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C# 3.0: A Beginner s Guide
IP itself is specified in RFC 791, with amendments according to RFCs 950, 919, and 920. RFCs 1122 and 1123 give requirements for Internet hosts in their use of IP, and RFC 1812 documents requirements for IP routers (at least for IP version 4). IP is a protocol for routing packets through a network from origination to destination. A packet of data is equipped with an IP header, which contains information about the originator and the destination address. The data packet with the IP header is known as an IP datagram. The information in the header is used by routers to route the packet to its destination.
4. Convert the ERD shown in Figure 6.CP4 into tables. List the conversion rules used and the re sulting changes to the tables.
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