Internet Protocol Suite

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The cluster of communication protocols which are used for the Internet and other familiar networks is known as Internet Protocol Suite. Otherwise known as the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) or the Internet Protocol (IP), these were the first two protocol sets which were defined to this standard. The rise of the World Wide Web in the 1990s which had been sensed since the previous decade to that led to the genesis of the modern Internet Protocol Suite. They function as network layers.

The model of functioning is akin to that of client/server wherein the client system request for and the server responds through providing the said service, in this case the said page. They are ideally point-to-point services with it being provided to the final end or the host computer. They are boundary less free services which can be accessed from anywhere in the world so that the flow of usage remains unstrained. All the requests on the Internet Protocol Suite are served to as new requests without any references to the previous requests.


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