VT 2011 Period 4, IK1550 Internetworking
Mon Apr 11 09:54:52 CEST 2011
´World IPv6 Day', June 8, 2011
Note also the NIST transition recommendations for cryptographic
algorithms and key lengths - full reference later in this page.
Page is still under construction - contents may be inconsistent
- Note that the lectures and recitations begin on the hour (as noted
in their schedules). Note that there is also
information for the textbook.
- For your document, you should be sure to use A4
sized paper rather than US letter.
- For those using LaTeX, you can improve the look of the document by:
- switching to using PostScipt fonts
- You can also turn off hyphenation or at least limit its use
with "\hyphenpenalty=5000 \tolerance=1000"
- BibTex entries for W3C publications
- BibTex entries for RFCs
- IEEE and ACM provide BibTeX entires for their publcations
via the web page for each publication
- Use the
bytefield package to draw packet structures
- For those using Microsoft's Word: It is possible to convert .bib
a suitable format using JabRef. (see also
- Another useful tool is Zotero
- there are plugins for OpenOffice and Microsoft's Word.
Some common flaws in reports
- Incomplete references - see the references in the lecture notes
for examples of references
- Missing important citations
- Statements made without justification or supporting citations
- Poor (or no) editing
- Failure to spell check the document
- Documents which it is clear that no one looked at after formatting
- often these have breaks in the middle of sentences, missing phrases,
- Lack of page numbers
- Unreadable text in figures
- Failure to label elements of figures adequately
- Use of contractions
- Use of acronyms or abbreviations without properly introducing
them; often failure to use these acroynms and abbreviations
consistently through the rest of the paper
- Redundant text
- Using figures from others without the copyright owner's permission
- Using too few refences, so the paper looks like simply a cut an
paste edit of these references.
- Single sentence paragraphs
- Lack of vertical white space between paragraphs, which in some
cases makes it hard to understand where new paragraphs beging
- Lack of a date - every document should have a date, in addition to title and author(s)
- Lack of section, subsection, ... number - makes cross references difficult
IK1550 Internetworking is a 6 ECTS credits course designed for undergraduates.
Information is available on:
This course will give both practical and general knowledge on the
protocols that are the basis of the Internet. After this
course you should have a good knowledge about Internet protocols and
internetworking architecture. You should have a general knowledge
aiding you in reading research and standardization documents in the
Following this course a student should be able to:
- Understand the principles on which internetworking is based -
which define the Internet (both what it is and why it has proven to be
- Understand TCP/IP protocol stack, layering, encapsulation and multiplexing
- Understand multiplexing, demultiplexing, upward and downward
- Encapsulation as used for Mobile IP, Virtual Private Networks (VPNs),
IP security, ... and other tunnelling protocols
- Understand how information is encoded in headers and how the choice
of this encoding and field size may effect the use and evolution of a
- Understand how data is encoded in the body of a packet and
how this may effect internetworking - especially in the presence of
firewall and network address translators.
- Understand IP Addressing, subnetting and address resolution -
including the interaction of protocols across layers
- Understand a number of higher layer protocols including the
security risks and performance limitations of each
- Understand the basic details of routing and routing protocols
(RIP, BGP, OSPF) - with an emphasis on their limitations and
- Understand autoconfiguration and naming (BOOTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS,
DNSsec, ENUM, ... ) - with an emphasis on risks, limitations, scaling,
- Understand the nature and pressures on the design and operations
of internets - particularily on scaling, performance, delay bounds,
due to new Internet applications (VoIP, streaming, games,
- Understand the advantages and disadvantages of IPv6 (in comparison
- Read the current literature at the level of conference papers in this area.
- While you may not be able to understand all of the papers in
journals, magazines, and conferences in this area - you
should be able to read 90% or more of them
and have good comprehension. In this area it is especially
important that develop a habit of reading the journals, trade papers,
etc. In addition, you should also be aware of both standardization
activities, new products/services, and public policy in the area.
- Demonstrate knowledge of this area in writing.
- By writing a paper suitable for submission
to a trade paper or national conference in the area.
- IK1203 Nätverk och kommunikation/Networks and Communication,
Datorkommunikation och datornät/Data and
Computer Communications or
equivalent knowledge in Computer Communications
- Students who have not completed the prerequisites
should obtain permission of the instructor, before registering
for the course.
The course consists of 14 hours of lectures, 14 hours of recitation
(övningar) and 40-100 hours of written assignment.
