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FIGURE 5-5
The TCP/IP protocol: Layered with multiple protocols
works had been stand-alone networks that performed a variety of different tasks, ranging from academic to business functions The beauty of TCP/IP was its ability to enable this jumble of networks to communicate with one another The physical translation of the protocol architecture is the series of hosts and routers used to bring the Internet to life The router, like the tandem in the voice telecommunications world, is the central piece of switching equipment that enables the interconnection of these dissimilar networks
PHILOSOPHICAL DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE INTERNET AND NONINTERNET WORLD
The Internet stresses flexibility, not reliability In a traditional telecommunications environment, which encompasses the wireline and wireless carriers, the stress is on reliability Due to this stress on reliability, the wireline and wireless carriers maintain an exhaustive set of operating and technical requirements, which govern what can be interconnected into their networks During the early 1990s, a large wireline carrier suffered a massive network failure affecting multiple states, resulting in a loss
Network Signaling
of service for several hours The outage could not have been anticipated even with the exhaustive simulation tools available at the time ISPs have suffered network outages that have lasted hours However, in the case of the wireline network, one hour of outage is unacceptable This incident was resolved quickly by the wireline carrier, but not without public and industry repercussions In the traditional telecommunications environment, if a piece of equipment does not meet specific operating and technical standards, then it will be prohibited from use in the network The Internet, however, stresses flexibility; therefore, the need for stringent standards does not exist The Internet players concentration on flexibility has enabled multiple equipment vendors to manufacture a variety of computers, hosts, routers, storage devices, laptop computers, software utilities, and network management tools without having to account for national standards of performance If an Internet company s product does not satisfy the marketplace, it usually goes out of business By looking at how the Internet is configured with multiple network types and multiple configurations, it is difficult not to be amazed at the Internet s ability to adapt Figure 5-6 is an illustration of the role of the router and the hosts in the Interconnection of the networks The IP is a best effort protocol The focus on the moving of data in the Internet world is on the flexibility of interconnection, not the reliability of the data at the destination point In other words, the only guarantee of the Internet is that a best effort will be made to ensure the data arrives intact Many Internet bred telecommunications pundits bask in the Internet s ability to enable the communication of so many different devices quickly However, these same industry pundits discount the voice telecommunications experts need to ensure data integrity (bit error rates on the order of one in every billion) as overkill In the world of banking, making claims of anything less than one bit error in every billion bits is suicidal Many of the current Internet players are early pioneers, so the view of the world is focused on technology However, one should remember the focus is on the customer, not the technology
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The non-Internet providers stress reliability
The Internet is a flexible and adaptable network
FIGURE 5-6
The Internet Flexibility
INTERNET PROTOCOL VERSION 4 VERSUS VERSION 6
The original intent of the Internet (inter-network) as defined by the Department of Defense had been to support the telecommunications needs of the government and the military The original concept of the Internet made sense especially during the Cold War From a national security perspective, the Internet continues to be applicable One cannot depend solely on the wireline and wireless carriers for telecommunications needs Alternative arrangements are prudent steps to take Conceptually, the Internet has not changed its requirements or capabilities Figure 5-7 illustrates the capabilities of the Internet The Internet is capable of supporting the following:
A multitude of computers, hosts, routers, and other devices made by multiple vendors Network growth without regard to end-to-end planning
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