TCP/IP means Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol. It is the network model used in the current Internet architecture as well. Protocols are a set of rules which govern every possible communication over a network.

TCP / IP Reference Model - Data Communication and Computer Network

In this “TCP / IP Reference Model - Data Communication and Computer Network” you will learn about following topics:

  1. Introduction of the TCP/IP Model
  2. Overview of TCP/IP Reference Model
  3. Description of Different TCP/IP Protocols
  4. Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4)
  5. IPv4 - Addressing
  6. Hierarchical Addressing Scheme
  7. Subnet Mask
  8. Binary Representation
  9. IPv4 - Address Classes
  10. IPv4 - Subnetting
  11. Variable Length Subnet Mask
  12. IPv4 - Reserved Addresses
  13. Introduction of IPv6
  14. IPv6 Header
  15. Features
  16. Addressing Modes
  17. Address Types
  18. Interface ID
  19. Difference between IPv4 and IPv6
  20. Internet Multicasting
  21. Mobile IP
  22. Comparison of the OSI Reference Model and TCP/IP Reference Model




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