Introduction to IPv4 for CSIR NET JRF 2019

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Introduction to IPv4: The Internet Protocol & Address Format (Computer Science)

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Topics:

  • Introduction to IPv4

  • Address format

  • Addressing modes

    • Unicast addressing mode

    • Broadcast addressing mode

    • Multicast addressing mode

  • Addresssing classes

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Introduction to IPv4

  • Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4) is the fourth version of the Internet Protocol

  • It is used in networks for communication purpose.

  • It is a widely used protocol than others

  • It is used in LANs like Ethernet.

  • IPV4 is a connectionless protocol but provides a logical connection between communicating devices.

  • While communication, a unique identity is given to every device that is being communication with other workstation or system for exchange of data.

Introduction to IPv4 Cont.

IPv4 uses 32-bit addresses for Ethernet communication in five classes: A, B, C, D and E.

8. Dotted Notation for IPV4

Table of Dotted Notation for IPV4
Title: Table of Dotted Notation for IPV4

Class

Notation

Class A

0-127

Class B

128-191

Class C

192-223

Class D

224-239

Class E

240-255

Address Format :

  • IPv4 address is of 32 bits , divided into four parts separated by a dot(.).

  • Each part is called octet as it contains 8 bit binary number.

  • The value in each octet ranges from 0 to 255 decimal, or 00000000 – 11111111 binary.

  • Example:

image of Address format

Image of Address Format

image of Address format

IPv4 Address Classes

Image of IPv4 Address Classes

Image of IPv4 Address Classes

Image of IPv4 Address Classes

IPv4 Address Classes

Image of IPv4 Address Classes

Image of IPv4 Address Classes

Image of IPv4 Address Classes

Addressing Modes

  • Ipv4 supports 3 types of addressing modes:

  • Unicast Addressing mode

  • Broadcast Addressing mode

  • Multicast Addressing mode

1. Unicast Addressing Mode

  • Data is sent to only destination host.

  • Image of Unicast Addressing Mode

    Image of Unicast Addressing Mode

    Image of Unicast Addressing Mode

  • Here sender i.e. client will send the packet to receiver i.e. target or the target can be the server also. Here then it will represent the client server architecture.

2.Broadcast Addressing Mode

  • The packet is sent to all the hosts in a network segment.

  • The Destination Address field contains a special broadcast address, i.e. 255.255.255.255.

  • In this, the client sends a packet, which is received by all the Servers .

Image of IPv4 Address Classes

Image of IPv4 Address Classes

Image of IPv4 Address Classes

3. Multicast Addressing Mode

  • It is a combination of the unicast and broadcast mode.

  • In this packet, the Destination Address contains an address which starts with 224.x.x.x and the packet can be received by multiple hosts.

Image of Multicast Addressing mode

Image of Multicast Addressing Mode

Image of Multicast Addressing mode

MCQ

Q1.Which class of IPv4 is used for multicasting purpose?

Options:

A. Class A

B. Class D

C. Class B

D. Class E

Answer: B

Q2.Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) delivery mechanism is used by?

Options:

A. IEEE

B. TCP/IP

C. Internet protocols

D. UDP

Answer: B

We learnt about:

#IntroductiontoIPV4

# AddressFormat

# AddressClasses

# Unicastcommunication

#Broadcastcommunication

#MulticastCommunication

We learn about other encoding techniques in further videos.

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