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Material that is not required reading before a class will be listed on a separate line starting with FYI.
Note though that some of the problems will require retrieving information from those documents, so having some familiarity with their content ahead of class wont hurt.
Reading assignments will also often include additional material beyond the textbook, and in particular, Requests for Comments (RFCs) that are the "standards" documents of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).
They are meant to test your understanding of both previous material and more importantly the reading assignment material, and need to be turned in at the start of the class.
Transport layer topics include the User Datagram Protocol (UDP), principles of reliable data transfer and the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), as well as peer-to-peer protocols.
Network layer topics include key protocols from the Internet protocol suite (IPv4 and IPv6, as well as ICMP, DHCP and NAT), plus router data and control plane functions.
As an added incentive for you to work through the questions, they will be checked to assess that you have made an honest attempt at completing them.
Their grading will be binary, and you will get a grade of "1" provided that you demonstrated a meaningful attempt at answering the questions, irrespective of the correctness of your answer.