DIFFERENT LAYER PROTOCOLS

NETWORK LAYER PROTOCOL
• ARP, Address Resolution Protocol.
• DRARP, Dynamic RARP.
• InARP, Inverse Address Resolution Protocol.
• IP, Internet Protocol.
• IPv6, Internet Protocol version 6.
• MPLS, Multi-Protocol Label Switching.
• PPPoE, PPP Over Ethernet.
• RARP, Reverse Address Resolution Protocol.


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Transport layer protocols:
These protocols are assigned an IP protocol number.
• AH, IP Authentication Header.
• AX.25.
• CBT, Core Based Trees.
• DSR, Dynamic Source Routing Protocol.
• DVMRP, Distance Vector Multicast Routing Protocol.
• EGP, Exterior Gateway Protocol.
• ESP, Encapsulating Security Payload.
• GGP, Gateway to Gateway Protocol.
• GRE, Generic Routing Encapsulation.
• HMP, Host Monitoring Protocol.
• ICMP, Internet Control Message Protocol.
• ICMPv6, Internet Control Message Protocol for IPv6.
• IDPR, Inter-Domain Policy Routing Protocol.
• IFMP, Ipsilon Flow Management Protocol.
• IGAP, IGMP for user Authentication Protocol.
• IGMP, Internet Group Management Protocol.
• IGRP, Interior Gateway Routing Protocol.
• IP in IP Encapsulation.
• IPPCP, IP Payload Compression Protocol.
• IRTP, Internet Reliable Transaction Protocol.
• ISO-IP.
• L2TP, Level 2 Tunneling Protocol.
• Minimal Encapsulation Protocol.
• MLD, Multicast Listener Discovery.
• Mobility Header.
• MOSPF, Multicast Open Shortest Path First.
• MTP, Multicast Transport Protocol.
• NARP, NBMA Address Resolution Protocol.
• NETBLT, Network Block Transfer.
• NVP, Network Voice Protocol.
• OSPF, Open Shortest Path First Routing Protocol.
• PGM, Pragmatic General Multicast.
• PIM, Protocol Independent Multicast.
• PTP, Performance Transparency Protocol.
• RDP, Reliable Data Protocol.
• RSVP, Resource ReSerVation Protocol.
• SCTP, Stream Control Transmission Protocol.
• SEND, SEcure Neighbor Discovery.
• SDRP, Source Demand Routing Protocol.
• Shim6, Level 3 Multihoming Shim Protocol for IPv6.
• SKIP, Simple Key management for Internet Protocol.
• ST, Internet Stream Protocol.
• TCP, Transmission Control Protocol.
• TMux, Transport Multiplexing Protocol.
• TP/IX.
• UDP, User Datagram Protocol.
• UDP-Lite, Lightweight User Datagram Protocol.
• VMTP, Versatile Message Transaction Protocol.
• VRRP, Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol.
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Application layer protocols:
These protocols are assigned one or more SCTP, TCP or UDP port numbers.
• ACAP, Application Configuration Access Protocol.
• AgentX.
• ANCP, Access Node Control Protocol.
• AODV, Ad hoc On-Demand Distance Vector.
• APEX, Application Exchange Core.
• ASAP, Aggregate Server Access Protocol.
• ATMP, Ascend Tunnel Management Protocol.
• AURP, AppleTalk Update-based Routing Protocol.
• Authentication Server Protocol.
• BFCP, Binary Floor Control Protocol.
• BFD, Bidirectional Forwarding Detection.
• BFTP, Background File Transfer Program.
• BGP, Border Gateway Protocol.
• BOOTP, Bootstrap Protocol.
• CAPWAP, Control And Provisioning of Wireless Access Points.
• CARD, Candidate Access Router Discovery.
• CFDP, Coherent File Distribution Protocol.
• Chargen, Character Generator Protocol.
• CLDAP, Connection-less Lightweight X.500 Directory Access Protocol.
• CMP, Certificate Management Protocols.
• COPS, Common Open Policy Service.
• CRANE, Common Reliable Accounting for Network Element.
• CXTP, Context Transfer Protocol.
• Daytime, Daytime Protocol.
• DCAP, Data Link Switching Client Access Protocol.
• DHCP, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol.
• DHCPv6, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol for IPv6.
• DIAMETER.
• DICT, Dictionary Server Protocol.
• Discard, Discard Protocol.
• DIXIE.
• DMSP, Distributed Mail Service Protocol.
• DNS, Domain Name System.
• DRAP, Data Link Switching Remote Access Protocol.
• DTCP, Dynamic Tunnel Configuration Protocol.
• DTLS, Datagram Transport Layer Security.
• Echo.
• EMSD, Efficient Mail Submission and Delivery.
• ENRP, Enpoint Name Resolution Protocol.
• EPP, Extensible Provisioning Protocol.
• ESRO, Efficient Short Remote Operations.
• ETFTP, Enhanced Trivial File Transfer Protocol.
• Finger.
• ForCES, Forwarding and Control Element Separation.
• FTP, File Transfer Protocol.
