Networking TCP/IP - Pioneer Pacific College

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TCP/IP Protocol Suite

©Richard L. Goldman September 25, 2002

TCP/IP

• TCP/IP is a routable protocol.

• Routable protocol that allows data to be routed to computers on different networks.

• TCP/IP is the protocol of the Internet and is used by networks that want to directly access to the Internet.

• TCP/IP is a suite or a stack (a collection) of sub protocols that work together to allow communication over a network.

Common TCP/IP Subprotocols and Services TCP Transmission Control Protocol UDP User Datagram Protocol IP FTP HTTP Internet Protocol File Transfer Protocol Hypertext Transport Protocol POP SMTP ARP Telnet DNS DHCP Post Office Protocol Simple Mail Transfer Protocol Address Resolution Protocol Terminal Emulation Domain Name System Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

Common TCP/IP Subprotocols and Services TCP Transmission Control Protocol UDP User Datagram Protocol IP FTP HTTP Internet Protocol File Transfer Protocol Hypertext Transport Protocol POP SMTP ARP Telnet DNS DHCP Post Office Protocol Simple Mail Transfer Protocol Address Resolution Protocol Terminal Emulation Domain Name System Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol