It's time to discuss protocol basics. In this video, get a definition of protocols as they relate to networking.
- Now, in addition to IP, there are other protocols … that we use on our network. … But before we talk about more protocols, … I want to really make sure you understand … what a protocol is. … So we talked about the Internet Protocol, IP, … in the last episode, … and now what we're going to do is say, … "Okay, we've all heard about IP, … "we kind of know it's a protocol, … "but do we understand the concept of a protocol?" … And then we're going to talk about how communications work … with these protocols. … So first of all, defining network protocols. … A protocol is a defined way of performing an action. … Now I'm talking in general here, just in general, in life, … a protocol is a defined way of performing an action. … So you might have protocols … for doing a certain thing in the military, … police officers might have protocols … for how they operate. … We have protocols which are standardized ways … of doing something, right? … Network protocols are defined ways … of communicating on a network. …
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