Hands-On Assignment 5 – Decoding Data Instructions: Submit all the work in one MS Word file. Include your name in the file that you submit. You may use copy/paste to insert images into the text. All answers must use complete sentences. Double space all text. Number all answers to correspond to the questions. APA formatting requirements for citations and references are required for Question 9 only. Based on the given block data below, answer the following questions. Hint: First do Google search for ‘packet dump decode’. Then cut and paste the block of data below into the input data section. Then press decode. You will be able to find the answer from the decoding result. Hints: One useful packet dump decoder: https://hpd.gasmi.net/ Layers 3, 4 and the Application Layer in the question use Internet Protocol Version 4 in the output. Layer 2 in the question uses Ethernet II in the output. Payload description in the question uses the Queries in the output. An understanding of the OSI model is helpful for this exercise. Please see https://www.rhyshaden.com/osi.htm for quick summary of the levels in the model. The data block below positions 69 thru 67 are hex values for the look up name (the Queries in the output) which can easily be decoded with a hex to ASCII conversion. Data block to be decoded: 00 11 bc b5 49 40 b8 8d 12 00 0d fa 08 00 45 00 00 37 99 09 00 00 ff 11 ea 9f 0a 07 03 1a 42 aa e8 41 c7 19 00 35 00 23 a3 9e 02 90 01 00 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 05 6d 69 74 72 65 03 6f 72 67 00 00 01 00 01 Please answer the following questions after decoded the above data block: Q1: (Layer 4) Protocol is: Q2: Source MAC address: Q3: Destination MAC address: Q4: Source IP address: Q5: Destination IP address: Q6: Source (Layer 4) Port #: Q7: Destination (Layer 4) Port #: Q8: (Application Layer) Payload description: Q9: Explain the difference between a protocol and a standard. What are examples of each? Q10: How does a port differ from a MAC address?