Lectures will be given in English. Lecture notes will be available
via the course web site in advance of the relevant lecture(s).
Recitations will be based on exercises from the main literature.
Some extra recitations may be made available via the course web site.
- What the Internet is and why it has proven to be so succesful.
- What protocols are required to allow internetworking (IP, TCP, UDP, ICMP, etc.)
- Understanding of TCP/IP protocol stack, layering, encapsulation and multiplexing
- IP Addressing, subnetting and resolution
- Transport protocols, including UDP and TCP
- Details of routing and routing protocols (RIP, BGP, OSPF)
- Autoconfiguration and naming (BOOTP, DHCP, DNS)
- Internet applications (VoIP, SMTP, etc)
- Multicasting, VPNs, Mobile IP, and security
- IPv6 and some differences with IPv4
- The basic requirement is the written paper, those who do not
submit an acceptable paper can take an oral exam (see "komplettering").
- An assigned paper requiring roughly 40-100h of work by each student
- Registration: Friday 06-May-10, to firstname.lastname@example.org
with the "Subject: IK1550 topics" giving the topic selected
- Potential topics will be discussed in class.
- Written report
- The length of the final report should be ~7-8 pages (roughly
3,000 words) for each student; it should not be longer
than 8 pages for each student - papers which are longer than 8
pages will have a maximum grade of "E". (detailed measurements,
configuration scripts, etc. can be in additional pages as an
appendix or appendices).
- The report should clearly describe: 1) what you have done;
2) if you have done some implementation and
measurements you should describe the methods and tools used,
along with the test or implementation results, and your
- Final Report: written report due before Friday 27-May-11 23:59
- Send email with URL link to a PDF file to email@example.com
- Late assignments will not be accepted (i.e., there is no guarantee that they will graded in time for the end of the term)
- Note that it is pemissible to start working well in
advance of the deadlines! Thus send the instructor
your selection of topic as soon as you have selected one.
- Language: the report can be written in Swedish or English -
(I can provide better feedback if the report is written in English)
A sample paper is:
Simon E Spero).
Each of the sample papers below appears here by permision of the
authors - the copyright belongs to the respective authors.
From IK1550 - 2009:
From 2G1305 - 2006 (4 point papers):
Note that the papers below represent papers that were done for
1 point, rather than the 4 points which the current papers are to be worth.
From 2G1305 - 2005:
From 2G1305 - 2002:
A very good paper should be either a very good review or present a
new idea, while an outstanding or excellent paper should be truely innovative.
- To get an "A" you need to write an outstanding or excellent paper.
- To get a "B" you need to write a very good paper, i.e., it should be
either a very good review or present a new idea.
- To get a "C" you need to write a paper which shows that you understand
the basic ideas underlying internetworking and that you understand one
(or more) particular aspects at the level of an average undergraduate
student in the area.
- To get a "D" you need to demonstrate that you understand the basic
ideas underlying internetworking, however, your depth of
knowledge is shallow in the topic of your paper.
- If your paper has some errors (including incomplete references) the grade will be an "E".
- If your paper has serious errors the grade will be an "F".
If your paper is close to passing, but not at the passing level, then
you will be offered the opportunity for "komplettering", i.e.,
students whose written paper does not pass can submit a revised
version of their paper (or a completely new paper) - which will be
Code of Honor and Regulations
It is KTH policy that there is zero tolerance for cheating, plagiarism, etc. - for details see
See also the KTH Ethics Policies
The course will mainly be based on the book:
James F. Kurose and Keith W. Ross,
Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach, Fifth Edition,
Pearson, 2010, ISBN-13: 978-0-13-136548-3, ISBN-10: 0-13-136548-7
Note that there is
on-line material for the textbook; this includes animations and
other useful material.
Differences from the 2nd edition are list on page xxxi of the 3rd edition.
The most significant for this course is that the 3rd edition covers:
SCTP, more about security, and more examples (using ping, netstat, etc.).
Reading guide: read the entire book.
Additional Reference Books
- Behrouz A. Forouzan, TCP/IP Protocol Suite, 3rd edition,
McGraw-Hill, publication date January 2005, (Copyright 2006) 896 pages, ISBN 0-07-296772-2 (hardbound)
or 0-07-111583-8 (softbound)
- Russell Bradford, The Art of Computer Networking, Pearson
Education Limited, Prentice Hall, 2007, 304 pages, ISBN 978-0-321-30676-0
collected by the textbook's author)
- Mobile IP: Design Principles and Practices
by Charles E. Perkins, Addison-Wesley,
1998, ISBN 0-201-63469-4.
