[Haifux] [HAIFUX lecture] How Ethernet works - Nir Abulaffo
anir at research.haifa.ac.il
Sun Mar 23 18:53:52 IST 2008
Hello to all,
I'll try to make things as interesting as possible. To help me do that
can someone bring a laptop with wireshark installed ?
(I'll bring one. The idea is to use the other as traffic generator, in
order to demonstrate "live" sniffing - as sniffing of cs net is not
Eli, I recall you had wireshark on yours - can you call me tonight
at 052-8699842 ? If it is not possible, its not a terrible loss, as I have
enough to talk and demonstrate.
TIA, Nir Abulaffio.
On Sat, 22 Mar 2008, Orr Dunkelman wrote:
> Next Monday, 24th of March, at 18:30 the Haifa Linux Club, will gather to
> Nir Abulaffo's lecture about
> How Ethernet works
> * What is an ip packet ? and what is not (e.g. ARP).
> * Difference between tcp and udp. What is icmp,igmp.
> * Terms like MTU,TTL.
> * Examples of many different problems with actual examples from
> * a working environment such as a university campus. What happens
> if MTU is wrong.
> * How does traceroute work.
> * What is a SYN attack.
> * What is the difference between a switch and a router.
> * What is the routing table in a computer, (a host) and what is
> the routing table in a router. and a few words about routing
> We meet in Taub building, room 6. For instructions see:
> Attendance is free, and you are all invited!
> Future Lectures:
> Advanced Linux Kernel Networking - third lecture Rami Rosen 7/4/2008
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