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network protocol

The format and procedure that governs the transmitting and receiving of data in a network. The term comes from the Greek "protokollon," which was the cover page to a manuscript that provided a description of the contents. See protocol stack, communications protocol and OSI model.
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To solve the above-mentioned problems, this paper, focuses on non-public network protocol, the CPN model is extended to PCPN by the protocol factor and the Estelle formal model--EPCPN is presented to analyses the operation mechanism of non-public network protocols.
A low-speed network protocol, LIN will be used in doors, roofs, the steering wheel and seats to connect switches and relays to actuators.
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TCP/IP- The network protocol or agreed-upon method of communication that binds the Internet together; it is also the standard protocol for intranets and extranets.
In order to encourage maximum participation, the establishment of a Network Protocol will be envisaged
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TCP/IP has existed for over 20 years and is now the de facto standard network protocol for most private and public networks.
Enhancements in this version include support for Microsoft's PPTP virtual private network protocol, increased customisation and a new dial history that allows end users and corporate help desks to easily access connection performance data located on the end user's laptop.
The new firm will use the Ethernet open standard network protocol to make factory-floor, ERP, and VMI data available anytime, anywhere via a simple browser.
With this comprehensive portfolio of hardened network protocol stacks, well work closely on addressing the complexities of data center interconnect and wide-area IP/MPLS routing at scale.

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