Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. The basic protocols programs use when communicating on the Internet.
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is a networking protocol that provides communication across interconnected networks, between computers with diverse hardware architectures and operating systems.
Short for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet protocol, TCP-IP refers to the set of procedures that control applications on the Internet.
Transmission Control Protocol - Internet Protocol On the Internet, some computers are connected through Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and some through Internet Protocol (IP). Used in conjunction they form TCP-IP. This is a standard for connecting to the net. Therefore, your computer can connect through any other computer that uses TCP-IP, which most do.
The basic protocols controlling applications on the Intn the Internet; it stands for "transmission control protocol/Internet protocol."
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. The basic protocols controlling applications on the Internet.
A common method of assigning addresses on a network so that different types of server operating systems can all communicate regardless of any other communications protocol also in effect. In other words, you may be using a PC running Windows 95, connecting to an ISP running UNIX which, in turn, attaches to the Internet. If all three are running TCP-IP (which they are) than they can all talk to each other.
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol - These two protocols were developed by the U.S. military to allow computers to talk to each other over long distance networks. IP is responsible for moving packets of data between nodes. TCP is responsible for verifying delivery from client to server. TCP/IP forms the basis of the Internet, and is built into every common modern operating system.
Transmision Control Protocol / Internet Protocol
The suite of communication “rules” used to connect hosts on the Internet.
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol, the basic communication language or protocol of the Internet.