- Mobile IP: the Internet Unplugged by James
D. Solomon, Prentice Hall, 1998, ISBN 0-13-856246-6.
- Muhhub Hassan and Raj Jain,
Higher Performance TCP/IP Networking: Concepts, Issues, and Solutions
Pearson Prentice-Hall, 2004, ISBN 0-13-127257-8.
Every student should read: R. Bush and D. Meyer,
"Some Internet Architectural Guidelines and Philosophy",
Internet Request for Comments, ISSN 2070-1721,
RFC 3439 (Informational), RFC Editor, December 2002.
For socket programming see:
- Richard Stevens,
UNIX Network Programming, Volume 1, Second Edition:
Networking APIs: Sockets and XTI, Prentice Hall, 1998, ISBN
0-13-490012-X.Comment: An excellent book on programming network
source code and
- Brian "Beej" Hall,
"Beej's Guide to Network Programming: Using
Internet Sockets", 04/08/2004 07:22:02 PM
- "Prepared Statement of Vinton G. Cerf, Vice President and Chief
Internet Evangelist, Google Inc.", at U.S. Senate Committee on
Commerce, Science, and Transportation Hearing on
February 7, 2006
- S. Kurkowski, T. Camp, and M. Coagrosso.
MANET simulation studies: the Incredibles. ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Communications Review,
9(4), October 2005.
- Christian Benvenuti,
Understanding Linux Network Internals,
O'Reilly, 2006, ISBN 0-596-00255-6
- Katie Hafner and Mathew Lyon,
Where Wizards Stay Up Late: The Origins of the Internet,
1996, Simon & Schuster, ISBN 0-684-81201-0
- Robert Malmgren, Praktisk nätsäkerhet, Internet
Academy Press, Stockholm, Sweden, 2003, ISBN 91-85035-02-5
- Anurag Kumar, D. Manjunath, and Joy Kuri, Communication
Networking: An Analytical Approach, Elsevier Morgan Kaufmann
Publishers, 2004, ISBN 0-12-428751-4, ISBN-13: 978-0124287518
- Russell Bradford, Rob Simmonds, and Brian Unger.
"Packet Reading for Network Emulation", Proceedings MASCOTS 2001: The IEEE/ACM International Symposium on
Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems,
August 2001, pp. 150-157. [An excellent source for learning about
reading and writing link layer frames and raw packets.]
to paper from the first author's home page)
- Chris Sanders,
"Practical Packet Analysis: Using Wireshark to Solve Real-World Network Problems",
No Starch Press, May 2008, 172 pp.
- Kevin D. Mitnick and William L. Simon, The Art of Deception:
Controlling the Human Element of Security, Wiley Publishing, 2002, 0-7645-4280-X.
- Andrew Lih, The Wikipedia Revolution: How a Bunch of Nobodies
Created the World's Greatest Encyclopedia, Hyperion 2009, 272 pages,
ISBN-10: 1401303714 and ISBN-13: 978-1401303716 http://wikipediarevolution.com/The_Book.html
- William Cheswick, Steven M. Bellovin, and Aviel D. Rubin,
Firewalls and Internet Security: Repelling the Wily Hacker,
Second Edition, Addison-Wesley, 2003, 464 pages.
ISBN-10: 020163466X, ISBN-13: 978-0201634662
Note that ethereal is now Wireshark. For an interesting
BLOG which has excellent examples of using Wireshark for network care
and maintenance see Chris Sander's Blog
Shawn Ostermann's tcptrace
is a very useful tool for looking at the details of TCP traffic.
Seagull - multi-protocol traffic generator
Lecture Plan and Lecture Material (OH slides)
Note that in the following "xx" means "xx:00", not "xx:15".
The lecture notes are in PDF format.
Lectures notes for 2011(9MB).