• GDOI, Group Domain of Interpretation.
• GIST, General Internet Signaling Transport.
• Gopher.
• HIP, Host Identity Protocol.
• HOSTNAME.
• HSRP, Hot Standby Router Protocol.
• HTTP, HyperText Transfer Protocol.
• ICAP, Internet Content Adaptation Protocol.
• ICP, Internet Cache Protocol.
• IDXP, Intrusion Detection Exchange Protocol.
• iFCP, Internet Fibre Channel Protocol.
• IKE, Internet Key Exchange.
• IMAP, Internet Message Access Protocol.
• iMIP, iCalendar Message-Based Interoperability Protocol.
• IPFIX, IP Flow Information Export.
• IPP, Internet Printing Protocol.
• IRC, Internet Relay Chat.
• ISAKMP, Internet Security Association and Key Management Protocol.
• iSCSI.
• IUA, ISDN Q.921-User Adaptation.
• Kerberos.
• Kermit.
• KINK, Kerberized Internet Negotiation of Keys.
• L2F, Layer 2 Forwarding.
• L2TP, Level 2 Tunneling Protocol.
• LDAP, Lightweight Directory Access Protocol.
• LDP, Label Distribution Protocol.
• LDP, Loader Debugger Protocol.
• LFAP, Light-weight Flow Admission Protocol.
• LLMNR, Linklocal Multicast Name Resolution.
• LMTP, Local Mail Transfer Protocol.
• LoST, Location-to-Service Translation.
• LPR.
• LTP, Licklider Transmission Protocol.
• LWAPP, Light Weight Access Point Protocol.
• MADCAP, Multicast Address Dynamic Client Allocation Protocol.
• MASC, Multicast Address-Set Claim.
• MATIP, Mapping of Airline Traffic over Internet Protocol.
• Mbus, Message Bus.
• MGCP, Multimedia Gateway Control Protocol.
• Mobile IP.
• MPLS Echo.
• MPP, Message Posting Protocol.
• MSDP, Multicast Source Discovery Protocol.
• MTP, Mail Transfer Protocol.
• MTQP, Message Tracking Query Protocol.
• MUPDATE, Malbox Update.
• NAS, Netnews Administration System.
• NFILE.
• NFS, Network File System.
• NNTP, Network News Transfer Protocol.
• NTP, Network Time Protocol.
• OCSP, Online Certificate Status Protocol.
• ODETTE-FTP, ODETTE File Transfer Protocol.
• OLSR, Optimized Link State Routing.
• PANA, Protocol for Carrying Authentication for Network Access.
• PCEP, Path Computation Element Communication Protocol.
• PCP, Port Control Protocol.
• Ph.
• Photuris.
• POP, Post Office Protocol.
• Portmapper.
• PPTP, Point to Point Tunneling Protocol.
• PWDGEN, Password Generator Protocol.
• Quote, Quote of the Day Protocol.
• RADIUS, Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service.
• RAP, Internet Route Access Protocol.
• RID, Real-time Inter-network Defense.
• RIP, Routing Information Protocol.
• RIPng.
• Rlogin.
• RLP, Resource Location Protocol.
• RMCP, Remote Mail Checking Protocol.
• RSIP, Realm Specific IP.
• rsync.
• RTCP, RTP Control Protocol.
• RTP, Real-Time Transport Protocol.
• RTSP, Real Time Streaming Protocol.
• RWhois, Referral Whois Protocol.
• SACRED, Securely Available Credentials.
• Saratoga.
• Send, Message Send Protocol.
• SFTP, Simple File Transfer Protocol.
• SGMP, Simple Gateway Monitoring Protocol.
• SIFT/UFT, Sender-Initiated/Unsolicited File Transfer.
• SIP, Session Initiation Protocol.
• SLAPP, Secure Light Access Point Protocol.
• SLP, Service Location Protocol.
• SMTP, Simple Mail Transfer Protocol.
• SMUX.
• SNMP, Simple Network Management Protocol.
• SNPP, Simple Network Paging Protocol.
• SNTP, Simple Network Time Protocol.
• SOCKS.
• SRTCP, Secure RTCP.
• SRTP, Secure Real-time Transport Protocol.
• SSDP, Simple Service Discovery Protocol.
• SSP, Switch-to-Switch Protocol.
• STATSRV, Statistics Server.
• STUN, Simple Traversal of UDP Through NAT.
• SUA, Signalling Connection Control Part User Adaptation Layer.
• Syslog.
• SYSTAT.
• TACACS.
• TBRPF, Topology Broadcast based on Reverse-Path Forwarding.
• Telnet.
• Teredo.
• TFTP, Trivial File Transfer Protocol.
• Time, Time Protocol.
• TRIP, Telephone Routing over IP.
• TSP, Time Stamp Protocol.
• TUNNEL.
• UMSP, Unified Memory Space Protocol.
• UUCP.
• VEMMI, VErsatile MultiMedia Interface.
• WebDAV, Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning.
• Whois.
• Whois++.
• XMPP, eXtensible Messaging and Presence Protocol.
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