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Network Protocols

Network protocols are the language of rules and conventions used for handing communicated between network devices and ensuring the optimal operation of a network. Network protocols include key internet protocols such as IP and IPv6 as well as DNS and FTP, and it also includes more network-specific protocols like SNMP and NTP.

From network protocols like HTTP and TCP/IP to SMTP and FTP, our network protocols dictionary offers a glossary of important terms you need to know.

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