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Are a lot like human languages in that they are the language that computer speak when talking to each other. p 311

Networking protocols

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set of rules that govern communications much like a language in human terms. p 311

Protocol

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(TCP/IP) stands for what. p 312

Transmission control protocol/internet protocol

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Contains dozens of protocols working together to help computers communicate with one another. p 312

TCP/IP

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The DOD has four layers that map to the seven OSI layers. p 312
The seven OSI layers

Process/ application application
presentation
session

Host-to- Host tranport

Internet network

Network Access data link
physcal

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Dynamically assigns IP addresses and other IP configuration to network clients. p 314

(DHCP) Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

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Its purpose is to resolve hostnames to IP addresses. p 314

(DNS) Domain Name System

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Includes both uploading and downloading files from one host to another. p 314

(FTP) File Transfer Protocol

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Manages the communication between a web server and client and lets you connect to and view all of the content. p 315

HTTP

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When you get a pop-up error message saying that the certificate has expired or could not be validated. p 315

HTTPS

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Is a secure protocol designed to download email. p 316

(IMAP) Internet Message Access Protocol

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Is a directory services protocol based on the X.500 standard. p 316

(LDAP) Lightweight Directory Access Protocol

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Its being replaced by IMAP4 because IMAP4 includes security and more features

(POP3) POST Office Protocol 3

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Services using this protocol can be great for telecommuters. It's also very handy for technical support who can log in and assume control over a remote computer. p 317

(RDP) Remote Desktop Protocol

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When you need to transfer files over a secure encrypted connection. p 317

(SFTP) Secure File Transfer Protocol

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It's used to provide shared access to files printers and other network resources. p 317

(SMB) Server Message Block

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Push the message to the email server which will then process the message for delivery. p 317

(SMTP) Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

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Gathers and manages network performance information. p 317

(SNMP) Simple Network Management Protocol

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Can be used to set up a secure telnet session for remote logins or for remotely executing programs and transferring files. p 317

(SSH) SECURE SHELL

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Can log into another machine and see the remote computer in a window on their screen. p 318

Telnet

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is one of the main protocols of the Internet Protocol Suite. It is used by network devices, like routers, to send error messages. p 320

Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)