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  • INTERVIEW QUESTIONS NETWORKING CLIENT SERVER DETAILS
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    How to work TCP/IP?


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    TCP/IP is just a protocol that allows different nodes on the network/Internet to share resources..and without TRANSMISSION CONTROL PROTOCOL/INTERNET PROTOCOL, different nodes wont understand each other.

    To configure it you will just right click on your LAN CONNECTION and click properties.make sure tcp/ip is ticked then click on it then properties....then from there you can assign each computer with an ip address or allow DHCP to do that for you.



    TCP/IP is a type of protocols , it used assign a uniqu address to a pc, which allow the user to share its resource in the network, means it connect the pc to another pc to share data and resources.



    Posted by: bharti nimje    

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    TCP/IP is protocol which enable to communicate between more than one computer over a network.TCP/IP (TRANSMISSION CONTROL PROTOCOL/INTER PROTOCOL).



    Posted by: RACHIN KUMAR    

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    TCP is the protocol which works at the Transmission Layer of OSI Model which uses Port No 80. IP is the protocol which works at the network layer of OSI Model. So, both the end the the protocol should be same in order to make the devices to communicate with each otehr. TCP and UDP both work at the same layer. But the difference is TCP is the Connection Oriented Service where as UDP [User Data Gram Protocol is the Connection Less Service]



    Posted by: Ganesh    

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    Tcp/Ip is a protocol that defines the communication between different nodes on the network.



    Posted by: baljit singh    

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    TCP is a connection oriented protocol & IP is a connectionless protocol.

    TCP will communicate between computers where as IP will communicate between application and computer.



    Posted by: ramesh.d    

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    TCP is a connection oriented protocol & IP is a connectionless protocol



    Posted by: Muhammed afsal    

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    TCP is a connection oriented protocol & IP is a connectionless protocol.

    TCP will communicate between computers whereas IP will communicate between application and computer.



    Posted by: shiv    

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    IP: means it is used to between languages communicated data in the network.
    TCP: means it is used to communicate
    date one computer to other computer



    Posted by: madhu    

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    IP is the commmuncation key of a pc to the network
    TCP is the means of commmunication from one computer to others



    Posted by: joel hammah    

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    TCP/IP transmission control protocol / internet protocol which work on transport and network layer on OSI modal. both are depand to each other.



    Posted by: pavan agarwal    

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    Tcp/IP is a protocol suit which is define a rule to communication between client to client and client to server communcation.



    Posted by: chandu ahire    

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    TCP is Physical Connection to physically connected to computers each other whereas IP is logically protocol whose to connect Network/Internet.



    Posted by: Gaurav    

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    OSI MODEL
    Application
    Presentation
    Session
    Transport(TCP)
    Netowork(IP)
    Data Link Layer
    Physical layer

    TCP- Transmission Control Protocol provide end to end connection n relibale conection.
    It is connection oriented.

    IP- Internet Protocol connect actually 2 computers



    Posted by: KilleR    

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    TCP/IP these are one of the protocol suit in networking which is used to communicate and shared data from more than one pc



    Posted by: Abhay Pradhan    

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    TCP/IP (TRANSMISSION CONTROL PROTOCOL/INTERNET PROTOCOL) is a protocol developed so that data communication between different vendor machine can be possible. it's is standard protocol for Internet. And all vendor use same to connect there machine to internet.



    Posted by: Prashant    

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    in the networking environment every implemented method for shearing the use resources for communicate to each others use the set of protocols. so tcp is the set the of protocol. tcp is the reliable protocol and works on port no. 80. and ip is the connectionless protocol but tcp is the oritendd protocol. ip is communicate between applicaions & tcp is communicate between computers in network. tcp/ip allows to communicate beween two or more objects (devices) at a time.



    Posted by: vishal chauhan    

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    TCP/IP is TCP and IP working together.

    TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) communication between application software (i.e. your browser) and your network software.

    If one application wants to communicate with another via TCP, it sends a communication request. This request must be sent to an exact address. After a "handshake" between the two applications, TCP will set up a "full-duplex" communication between the two applications.

    TCP is responsible for breaking data down into IP packets before they are sent, and for assembling the packets when they arrive.

    IP (Internet Protocol) communication between computers

    IP is responsible for sending the packets to the correct destination.



    Posted by: M Thajudeen    

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    TCP/IP are the coneection oriented and connectionless oriented protocol respectively.. used for share the resources in between the computers



    Posted by: Nagalingayya    

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    TCP
    TCP is a reliable, connection-oriented delivery service. The data is transmitted in segments. Connection-oriented means that a connection must be established before hosts can exchange data. Reliability is achieved by assigning a sequence number to each segment transmitted. An acknowledgment is used to verify that the data is received. For each segment sent, the receiving host must return an acknowledgment (ACK) within a specified period for bytes received. If an ACK is not received, the data is retransmitted. TCP is defined in RFC 793.

    TCP uses byte-stream communications, wherein data within the TCP segment is treated as a sequence of bytes with no record or field boundaries. The following table describes the key fields in the TCP header.



    Posted by: archana sharma    

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    TCP/IP is a protocol suite which are using in network . TCP is a reliable
    and connection oriented protocol and IP is a non reliable and connectionless protocol.



