What is TCP/IP?
- TCP/IP stands for Transport Control Protocol / Internet Protocol suite.
- TCP/IP can successfully switch packets from all shapes and sizes and varieties of networks.
The TCP/IP protocol suite refers to several separate protocols that
computers use to transfer data across the Internet.
Some of the components in TCP/IP are:
Protocol Description IP The Internet Protocol is a network layer protocol that moves data between host computers TCP The Transport Control Protocol is a transport layer protocol that moves multiple packet data between applications. UDP The User Datagram Protocol is a transport layer protocol like TCP but is less complex and reliable than TCP. ICMP The Internet Control Message Protocol carries network error messages and other network software requirements.
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