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DCN_rpj4 - NT503 Data Communication Networking TCP/IP protocol suite 1 TCP/IP protocol suite Dominant commercial protocol architecture Since 1990

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2 TCP/IP protocol suite Dominant commercial protocol architecture Since 1990, it became widespread It was a result of research conducted on packet switched networks by Advanced Research Project Agency Network (ARPANET) in the United States The research was funded by Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA) Main intention was to inter connect different networks developed by different vendors on a common platform The common platform resulted as a TCP/IP protocol suite Simple, less number of layers
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3 Why TCP/IP ? ¾ Delivered few basis services such as file transfer, electronic mail, remote log on etc. ¾ IP component provides connectivity across various networks ¾ Afterwards, DOD (Dept. of Defense, USA) made mandatory to use TCP/IP Products hence encouragement to vendors to develop TCP/IP products ¾ Robust network that automatically recovers from failure of nodes, links etc.
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4 TCP/IP approach
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DCN_rpj4 - NT503 Data Communication Networking TCP/IP protocol suite 1 TCP/IP protocol suite Dominant commercial protocol architecture Since 1990

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