TCP/IP

TCP/IP

What is TCP/IP? 

Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is a set of rules for data communications that allows different types of computers on the Internet to communicate with each other.  When a Web server communicates with another computer on the Web, it translates the necessary information into TCP/IP packets. The receiving computer translates the TCP/IP packets into the internal processing language of the computer, processes the information, translates the response back into TCP/IP packets, and transmits the packets back to the originating computer over the Internet.

File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

This link takes you to the online guide for uploading and downloading personal or instructional Web pages using FTP.

WS_FTP (For PC Users Only)

This link takes you to the online guide for mounting personal or instructional Web pages using WS_FTP prepared by the CSLA Faculty Instructional Technology Support Center.

Fetch (For MAC Users Only) 

This link takes you to the online guide for mounting Web pages using Fetch prepared by the CSLA Faculty Instructional Technology Support Center.

Telnet

Telnet (PC)


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Last updated (at) 12/07/99