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All devices on an IP network must have an address; otherwise, they are not logically part of the network. The netID is administered by the Internet Network Information Center (NIC). This part of the address is unique throughout the Internet. The hostID refers to an individual end system, unique within a network or subnetwork, which is typically administered locally by a systems administrator or a network design team. The standards for IP addresses are described in [1], and specifically IPv4 and IPv6 are described in [2, 3].

In transport mode the gateway is acting as an end system; in tunnel mode the gateway is acting as an intermediate system. In an internetwork environment end systems communicate over a backbone of intermediate systems. Although they do not actively participate in routing, end systems require basic reachability information in order to talk to a router. This is achieved by running a router discovery protocol (such as a limited form of RIP) or via static hard-coded entries. Note that it is important not to confuse the physical appearance of a device with its logical function; it is not unusual, for example, to equip a high-performance workstation with full routing capability.

They cannot, therefore, prioritize application traffic or offer QoS guarantees. Router benefits Because routers use Layer 3 addresses, which are typically hierarchical, routers can use techniques such as address summarization to build networks that maintain performance and efficiency as they grow in size. Routers can use redundant paths and determine optimal routes even in a dynamically changing network. Routers are necessary to ensure scalability as the network grows and expands. They provide the following capabilities, which are vital in network designs: • Broadcast and multicast control • Broadcast segmentation • Security • Quality of Service (QOS) • Multimedia support Since routers operate at Layer 3, they can enforce a hierarchical addressing structure.

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