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    Understand how TCP/IP and HTTP protocols are related in this networking fundamentals expert response.

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    TCP/IP is buckling under the demands of today's Internet, according to researchers who want to replace it with a new Internet protocol stack. Their solution: Named Data Networking.

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  • ISCSI TCP/IP TOE card purchase considerations

    A look at the specific considerations in purchasing iSCSI

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  • What is the difference between OSI model and TCP/IP other than the number of layers?

    OSI is a standard "reference model" that describes how protocols should interact with one another.

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  • Does it matter that TCP/IP doesn’t have protocols that map to all seven layers of the OSI model?

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  • IPsec architectures and implementation methods

    In this excerpt of The TCP/IP Guide, author Charles M. Kozierok explains the three different implementation architectures defined for IPsec: integrated, bump in the stack (BITS) and bump in the wire (WITW).

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  • Test your TCP/IP protocol stack to troubleshoot network connectivity

    When you troubleshoot Windows network connectivity, make sure there are no problems with the local TCP/IP protocol stack. Brien M. Posey guides you step-by-step through testing the local host's ability to contact the DNS server and the default gateway server, and how to test host name resolution.

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  • TCP/IP offload engine (TOE)

    The TCP/IP offload engine (TOE for short) is a technology that is gaining popularity in high-speed Ethernet systems for the purpose of optimizing throughput.

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