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TCP/IP

Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol Informatics The suite of computer protocols and rules for exchanging packets of information over networks, including the Internet. See IP Number, Internet, UNIX.

transmission control protocol/internet protocol

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TCP/IP

The standard communication algorithm that governs and facilitates data transmission on the Internet and on many private computing networks.
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Once this process is finished, the MN decides whether to send BU's to the CN's with which it is connected with Route Optimization, in some cases it might prefer to receive datagrams from specific CN's at the old care-of address.
Each IP datagram would include a unique sequence number and a timestamp documenting the time at which the datagram was transmitted onto the wire.
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The network throughput rate and the rate of datagram loss are interrelated.
PortSnoop is a network monitoring utility that displays all current applications accessing a user's computer network using the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) or User Datagram Protocol (UDP).
Market data applications typically rely on the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) which is often employed for time-sensitive data transmission.
The Altera reference design includes a hardware engine for performing user datagram protocol (UDP) and optional real-time transport protocol (RTP) encapsulation of the video data, thus allowing full Gigabit line rate to be achieved.
3 includes the Reliable Datagram Service (RDS) protocol, which enhances Oracle's grid technology by providing a very high-performance protocol for inter-node communication.
Route Lookup/Patricia - A distillation of the fundamental operation of IP datagram routers: receiving and forwarding IP datagrams.
The C-5e network processor architecture comprises 16 fully-programmable RISC cores that can support virtually any protocol, including ATM AAL-2/AAL-5, VoIP/Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP)/User Datagram Protocol (UDP), Packet-over-SONET/Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP), and Multi-protocol Label Switching (MPLS).
Standards-based technology that delivers bandwidth efficiency, small-footprint clients, Datagram Transport Layer Security (DTLS) providing privacy for stream-based Internet traffic, and a unified service and device management protocol.