    Posted by: kamlesh mahra     

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    Tcp/Ip is a protocol that defines the communication between different nodes on the network.
    (or)
    tcp/ip is used to communicate with each other on network



    Posted by: laxman    

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    OSI MODEL
    Application
    Presentation
    Session
    Transport(TCP)
    Netowork(IP)
    Data Link Layer
    Physical layer

    TCP- Transmission Control Protocol provide end to end connection n relibale conection.
    It is connection oriented.

    IP- Internet Protocol connect actually 2 computers



    Posted by: Rahul Tanwar    

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    tcpip:
    tcp stand for tranmission control protocol it is used to assign ip address to diff pc in networks,this is one of the protocols used in all layers of osi.



    Posted by: faheem    

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    TCP is connection oriented protocal and realible.it creates virtuval connection between two tcp to send data. TCP used for flow and error control mechanisum at transport level. IP is connectionless protocal.



    Posted by: RAVIKANTH    

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    TCP/IP:TCP means connection oriented protocal IP:connectionless protocal



    Posted by: y srikanth reddy    

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    To communicate from Pc to Pc in the Network.



    Posted by: sandeep kumar    

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    TCP/IP is an industry standard protocol suite for WAN.It is a routable protocol suitable for disimilar network.



    Posted by: Pankaj Rajpoot    

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    Tcp/Ip is one of the improtent protocol in a network.it has four layer and work with prot no 80. it allows one computer to comunicate with another comuter or makes no interfaces over a network.Tcp is a conection orinted protocol and ip is a connectionless protocol whcih means it's gives gurantee to deliver data to destinsation place.



    Posted by: gautam singh    

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    TCP/IP is stand for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. TCP/IP is a protocol suite which is used for data communication and sharing between different nodes.



    Posted by: Pallavi Singh Chauhan    

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    TCP/IP is stand for Transmission control protocol/Internet Protocol it Asian to ip address each host the the network and 32 bit ban nary number octal value



    Posted by: binod    

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    TCP is a connection oriented protocol & IP is a connectionless protocol.

    TCP will communicate between computers where as IP will communicate between application and computer



    Posted by: ram anurag mishra    

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    tcp/ip is one or more data transmission support protocol



    Posted by: bharti    

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    tcp and ip both are different but they work combine to each other tcp protocol work on data link layer and ip work on network layer so that is use to help communicate more then one computer



    Posted by: rohitchoudhary    

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    TCP/IP is used to connect host on the network
    a)TCP:-takes care of communication between application software(browser)and your network software
    *breaks down into packets

    b)IP:-communication with other computers
    *sends the packet in a network



    Posted by: purushotham    

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    TCP/IP is stand for Transmission control protocol/Internet Protocol it Asian to ip address each host the the network and 32 bit ban nary number octal value. (or)

    TCP is a connection oriented protocol & IP is a connectionless protocol.
    TCP will communicate between computers where as IP will communicate between application and computer



    Posted by: Balu    

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    TCP/IP for IP version 4 (IPv4) is a networking protocol suite that Microsoft Windows uses to communicate over the internet with other computers. It interacts with Windows naming services like DNS and security technologies, such as IPsec primarily, as these help facilitate the successful and secure transfer of IP packets between machines.



    Posted by: VIPIN CHAUHAN    

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    iT IS A HEALPING modol of OSI
    modol
    that allow us multi hom.of single pc(server)



    Posted by: Rampal verma vijaynAGAR    

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    TCP/IP is composed of layers, wherein each layer is responsible for performing certain operations on the data it receives and passing it to the higher layers. Each layer deals with certain issues related to the transmission of data and renders certain services to its higher layers. For a detailed description of the TCP/IP, you must take a look at the TCP/IP Reference Model.

    The TCP/IP model consists of the link layer, the Internet layer, the transport layer and the application layer. Each layer consists of a set of protocols that function on the level of that layer. The link layer protocols are responsible for connecting the nodes in a network. The Internet layer consists of protocols, specifications and methods that are used to transport data packets across the network. The transport layer protocols deal with the transmission of data packets between source and destination network hosts. The application layer, the topmost layer in TCP/IP, directly interacts with application services. Thus, we see that TCP/IP functions at all the levels of communication between the components of a network. It is truly, the heart of network communication.



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    TCP/IP is just a protocol that allows different nodes on the network/Internet to share resources..and without TRANSMISSION CONTROL PROTOCOL/INTERNET PROTOCOL, different nodes wont understand each other.

    To configure it you will just right click on your LAN CONNECTION and click properties.make sure tcp/ip is ticked then click on it then properties....then from there you can assign each computer with an ip address or allow DHCP to do that for you.





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    TCP/IP is a type of protocols , it used assign a uniqu address to a pc, which allow the user to share its resource in the network, means it connect the pc to another pc to share data and resources.





    Posted by: pupu    

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    TCP/IP is a connectionless protocol and works at transmission layer of OSI model.
    Tcp/Ip defines the communication between different computers on the network.



    Posted by: Ajay    

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    TCP/IP is the basic communication protocol used by internet. It is also used for communication in a private n/w such as intranet.TCP/IP has two layer protocol. The higher layer protocol divides the message into smaller packets called segments and transmit those segments over the n/w. these packets are then received by the TCP layer of other machin.This layer reassembles the segments into original messageThe lower layer IP protocol manages the addressing part of the packets so that they will reach the correct destination.



    Posted by: Sunil Poddar    

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    Tcp is connection oriented protocol and Ip is connection less protocol



    Posted by: Pramod kumar     

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