TCP / IP Protocol - Definition - Networking

Q.  What is TCP / IP Protocol?
- Published on 26 Aug 15

a. It receives data from application as a single stream.
b. It uses a three way handshake to establish a connection.
c. It is a Connection Oriented Program
d. All the Above

ANSWER: All the Above
 

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  • Prajakta Pandit   -Posted on 23 Oct 15

    Transport Control Protocol (TCP)

    - TCP gives guarantee that a packet will reach to the destination without any duplication and the order of data will be same.

    - TCP is a reliable protocol. It uses a three way handshake technique to establish a connection.

    - TCP is a connection oriented protocol, it means that the connection must be open between two ends before sending the data.

    - It has a scalable, client-server architecture and it receives data from application as a single stream.

    - It enables the internetworking between the organizations.

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