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Concept Map of TCP/IP

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Sangyi Drolma

on 28 September 2014

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Concept Map of TCP/IP
Discussion Questions
1. How long do you think it will be before a newer version of the protocol is needed?

2. Can you think of any reasons why the current protocol would need to be improved?

3. What are the disadvantages of TCP/IP when using multimedia to communicate today?
Web Server
What is TCP/IP?

Early 1970s: NCP (Network Control Protocol) first protocol ever developed

1978: Vincent Cerf and Robert Khan at the Stanford Research Institute created TCP/IP
History continued
1. TCP protocol breaks data into packets

2. Packets travel from router to routes over the internet according to the IP protocol

3. TCP protocol reassembles the packets into the original whole

Data is packaged, addressed, and routed

Four Layers:
Application Layer
Transport Layer
Internet Layer
Link Layer

1983: TCP/IP replaced
NCP as main internet protocol

1980s: usage of TCP/IP expands to academic communities and public

1995: increased users calls for update to IPv6
Amber Watson
ICS & Arabic Major with a French Minor
Group Members
Kaley Deal
Public Policy Major with a Certificate in Latin American & Caribbean Studies
Phoebe Long
Public Policy & Psychology Major
Katie Weidman
Psychology Major
•Works independently of operating systems
•Reliable data recovery
•Connects different types of
computers and systems
•Scalable IP addressing

•TCP/IP is slower

•More sockets to connect

•Data Security concerns
TCP/IP Protocol

is an
Internet protocol suite
sends data over computer networks

TCP: Transmission Control Protocol
builds/breaks down

stands for
Internet Protocol
Asang Sang
Sociology Major with MMS certificate
TCP/IP offers multiple services
HTTP: Web Browsing
FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
File Sharing
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