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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.
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transmission control protocol/internet protocol,
The standard communication algorithm that governs and facilitates data transmission on the Internet and on many private computing networks.
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The equipment for the contest, provided by AT&T, included 45 Unix System V computers networked together to a StarServer E with StarLAN, which used TCPIP
. The software was developed by John Farrington of Baylor University.
Also make sure your LAN or corporate firewall supports TCPIP
But as people started to add functionality such as communications, TCPIP
and NFS would be examples, and they started to add better file systems--the current UNIX file system--they put them in the kernel to achieve the performance that they wanted.