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TCP/IP Protocol Interview Questions And Answers

Protocols :: TCP/IP Job Interview Questions and Answers

TCP/IP Frequently Asked Questions in various TCP/IP Protocol Interviews asked by the interviewer. So learn TCP/IP with the help of this TCP/IP Protocol Interview questions and answers guide and feel free to comment as your suggestions, questions and answers on any TCP/IP Protocol Interview Question or answer by the comment feature available on the page.

1 Explain Does IP Protect Data On The Network?
2 What is TCP/IP?
3 Explain What is the data unit of "Transport layer"?
4 Explain How is data send by IP layer?
5 Explain How can we detect that the other end of a TCP connection has crashed? Can we use "keepalives" for this?
6 Explain What is the full form of OSI and TCP/IP model?
7 Explain How many hosts can be on each network? Consider a fixed subnet partition of a class B network number that will accommodate at least 76 networks.?
8 Explain What is the PDU of "Network layer" and "Data link layer"?
9 Explain How do applications coexist over TCP and UDP?
10 Explain How Is IP Carried On A Network?
11 Explain What is the Role of TCP/IP in data transmission from source to destination?
12 Explain Which layer is closer to the user?
13 Explain How can we measure the performance of an IP link?
14 Explain What are the networking protocol options for the Windows clients if for some reason you do not want to use TCP/IP?
15 Explain How does ARP response the request?
16 Explain 4 example of application layer?
17 Explain How does TCP try to avoid network meltdown?
18 What is sockets?
19 What is the port number of Telnet and DNS?
20 What is the difference between flow control and error control?
21 Explain What is the difference between flow control and error control?

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