See Transmission Control Protocol (TCP).
See Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP).
The Internet standard protocol for remote terminal connection service. Telnet allows a user to interact with the remote computer as if the user was on a terminal directly connected to the remote computer.
A standard field in a TCP/IP header that indicates an age-of-expiration value that is examined by receiving hosts. Data with active TTL values is maintained and forwarded on the network; data with expired TTL values is discarded.
The Internet standard transport protocol that provides the reliable, two-way connected service that allows an application to send a stream of data end-to-end between two computers across a network. The Internet protocol suite is often called TCP/IP.
A family of networking protocols that allows computers with diverse hardware architectures and various operating systems to communicate across interconnected networks and the Internet. TCP/IP includes standards for how computers communicate and conventions for connecting networks and routing traffic. Every computer on the Internet supports TCP/IP.
See Time to Live (TTL).
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