK Win - Fall & Walrand 783 TCP Sequence Numbers Sequence numbers are used to provide reliability (ordering, protection from duplicates, etc) Each endpoint chooses its own initial sequence number (which is not fixed) Need a way for each endpoint to learn the other endpoint s sequence number space Do this during connection establishment TCP Connection Setup TCP Connections are bi-directional, so need each end to understand its peer s starting sequence number (not zero). Uses a three-way handshake: n > Seq k, SYN > n <--- Seq j, CK k+1, SYN+CK <-- n ----> Seq k+1, CK j+1, CK ----> - Fall & Walrand Fall & Walrand 785 TCP Connection Tear-Down Need to tear down both directions of the TCP connection. Uses modified 3- way handshake: n ---- Seq k, CK j+1, FIN+CK > n <--- Seq j, CK k+1, CK <-- n... sometime later... n <--- Seq j, CK k+1, FIN+CK <-- n ----> Seq k, CK j+1, CK ----> TCP State Transitions Each end of each TCP connection operates as a finite state machine States are used primarily to indicate pending connection open or pending connection close - Fall & Walrand Fall & Walrand 787

2 TCP State Diagram Seq:i SYN Win - Fall & Walrand 788 SYN_SENT LISTEN - Fall & Walrand 789 Seq:i+1 CK:j+1 CK Win Seq:j CK:i+1 SYN,CK Win SYN_SENT SYN_RCVD - Fall & Walrand 790 ESTLISHED SYN_RCVD - Fall & Walrand 791 oth ESTLISHED, exchange data... Connection tear-down... Seq:t CK:q CK,FIN Win ESTLISHED ESTLISHED - Fall & Walrand 792 FIN_WIT_1 ESTLISHED - Fall & Walrand 793

3 pp on must now close... Seq:q CK:t+1 CK Win FIN_WIT_1 CLOSE_WIT - Fall & Walrand 794 FIN_WIT_2 CLOSE_WIT - Fall & Walrand 795 Connection tear-down... Connection tear-down... Seq:t+1 CK:q+1 CK Win Seq:q CK:t+1 CK,FIN Win FIN_WIT_2 LST_CK - Fall & Walrand 796 TIMED_WIT LST_CK - Fall & Walrand 797 Client now waits 2*MSL before returning to CLOSED state ( may RTX a FIN) TIMED_WIT - Fall & Walrand 798 CLOSED 2MSL Wait MSL (Max Segment Lifetime) n specified as 2 minutes (RFC793, 1122) n When cleaning up a connection, it is conceivable that packets belonging to the connection are still in the network n y holding the connection state, can absorb these without them returning to new instantiations of the same connection - Fall & Walrand 799

4 Related Issue So, we mentioned that TCPs do not use zero for an initial sequence number ISNs are supposed to be chosen so that packets belonging to an earlier instantiation of the same connection aren t accepted as valid One way is to use a system-wide ISN counter (increment every 4us say) Security concerns suggest random ISNs Urgent Data In the TCP header, we see support for urgent data Urgent data may be indicated by an application, and appears immediately after a TCP header in the data stream Marked in a segment by the URG bit being on, and the pointer indicating the offset of the last byte of urgent data Urgent data overcomes flow control - Fall & Walrand 0 - Fall & Walrand 1 Maximum Segment Size (MSS) TCP chooses the size of segments it will send During connection establishment, a TCP can specify to its peer its MSS. Peer will not send segments of size > MSS. Congestion control computations usually performed in terms of MSS Is peer s MSS the right size to use? Choosing a Segment Size Never want to send segments longer than peer s MSS, but what about smaller: n if larger than path MTU, may fragment n if smaller than path MTU, inefficient Recall, we may use path MTU discovery: n set DF bit in IP header of each packet n look for ICMP unreachable messages; newer ones contain next-hop MTU n if lacking that, just choose common sizes - Fall & Walrand 2 - Fall & Walrand 3 The Push Function TCP spec has a notion of push function which would presumably cause data to be delivered without delay Generally, no way for app to express its desire to perform push, thus no guarantee of effectiveness That said, most TCPs turn on the PSH bit when emptying send buffer The TCP Checksum TCP checksum is completely analogous to the UDP checksum (same algorithm, but required for TCP) Uses slightly different pseudoheader: Source IP Destination IP zero proto TCP length length field is derived entirely from IP - Fall & Walrand 4 - Fall & Walrand 5

6 Recent (Minor) Enhancements New-Reno Congestion voidance n During recovery, delay deflation of window n Helps avoid Reno lock-up w/multiple drops n RFC 2582 Limited Transmit n lways allowed to send off the top for first 2 DUPCKs received n Helps in cases of loss with small windows, [see RFC 3042] TCP Summary Reliable, connection oriented transport Stream service on IP datagram network Flow control, congestion control Silly window avoidance (Nagle) daptive retransmission with exponential backoff (Karn) Several options improve performance (described in RFC1323) - Fall & Walrand Fall & Walrand 813 Word on Implementation The pplication View Typical implementations are of the following form: PI Transport Network Drivers User Space Services pp Protocols System-Level PI TCP UDP IP D1 D2 D3 D4 Kernel - Fall & Walrand 814 pplications are written to a particular PI (e.g. sockets) providing access to multiple protocols asic functions: n open and close connections n send and receive datagrams n read and write data n set/get options - Fall & Walrand 815 PI Implementation Networking PI is a combination of libraries and system calls: n libraries: application-layer, linked with app n system calls: function calls implemented within the operating system (executed via traps) Important internal objects: n buffering data structure (e.g. Unix mbufs) n lookup maps (e.g. Unix PC s) n event and timer management uffers Used pervasively to hold packets, and sometimes for other things too Used to form queues: n Input: interface receive queue, IP input queue, IP fragment reassembly queues, TCP reassembly queues, app queue (socket buffer) n Output: app queue (socket buffer), TCP retransmission queue, interface output queue - Fall & Walrand Fall & Walrand 817

7 Operations on uffers Important operations on buffers: n enque, deque n prepend/remove headers n partial or full copy Other issues: n placement of packet in buffer may have profound impact on performance... for example, typically better to arrange for word alignment of IP header on receive and extra space at beginning on allocation Lookup Maps Often need a way to map a received network message to its intended receiver: n Ethernet type field to network protocol n IP protocol field to transport protocol n port number pair to intended receive process w [note: this one may be very large] Original techniques based on linear search didn t scale. Now mostly hashing. - Fall & Walrand Fall & Walrand 819 Timers and Events Uses for timers: TCP timers (RTX, persist, keep-alive, 2*MSL, delayed CK), frag reassembly, RP cache, IGMP reports Timers generally run off the computer s clock interrupt, often divided down to intervals such as 10ms up to 500ms Two common techniques: use system-defined periodic dispatcher [common in TCP/IP], use specific deadline - Fall & Walrand 820

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