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Unformatted text preview: World Wide Web Basics 2 The Web is a distributed document delivery system that uses Internet protocols links documents stored in computers communicating by the Internet Main authority is the W3 Consortium www.w3.org 3 Basic Definitions Web server machine that services Internet request Web client machine that initiates Internet request Browser software to interact with Internet data at the web client TCP/IP internet data protocol FTP internet file transfer protocol HTTP hypertext transfer protocol HTML hypertext markup language 4 Servers and Clients Servers computer systems at the end of a network that store files and provide other services Clients computer systems that are end points for users of the data 5 Client-Server Model & WWW Cloud model TCP/IP HTTP and MIME types FTP Protocol stacks 6 Client-Server Model 7 Internet Model Layers Application layer Communication services (FTP, telnet, e-mail) Transport layer Transmission of messages end-to-end Network services layer Transmission of messages sequence of links Data Link layer Transmission of packet across one link Physical layer Where the signals move 8 Internet Layer Model Application layer http ftp smtp telnet rlogin Transport layer TCP UDP Network Services IP Data Link layer LAN link Physical layer Physical Connection 9 Application Layer FTP HTTP SMTP Telnet Etc. 10 TCP/IP Suite of protocols made the standard for the Internet facilitates communication between heterogeneous and similar networks that are connected together reliable, connection oriented, byte stream protocol 11 Transport layer: TCP & UDP TCP transmission control protocol...
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This note was uploaded on 07/15/2011 for the course ECO 2023 taught by Professor Mr.raza during the Summer '10 term at FAU.

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