Schedule for Period 4 2011:
|Week||Day of week||Date||Time||Room||Notes|
March||15:00-17:00||Ka-C21||Lecture 1 and
|Friday||25 March||13:00-15:00||Ka-C21||Lecture 2|
|Friday||1 April||13:00-15:00||Ka-C21||Lecture 4|
|14||Thursday||7 April||15:00-17:00||Ka-C21||Lecture 5|
|Friday||8 April||13:00-15:00||Ka-C21||Lecture 6|
|15||Thursday||14 April||15:00-17:00||Ka-C21||Lecture 7|
|Friday||15 April||13:00-15:00||Ka-C21||Lecture 8|
|17||Tuesday||26 April||15:00-17:00||Ka-C21||Lecture 9|
|Thursday||28 April||15:00-17:00||Ka-C21||Lecture 10|
|18||Thursday||5 May||15:00-17:00||Ka-C21||Lecture 11|
|Friday||6 May||13:00-15:00||Ka-C21||Lecture 12|
|19||Thursday||19 May||15:00-17:00||Ka-C21||Lecture 13|
|Friday||20 May||13:00-15:00||Ka-C21||Lecture 14:
Guest lecture by Ayodele Damola of Ericsson Research|
Note that the classroom for the spring session is in the Electrum
building on the Kista campus.
A set of make up lectures can potentially be given for
students who have a difficult time attending the above sessions.
Note also that the lectures and recitations (Övningar) are intermixed
Staff Associated with the Course
Use the normal process for registering. For most students this
means you should speak with your study advisor (studievägledare).
For Industrial Economics (I) students see the program for KSI (A), year 3.
versions of the course
Other on-line Course Material
Sources for Further Information
- Local KTH network information
- The Libnet Packet Construction Library for easily creating packets
- Jörg Liebeherr and Magda El Zarki's
Mastering Networks: An Internet Lab Manual, Addison-Wesley, 2004, ISBN: 0-201-78134-4.
- Radia Perlman,
Myths, missteps, and folklore in protocol design, Invited talk, USENIX 01, June 30, 2001.
- Tim Deegan, Jon Crowcroft, and Andrew Warfield.
The main name system:
An exercise in centralized computing ACM SIGCOMM CCR, 35(5):5-13,October 2005
- A useful tool for emulating a network with a given throughput,
error rate, etc. is NISTnet
see also dummynet
- How to set up NISNET
ICANN Factsheet: Root server attack on 6 February 2007, 1 March 2007
- Edith Cohen and Haim Kaplan,
"Proactive DNS caching: Addressing a Performance Bottleneck", see
E. Cohen and H. Kaplan, "Proactive caching of DNS records: Addressing
a performance bottleneck", in Proc. of Symposium on Applications and
the Internet (2001).
- KyoungSoo Park, Vivek S. Pai, Larry Peterson, and Zhe Wang,
"CoDNS: Improving DNS Performance and Reliability via Cooperative Lookups"
- For information on packet filtering on a popular OS - see
Windows Network Data and Packet Filtering, Printing Communications Assoc., Inc. (PCAUSA),
Last modified: January 20, 2007
- If you are thinking about packet tracing on the Symbian platform
you need access to the IP Hook API. Which appears to only be
available to "Platinum" developers.
- Howard Rheingold talking
about cooperation theory (an 80 meg MP3,
with an interesting section about why new services and protocols can
Network Topology Icons are freely available for use when drawing
- A very interesting analysis of the realities of
Thiadmer Riemersma, ITB CompuPhase, 2006. See the use of TFTP in
Preboot Execution Environment (PXE).
- Laura Chappell has a very nice animated
article in the October 2007 issue of Novell Connection
Magazine on how to use the advanced graphing features of
- There were some measurements of
SCTP vs. TCP report on 1 March 2004
- There is a kernel implmentation of SCTP, see:
Linux Kernel Stream Control Transmission Protocol (lksctp) project
Background paper about this project.
multistreaming example of SCTP with a pointer to their code.
- Some SCTP performance measurement papers:
Jong-Shik Ha, Sang-Tae Kim, and Seok J. Koh,
"Performance Comparison of SCTP and TCP over Linux Platform",
In Advances in Intelligent Computing,
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer Berlin / Heidelberg,
ISSN 0302-9743 (Print) 1611-3349 (Online), Volume 3645, 2005, pp. 396-404.
DOI 10.1007/11538356, ISBN 978-3-540-28227-3, DOI 10.1007/11538356_41
Andreas Jungmaier and Erwin P. Rathgeb,
On SCTP multi-homing performance,
Journal Telecommunication Systems, Springer Netherlands, Volume 31,
Numbers 2-3, March, 2006, pp. 141-161.
