FTP – what does it mean?
FTP, or File Transfer Protocol, is a standard communications protocol for transferring data between devices across a network. A TCP/IP (Internet) connection is also available between the two. FTP is a network protocol that connects a user to a server and allows users to download files, pages, or applications that are available on other services. File Transfer Protocol is usually using by the user when they need to download data to their personal device.
What are the differences between FTP and HTTP?
TCP/IP is a set of communications protocols that is still relatively unknown. It is a combination of two different components – TCP and IP. This article will look at what it is and how it works.
The definition of TCP/IP
TCP/IP is an abbreviation for Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. The two protocols (TCP and IP), each with its own set of restrictions, are integrate initially and used for machine communication on networks, including the Internet. It defines how the data travels by determining how it should be split into distinct packets for address, routing, transportation, and delivery.
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