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    • THE LARGEST NETWORK OF COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION THROUGH THE WORLD INTERNET
        • INTERNET is a global network of millions of interconnected computers with one set of procedures and protocols known connection used for communication and receiving and sending information
      • Internet basically done everything that starts from the user enters a domain name or any digital page eg www.google.com this is detected by the network which sends information to the server and this in turn provides the answer by bringing the page you want but as it happens? Examine the various protocols that operate within the process and that affects everyone below……..
      How?
      • Naming system is used by the Internet to convert IP addresses into domain names eg 74,125,159,147 = www.google.com.co
      DNS SERVER
      • (Transmission-Control-Protocol in Spanish Transmission Control Protocol) ensures that data is delivered to its destination without errors and in the same order they were sent
      TCP PROTOCOL
      • Internet Protocol). Provides security through checksums, rather than addressing ensures greater speed in delivery of data is complementary to the TCP
      IP PROTOCOL
      • Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) enables the output of mail from one server to another
      • Post Office Protocol (POP) allows you to read the mail that comes to your server
      • FTP (File Transfer Protocol) to transmit text files, video and images over the Internet.
      • TELNET: allows remote access to another computer that enables a user to connect to an Internet host and execute commands.
      FTP PROTOCOL