TCP/IP Name Affiliation Date TCP/IP Introduction TCP stands for Transmission control

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TCP/IP Name Affiliation Date TCP/IP Introduction TCP stands for Transmission control protocol while IP stands for Internet protocol. They are merged together to form the Internet protocol suit which is a model for networking which consists of communication protocols which are used for internet and other similar networks. This protocol suite was designed and developed by the Department of Defense (DoD). It was developed in order to connect different networks which were designed by different vendors. By use of TCP/IP, several computers on small network in a department can use these protocols in conjunction with other protocols on a single LAN. In this protocol suite, the IP components helps in routing form the small LAN in that…show more content…
Under the article Intragrated IP address solution and management, this research concluded that IP address management provided abilities to manage, monitor, control and assign IPs space in a company. This greatly reduces costs and improves network uptime. The Core network services was another research done. Under this article, TCP/IP proved that more applications, users and even devices can run concurrently. This ensures that many tasks can be performed all the time. The article IPAM intelligence, it describes well how this protocol suite has led to fueling of new and intelligent approach to the IP address and management and thus improvement of this protocol suite. End-to-end service management was another article that was published proving how this protocol suite has enabled very high service performance and also availability. This is due to the fact that Telepresence and other real time service are easily accessible. Under the article File transfer ipv6 readiness, it was established that since the since ipv4 is running out, the introduction of ipv6 would be beneficial since it would be compatible with TCP/IP protocol suite. This would ensure that more data files would be transferred. Under the article Deploying new services with confidence, it was established that TCP/IP was a major contributor in deploying this reliable service. It was therefore important

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