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in what order do tcp/ip services execute

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by hayoubee In reply to tcp/ip services

Your qustion is not clear for me but I thought you asked a bout the the folwing
-According to DOD Model their is 4 layers as the folowing:
1-Process Application telnet,ftp,tftp,smtp,lpd,nfs,snmp,xwindows and others.
2-Host to Host :TCP and UDP.
3-Internet: IP adres ,end insid the IP thier is (ICMP,BootP,ARP,RARP).
4-Network access:Ethernet,Token Ring,FDDI,Frame Relay,Others

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by odysseym In reply to tcp/ip services

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by McKayTech In reply to tcp/ip services

I agree that the question is not clear but generally, working from the ISO networking model, they will start from the top (application layer) and work their way down to the physical layer on the transmitting side. On the receiving side, they are received at the physical layer and transmitted upwards layer by layer.

If you're talking about priority, instead, that can be defined by the routers. A router could, for example, be set to forward all telnet traffic (port 23) ahead of e-mail traffic on port 25.

Is this a start?

paul

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