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A standard method or format for communication between network devices. Ensures that data are transferred whole, in sequence, and without error from one node on the network to another. An Application layer protocol that formulates and interprets requests between Web clients and servers

Protocol HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) IP (Internet Protocol)

A core protocol in the TCP/IP suite that operates in the Network layer of the OSI model and provides information about how and where data should be delivered. It is the subprotocol that enables TCP/IP to internetwork A core protocol in the TCP/IP suite that belongs to the Network layer of the OSI model. It obtains the MAC (physical) address of a host, or node, and then creates a local database that maps the MAC address to the host's IP (logical) address. An Application layer protocol in the TCP/IP suite that uses a central list of IP addresses, and their associated devices' MAC addresses to assign IP addresses to clients dynamically. It was the precursor to DHCP. An Application layer protocol in the TCP/IP suite that manages the dynamic distribution of IP adresses on a network. Using this protocol to assign IP addresses can nearly eliminate duplicateaddressing problems An Application layer protocol used to send and receive files via TCP/IP A core protocol in the TCP/IP suite that notifies the sender that something has gone wrong in the transmission process and that packets were not delivered A TCP/IP protocol used to manage multicast transmissions. Routers use this protocol to determine which nodes belong to a multicast group, and nodes use this protocol to join or leave a multicast group

ARP (Address Resolution Protocol)

BOOTP (Bootstrap Protocol) DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) FTP (File Transfer Protocol) ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol) IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol or Internet Group Multicast Protocol) NNTP (Network News Transfer Protocol or Network News Transport Protocol)

An Application layer protocol in the TCP/IP suite that facilitatesthe exchange of newsgroup messages, or articles, between multiple servers and users

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Flashcards Table on Network+ - Protocols

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A simple Application layer protocol in the TCP/IP suite used to synchronize the clocks of computers on a network. This protocol depends on UDP for Transport layer services A core protocol in the TCP/IP suite that belongs in the Network layer of the OSI model. This protocol relies on a database table to associate the IP (logical) address of a node with its MAC (physical) address. It can be used to supply IP addresses to diskless workstations. A core protocol of the TCP/IP suite. It belongs to the Transport layer and provides reliable data delivery services A suite of networking protocols that includes TCP, IP, UDP and many others. It provides the foundation for data exchange across the Internet. A terminal emulation protocol used to log on to remote hosts using the TCP/IP protocol. This protocol resides in the Application layer of the OSI model. A TCP/IP Application layer protocol that enables file transfers between computers. Unlike FTP, this protocol relies on UDP at the transport layer and does not require a user to log on to the remote host. A core protocol in the TCP/IP suite that sits in the Transport layer of the OSI model. It...
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