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TCP/IP

what happens at every step of our network model, when a node on one network establishes a TCP connection with a node on another network. You can assume that the two networks are both connected to the same router...... how it works?
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Khushboo Yadav
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Martin MillerCTOCommented:
Hi  Khushboo,

I feel you're asking about the TCP/IP protocol, here is a link to explain that. Is there something else you need ?

http://www.hostingadvice.com/blog/tcpip-make-internet-work/


With regards to two nodes on the same network, there is a session there is a session setup, as part of the protocol,  and then communication flows.
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atlas_shudderedSr. Network EngineerCommented:
Khush -

Assuming you are asking what actually happens in order to get a packet from a to b on separate networks:

Host A - Sender
Host B - Receiver

Host A - Initiate Network Data Transfer
Host A - Host Lookup - (DNS, Hostfile, etc.) for network address resolution
Host A - First packet - session request - negotiate - data to transfer
Host A - Evaluate Host B address to determine local or remote (Anding operation against Host A IP address and mask)
Host A - After determining B is remote begins encapsulation process and pushing down through stack
Host A - ARP for gateway MAC.  Perform Lookup, if gateway MAC is known, continue.  If not, ARP Broadcast Request to local subnet to determine.  If received, continue.  If not - return gateway unknown, general protocol failure
Host A - (Layer 3) Creates Packet   Source IP is local, Destination IP is Host B IP address
Host A - (Layer 2) Creates Frame - Source MAC is Host A local, Destination is Gateway MAC
Host A - (Layer 1) Full encapsulation - bit encode and transmit to gateway
Gateway - (Layer 1) Receive frames, evaluate packet
Gateway - (Layer 3) Evaluate Dest IP.  Perform Route Lookup.  If Route known - sequence, otherwise send to default route/interface
Gateway - ARP process as above at Host A but for Host B MAC
Gateway - (Layer 3) Packets remain unchanged - push to outbound interface and re-encode to Layer 2
Gateway - (Layer 2) Packet segmented to Frames - Frame re-addressed - Source becomes Gateway exit interface MAC, Dest become Host B MAC
Gateway - (Layer 1) Full encapsulation - bit encode and transmit to Host B
Host B - (Layer 1) data received - session request - negotiate, windowing negotiated between A and B
Host B - data exchange begins, each packet - send ACK
Host A - Final ACK received - End transmitted - tear down session
Host B - End received - tear down session
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Martin MillerCTOCommented:
Kush, Can we close this question?
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