Why we using Tcp/IP. Why we can't use just Tcp ip? What is
the meaning of '/' symbol in between this?
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Answer / pankaj lohar
TCP/IP is not a reference model. Remember OSI is a
reference model.OSI is used as a guideline for making
intervendor compatible devices and interoperatable
TCP/IP is a model to define how data flows over
internet.Supported by any operating system using any
protocol.I think its a basic networking model.
TCP IP indicates only two protocol Transmission control
protocol and internet protocol.
TCP/IP indicates family of protocol
"/" represents the all protocol used in this network model.
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Answer / akshay sharma
The meaning of symbol "/" is AND that means Tcp and IP. TCP
provides the service of exchanging data reliably directly
between two network hosts, whereas IP handles addressing and
routing message across one or more networks.
Internet Protocol is not reliable so that's why we use TCP
for reliability. Remember OSI is just a reference model
TCP/IP is a real time model.
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Answer / rakesh
the tcp/ip referense model and tcp/ip protocol stack make
data communication posible between any two computer any
where in the world at nearly the speed of light.
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Answer / amandeep lamba
The IP suite contains two standard transport level
protocols: the "transport control protocol" (TCP) and the
"user datagram protocol" (UDP). TCP is the protocol
popularly associated with the IP suite, hence the common
reference to "TCP/IP." The slash mark in "TCP/IP" indicates
that TCP is layered on top of IP. Theoretically, TCP could
be layered on top of any datagram protocol, even ones that
are part of other protocol suites.
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Answer / s.m.feroz ahmed
We are Using TCP/IP and not TCP ip where the slash
differentiates TCP from IP TCP stands for Transport Control
Protocol and IP stands for Internet Protocol.
TCP is a protocol for communication between internal
Network or for configuring a domain controller and IP is
used to communicate to Internet browsing and to browse and
communicate with outside network.
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