Computer Science Engineering (CSE)  >  TCP/IP Model - Computer Networking

TCP/IP Model - Computer Networking Notes - Computer Science Engineering (CSE)

Document Description: TCP/IP Model - Computer Networking for Computer Science Engineering (CSE) 2022 is part of Computer Science Engineering (CSE) preparation. The notes and questions for TCP/IP Model - Computer Networking have been prepared according to the Computer Science Engineering (CSE) exam syllabus. Information about TCP/IP Model - Computer Networking covers topics like and TCP/IP Model - Computer Networking Example, for Computer Science Engineering (CSE) 2022 Exam. Find important definitions, questions, notes, meanings, examples, exercises and tests below for TCP/IP Model - Computer Networking.

Introduction of TCP/IP Model - Computer Networking in English is available as part of our Computer Science Engineering (CSE) preparation & TCP/IP Model - Computer Networking in Hindi for Computer Science Engineering (CSE) courses. Download more important topics, notes, lectures and mock test series for Computer Science Engineering (CSE) Exam by signing up for free. Computer Science Engineering (CSE): TCP/IP Model - Computer Networking Notes - Computer Science Engineering (CSE)
Download, print and study this document offline
 Page 1


TCP/IP  MODEL
1
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
Page 2


TCP/IP  MODEL
1
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
Introduction to TCP/IP Model
? The current Internet is based on a TCP/IP reference 
model.
? TCP and IP are two protocols of this model. TCP 
stands for Transmission Control Protocol and IP 
stands for Internet Protocol.
? The architecture or model was defined by the US 
department of defense and is used by ARPANET 
(Advanced Research Project Agency Network).
2
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
Page 3


TCP/IP  MODEL
1
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
Introduction to TCP/IP Model
? The current Internet is based on a TCP/IP reference 
model.
? TCP and IP are two protocols of this model. TCP 
stands for Transmission Control Protocol and IP 
stands for Internet Protocol.
? The architecture or model was defined by the US 
department of defense and is used by ARPANET 
(Advanced Research Project Agency Network).
2
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
Goals on which TCP/IP model was designed:
? The network should connect multiple networks 
together.
? The connection should withstand till the source 
and destination machines are functioning.
? The architecture should be so flexible that it should 
be able to transfer data among different hardware 
or software platforms.
3
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
Page 4


TCP/IP  MODEL
1
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
Introduction to TCP/IP Model
? The current Internet is based on a TCP/IP reference 
model.
? TCP and IP are two protocols of this model. TCP 
stands for Transmission Control Protocol and IP 
stands for Internet Protocol.
? The architecture or model was defined by the US 
department of defense and is used by ARPANET 
(Advanced Research Project Agency Network).
2
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
Goals on which TCP/IP model was designed:
? The network should connect multiple networks 
together.
? The connection should withstand till the source 
and destination machines are functioning.
? The architecture should be so flexible that it should 
be able to transfer data among different hardware 
or software platforms.
3
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
(Host- to- Network)
4
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
Page 5


TCP/IP  MODEL
1
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
Introduction to TCP/IP Model
? The current Internet is based on a TCP/IP reference 
model.
? TCP and IP are two protocols of this model. TCP 
stands for Transmission Control Protocol and IP 
stands for Internet Protocol.
? The architecture or model was defined by the US 
department of defense and is used by ARPANET 
(Advanced Research Project Agency Network).
2
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
Goals on which TCP/IP model was designed:
? The network should connect multiple networks 
together.
? The connection should withstand till the source 
and destination machines are functioning.
? The architecture should be so flexible that it should 
be able to transfer data among different hardware 
or software platforms.
3
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
(Host- to- Network)
4
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
Host to Network Layer
? It is the bottom layer of TCP/IP model & lies 
below the internet layer.
? It is also known as Network Interface Layer.
? Function of this layer is to connect the host to 
the network & inform the upper layers so that 
they could start sending the data packets.
? This layer varies from network to network.
5
Maninder Kaur          www.eazynotes.com
Read More
Download as PDF

Download free EduRev App

Track your progress, build streaks, highlight & save important lessons and more!

Related Searches

pdf

,

Exam

,

Previous Year Questions with Solutions

,

MCQs

,

TCP/IP Model - Computer Networking Notes - Computer Science Engineering (CSE)

,

Important questions

,

mock tests for examination

,

Sample Paper

,

past year papers

,

TCP/IP Model - Computer Networking Notes - Computer Science Engineering (CSE)

,

video lectures

,

Objective type Questions

,

Extra Questions

,

practice quizzes

,

ppt

,

Viva Questions

,

TCP/IP Model - Computer Networking Notes - Computer Science Engineering (CSE)

,

study material

,

Free

,

shortcuts and tricks

,

Semester Notes

,

Summary

;