ISSN 1018-4864 (Print) 1572-9451 (Online), DOI 10.1007/s11235-006-6517-7
MPI-SCTP: Using the Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP) for parallel programs
written using the Message Passing Interface (MPI), web page, last modified Sept 1, 2008.
SCTP performance measurement tool,
(the link to the source does not work - so you will have to find it yourself)
see the related doctoral dissertation (in French):
Transports nouvelle generation dans les reseaux `a tr`es haut,
Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble, 29 June 2005
Christopher L. Lydick,
Optimizing the ASC WAN: Evaluating Network Performance
Tools for Comparing Transport Protocols, Technical report, Sandia National
Laboratories, Report number SAND2007-4526, July 2007
- Tan Chang Hu and Larwrence F. Tolendino,
Network Protocol Changes Can Improve DisCom WAN Performance: Evaluating TCP
Modifications and SCTP in the ASC Tri-lab Environment, Technical report, Sandia National
Laboratories, Report number fSAND2005-3132, June 2005
- Jon Pedersen,
Evaluation of SCTP retransmission delays,
Master thesis, University of Oslo, Department of Informatics, 24th May 2006
- Jinyang Shi, Yuehui Jin, Wei Guo, Shiduan Cheng, Hui Huang, and Dajiang Zhang,
Performance evaluation of SCTP as a transport layer solution for wireless multi-access networks,
In proceedings of Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC 2004),
Volume 1, 21-25 March 2004, pp. 453 - 458.
- Jinyang Shi, Yuehui Jin, Hui Huang, and Dajiang Zhang,
Experimental performance studies of SCTP in wireless access networks,
In proceeding of the International Conference on Communication Technology
Proceedings (ICCT 2003), Volume 1, 9-11 April 2003, pp. 392 - 395.
Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/ICCT.2003.1209105
Johan Eklund & Anna Brunstrom,
Performance of Network Redundancy Mechanisms in SCTP, Karlstads universitet,
2005, ISBN: 9170630194, ISSN: 14038099
Alberto Dainotti, Salvatore Loreto, Antonio Pescapé, and Giorgio Ventre,
SCTP performance evaluation over heterogeneous networks,
In Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, John Wiley &
Sons, Ltd., Vol. 19, No. 8, 2007, pp 1207-1218
- Elvis Pfützenreuter,
Applicability and performance of the SCTP transport protocol,
Masters thesis, Santa Catarina Federal University, Brazil
[Note that the thesis in in Brazilian Portugues!]
defense slides are in English.
- James Messer,
Secrets of Network Cartography: A Comprehensive Guide to nmap,
Second Edition, Revision 2, Published by
Professor Messer, LLC,
2910 Kerry Forest Parkway, #D4-230, Tallahassee, Florida 32309, March 2007
- Gordon Fyodor Lyon,
Nmap Network Scanning: The Official Nmap Project Guide to
Network Discovery and Security Scanning, Nmap Project, January 1,
2009, 468 pages*, ISBN-10:* 0979958717*, ISBN-13:* 978-0979958717
- ajiv Chakravorty, Joel Cartwright, and Ian Pratt,
"Practical experience with TCP over GPRS",
Global Telecommunications Conference, 2002. GLOBECOM'02. IEEE,
Volume 2, 17-21 Nov. 2002, pages: 1678 - 1682
Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/GLOCOM.2002.1188483
- David A. Hayes, Jason But, and Grenville Armitage,
Network Address Translation for SCTP,
ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communications Review, Volume 39, Number 1,
January 2009, pages 24-33.
- Arbor Networks, Inc.'s
Active Threat Level Analysis System (ATLAS) Dashboard
- Hao Shang,
Exploiting Flow Relationships to Improve the
Performance of Distributed Applications, Dissertation,
Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Computer Science,
January 1, 2006
- Kevin Fall and Steve McCanne,
"You Don't Know Jack about Network Performance", ACMqueue,
June 7, 2005
- Martin Duke, Thomas R. Henderson, and Jeff Meegan.
Experience with "Link-Up Notification" Over a Mobile Satellite Link.
SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review, Volume 34, 3, July 2004, pp. 93-104. DOI= http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1031134.1031136
- Jonathan M. Smith, Fighting Physics: A Tough Battle, Communication
of the ACM, Volume 52, Number 7, July 2009, pp. 60-65.
- Paul Vixie, What DNS Is Not", Communications of the ACM, Volume 52,
Number 12, December 2009, pages 43-47.
