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1 Lab 5 1. What is the 48 bit Ethernet address of your computer? Figure 1 According to above screenshot (Figure 1), the Ethernet address of my computer is 00:0c:29:b4:cb: What is the 48 bit destination address in the Ethernet frame? Is this the Ethernet address of gaia.cs.umass.edu? (Hint: the answer is no). What device has this as its Ethernet address? [Note: this is an important question, and one that students sometimes get wrong. Re read pages in the text and make sure you understand the answer here.]

3 6. What is the destination address in the Ethernet frame? Is this the Ethernet address of your computer? According to the Figure 2, the value of the destination address is 00:0c:29:b4:cb:20. This is the address of my computer. Local network card information: 7. Give the hexadecimal value for the two byte Frame type field. What upper layer protocol does this correspond to? According to the Figure 2, the hex value of this field is 0x0800. It corresponds to the IP protocol. 8. How many bytes from the very start of the Ethernet frame does the ASCII O in OK (i.e., the HTTP response code) appear in the Ethernet frame? According to the Figure 2, the O in OK appear 52 bytes in the Ethernet frame. 9. Write down the contents of your computer s ARP cache. What is the meaning of each column value?

4 Internet Address: IP address Physical Address: the MAC address Type: The protocol type 10. What are the hexadecimal values for the source and destination addresses in the Ethernet frame containing the ARP request message? Figure 3 According to Figure 3, the Hex values for the source is 00:0c:29:b4:cb:20, the destination address is Broadcast (ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff). 11. Give the hexadecimal value for the two byte Ethernet Frame type field. What upper layer protocol does this correspond to? The hex value for the two byte Ethernet frame is ARP (0x0806), the corresponding upper layer protocol is ARP.

8 Success! Accessing the port 80: Success! The current APR table: EX 2. What is the default amount of time that an entry remains in your ARP cache before being removed. You can determine this empirically (by monitoring the cache contents) or by looking this up in your operation system documentation. Indicate how/where you determined this value. According to the document from Microsoft there is no default amount of time that an entry remains in the ARP cache now. In the new Windows Vista TCP/IP stack implementation, hosts create the neighbor cache entries when there is no matching entry in the neighbor cache. ARP cache entry for IPv4 is an example of a neighbor cache entry. After the entry is successfully created in the neighbor cache, the entry may change to the "Reachable" state if the entry meets certain conditions. If the entry is in the "Reachable" state, Windows Vista TCP/IP hosts do not send ARP requests to the network.

9 Therefore, Windows Vista TCP/IP hosts use the information in the cache. If an entry is not used, and it stays in the "Reachable" state for longer than its "Reachable Time" value, the entry changes to the "Stale" state. If an entry is in the "Stale" state, the Windows Vista TCP/IP host must send an ARP request to reach that destination. The "Reachable Time" value is calculated as follows: Reachable Time = BaseReachable Time (A random value between MIN_RANDOM_FACTOR and MAX_RANDOM_FACTOR) Therefore, the "Reachable Time" value is somewhere between 15 seconds ( seconds) and 45 seconds ( seconds). If an entry is not used for a time between 15 to 45 seconds, it changes to the "Stale" state. Then, the host must send an ARP Request for IPV4 to the network when any IP datagram is sent to that destination.

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