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Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol

TCPTC, TWP, TAP, TIP, TOP, PCP, TSP, TC'S and IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP were developed by a Department of Defense (DOD) research
project to connect a number different networks designed by different
vendors into a network of networks (the "Internet"). It was initially
successful because it delivered a few basic services that everyone
needs (file transfer, electronic mail, remote logon) across a very
large number of client and server systems. Several computers in a
small department can use TCP/IP (along with other protocols) on a
single LAN. The IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP component provides routing from the department to
the enterprise network, then to regional networks, and finally to the
global Internet. On the battlefield a communications network will
sustain damage, so the DOD designed TCP/IP to be robust and
automatically recover from any node or phone line failure. This design
allows the construction of very large networks with less central
management. (Source: Yale.edu [1])

A list of the protocols in the TCPIPTC PIP, TC-PIP, TOECLIP, TEACUP, TOECAP, TAILPIPE, TEACUPS, BAGPIPE, TOECAPS, DECAMP, TEACUP'S, TOECAP'S suite [2]

See also IPIPA, OP, UP, PI, IO, IMP, I, P, AP, KIP, PIP, RIP, VIP, DIP, HIP, LIP, NIP, SIP, TIP, YIP, ZIP, IA, IE, IR, PP, WP, II, DP, GP, HP, ID, IL, IN, IQ, IT, IV, JP, KP, LP, MP [3], IPv4 [4], IPv6 [5].

Links:
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[1] http://www.yale.edu/pclt/COMM/TCPIP.HTM
[2] http://www.protocols.com/pbook/tcpip1.htm
[3] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?IP
[4] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?IPv4
[5] http://melbourne.wireless.org.au/?IPv6

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