1) Many computers run standard Ethernet. Name the IEEE standard it is based on? At what network Layer does it run?

2) What does the ARP provide and what network layer does it run?

3) To prevent source or destination computers to become overwhelmed with incoming data, what does TCP provide to control the rate of flow in the datagram?

4) Examine the following packet capture of TCP fragmentation and explain why it may be considered malicious. > icmp: echo request (frag 12027:1480@0+) > 12027:100@500)

5) Write a TCPDump filter to only look at TCP packets going to and from the system

6) Write the command line option to run Snort in NIDS mode while also logging all traffic to a binary file named Test.

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1) IEEE 802.3
It serves physical layer and data link layer MAC (media access control) layer....

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