- Paul McFedries,
Twitter Tips, Tricks, and Tweets,
Wiley, 11 May 2009, 272 pages,
ISBN-10: 0470529695 and ISBN-13: 978-0470529690.
Cloud Computing: Benefits, risks and recommendations for information
security, European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA), Nov. 2009
Erik Brynjolfsson, Paul Hofmann, and John Jordan,
Cloud computing and electricity: beyond the utility model,
Communications of the ACM, ACM, New York, NY, USA,Volume 53, Number 5, May 2010,
ISSN 0001-0782, pp 32-34, http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1735223.1735234
Dave Durkee, Why cloud computing will never be free,
Communications of the ACM, ACM, New York, NY, USA,Volume 53, Number 5, May 2010,
ISSN 0001-0782, pp 62-69, http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1735223.1735242
Julien Ridoux and Darryl Veitch, Principles of robust timing over the internet
Communications of the ACM, ACM, New York, NY, USA,Volume 53, Number 5, May 2010,
ISSN 0001-0782, pp 54--61, http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1735223.1735241
- Daily script produced report on IPv4 address allocations
- David Newman, "10 Gig access switches: Not just packet-pushers
anymore", Network World, Volume 25, Number 12, 24 March 2008, 6 page
- Speading up the web:
- Faster DNS lookups - see efforts such as
Google Public DNS, OpenDNS,
- SPDY: An experimental protocol for a faster web
- HTTP over Stream Control Transmission Protocol (SCTP), see for
example Jonathan Leighton, Comparison of
HTTP over TCP and SCTP in High Delay Networks, web page, University of Delaware, Computer and
Information Sciences Department Newark, DE and
P. Natarajan, P. Amer, J. Leighton, and F. Baker,
"Using SCTP as a Transport Layer Protocol for HTTP",
Internet-Draft, IETF Network Working Group, July 9, 2009,
Expires: January 10, 2010
- using Structured Stream Transport (SST)
- using MUX and
- using Blocks Extensible Exchange Protocol
(BEEP), see also RFCs 3080 and
- test you IPV6 readiness
- To determine your IPv6 address, try the command http://www.whatismyipv6.net/?s=IPv6_traceroute
- IPv6 at KTH
- Yi Wang, Shaozhi Ye, Xing Li, "
Understanding Current IPv6 Performance: A Case Study from CERNET", In proceedings of the 10th IEEE Symposium
on Computers and Communications (ISCC'05), Cartagena, Murcia, Spain,
June 27-June 30, ISBN: 0-7695-2373-0, http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/ISCC.2005.151
- Kim Davies,
Saving the Internet from doom (DNSSEC and IPv6), Slides, Sofia, Bulgaria, September 2008
- Steinar H. Gunderson,
Global IPv6 statistics: Measuring the current state of
IPv6 for ordinary users, Slides from presentation at RIPE57, 26-30 October
- Sheila Frankel, Richard Graveman, John Pearce, and Mark Rooks,
Guidelines for the Secure Deployment of IPv6,
Recommendations of the National Institute of Standards and Technology,
Special Publication 800-119, Computer Security Division,
Information Technology Laboratory,
National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, MD
20899-8930, 188 pages, December 2010
- Elaine Barker and Allen Roginsky,
Transitions: Recommendation for Transitioning the Use of Cryptographic
Algorithms and Key Lengths, U.S. Department of Commerce,
National Institute of Standards and Technology,
Computer Security Division, Information Technology Laboratory,
NIST Special Publication 800-131A, January 2011
a tool for generating packets
- scruby a nother tool for generating packets
This seems to be less developed than racket.
- Useful list of acronyms and abbreviations -
IETF RFC Editor
Abbreviations List, January 2011
|2011.04.11||Added lecture notes for 2011|
|2011.03.04||Added information about guest lecture|
|2011.03.03||Added link to documentation about the LaTeX bytefield package|
|2011.02.23||added two tools for generating packets: racket and scruby|
|2011.01.29||added reference to NIST Special publications 8000-131A|
|2011.01.26||added some additional IPv6 link and
re-ordered items to group the IPv6 material together|
|2010.11.02||added schedule for spring 2011|
|2010.09.28||added a section on speeding up web access|
|2010.07.16||added pointed to BibTeX entires for RFCs
and W3C publications|
|2010.06.21||first version for 2011|
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