Hi Friends, In this series of learning about Technology and Internet, we have brought you another topic in which we will talk about How many types of Protocols are there? If you run the internet or are connected to technology in any way, then you should have heard about the protocol. But do you know that if there are no protocols then we can not communicate by using the technology in any way if the Internet is not there. Now all of you would like to know what these protocols are and how do they work, let’s get them Know about details.

What are the Protocols ?

Protocols means the rule made for communication between two networking devices, according to the rules networking devices can communicate among themselves. If you try to understand the simple language, then the protocol means the networking devices own their own language in which the bay can talk together, just as we humans can talk to each other as if you were to name the HTTP (Hypertext Text Transfer Protocol) It is heard that through this protocol, a device sends some data to another device or another computer in a text form to another computer, and the device or computer that receives it understands that data, and we have to understand and understand Is translated into language that we find use Word as if you are hitting the right post. Protocols are also called “digital languages“.

What are the Protocols
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Regarding the way to do protocols, you can use the protocols to send some data from one computer to another computer, that can be data text, images, videos or anything else that we can do to these protocols. Anyone can send anything from the use, even without any difficulty, even the devices are at a distance. protocol between the devices that have to transfer data between each peer to peer connection, due to this peer-to-peer connection bo devices can communicate with each other so well.

Types of protocol

Well there are lots of protocols but some common protocols are listed below.

#1. Internet protocol:

Internet protocol is a very common protocol. Everybody knows about this, we can use the internet with the help of this protocol and most of the same protocol is used. Internet protocol sends the data into pieces or packets form and adds them to the destination when it reaches.

#2. TCP (Transmission control protocol):

This protocol is used only with the internet protocol and it is named as TCP / IP, a Network Model like the OSI Model, but it has only 4 layers. TCP has the same name as its name. It controls the Response Flow, which is sent from the Client Computer to the Server Computer and the request sent from the Server Computer to the Client Computer.

#3. POP (Post Office Protocol):

We use this protocol to recieve e-mail. That’s why its name is post office protocol and currently it is used with the name SMTP for POP3.

#4. SMTP (Simple mail transfer protocol):

Simple Mail Transfer Protocol is used by TCP / IP to send and receive mail if you get information about the application layer in OSI Model, then you may have complete information about SMTP Working Feature.

#5. HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol)

HTTP or HTTPS is both very useful, and I have explained in detail that you can click on the link and get detailed information about them.

#6. FTP (File Transfer Protocol)

Use this protocol to transfer files from one computer to another computer. Website Manager stores all their files through Web Hosting on Web Server. After that whenever a user opens the website, FTP or File Transfer Protocol gives it the permit that he can download that file from the Web server.

Friends, these are some protocols with the help of which we can send data from one computer to another computer. There are many types of protocols, but we do not use them so much. And understanding them is a bit difficult for us if you want to know more about Protocols and information with Working Features, then you can read the OSI Model well.

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