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Internet Protocol (IP) The data transmission standard for the Internet. Every computer connected to the Internet has its own IP address, which enables a packet of data to be delivered to a specific computer
hexadecimal base-16# system that allows big numbers to be displayed by fewer characters than if the number were displayed in the regular base- 10 system. In hexadecimal, the number 10 is represented as the letter A, 15 is represented as F, and 16 is represented as
Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) A protocol that allows a computer to connect to the Internet over a phone line.
Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet (PPPoE) A protocol that implements PPP on top of the Ethernet architecture to connect an entire network to the Internet
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) The protocol for transporting HTML documents across the Internet
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) An Internet protocol used to transfer files between computers; allows file transfer without corruption or alteration
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) The Internet standard protocol for transferring e‑mail messages from one computer to another
Post Office Protocol (POP) A protocol that resides on an incoming mail server. The current version is POP3
Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) A protocol that resides on an incoming mail server. Similar to POP, but is more powerful. Allows sharing of mailboxes and multiple mail server access. The current version is IMAP4
Usenet (User Network) A collection of thousands of Internet computers, newsgroups and newsgroup members using Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) to exchange information
newsgroup On Usenet, a subject or other topical interest group whose members exchange ideas and opinions. Participants post and receive messages via a news server.
Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) The Internet protocol used by news servers that enables the exchange of newsgroup (Usenet) articles.
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