Let’s go back to the 1970s, when the infrastructure of the internet we use today was being formalized. In those days, most networks were localized, contained in single buildings, and had different, competing network protocols. In order to expand the network to encompass the world, standards had to be set at the lower, base layers of the system. That’s when TCP/IP came out on top of the competition. Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol, the two protocols that define the pathing and data transfer of the internet, have not fundamentally changed since 1983.
0 subscriptions will be displayed on your profile (edit)
Skip for now
For your security, we need to re-authenticate you.
Click the link we sent to , or click here to sign in.