Tech Quiz of the Day

Nov 28 2008   10:56PM GMT

Tech quiz of the day from WhatIs.com: How much do you know about Internet Routing in Space?



Posted by: Ivy Wigmore
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The WhatIs.com Word of the Day is Internet Routing in Space (IRIS).

Tech Trivia
Which protocol reassembles packets after they’ve arrived and forwards on to you as a complete file — TCP or IP?
Answer

Secret Word of the Day
This is the ability of a computer, machine, electronic system or network to maintain limited functionality even when a large portion of it has been destroyed or rendered inoperative. What’s the secret word?
Answer

IT Acronym Challenge
Vint Cerf helped NASA engineers design a DTN protocol that uses space probes and orbiters as deep space routers. What does DTN stand for?
Answer

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