Understanding Internet Protocols (TCP/IP)

In recent years, the Internet has become a popular source for many consumers. The Internet has opened up new possibilities in learning and research, and has even allowed many businesses to use the Internet as part of their marketing. The Internet offers consumers and businesses access to a wide range of different programs and services no matter what the topic is they are looking for. The Internet is also a huge network that links computers all around the world together. Through the Internet, individuals can communicate with others and share data from any location with an Internet connection, even if it is from a remote corner of the globe.


The Internet provides individuals and companies access to a large number of different networks, including the worldwide networks such as the Global Network of Cableways, the Wideband Internet Protocol, and the national information exchange networks such as the Ethernet Internet. The Internet also consists of different sub-networks and this is the area that the Internet service providers usually target when developing their services. Sub-networks include the intranet, the domain, the intranet gateway, the local area network, the wireless network, and the wireless domain.

The Internet also includes a number of different protocols that form the foundation of network communications on the internet. These protocols include TCP/IP, ICMP, JSP, MAIL server, and HTTP. Most of the protocols that form the backbone of the Internet were developed by other companies and are open to anyone who develops software that will allow for the expansion of Internet services. The most common types of protocols that are used in the Internet are BIND, SMTP, and POP3.