TCP (Transmission Control Protocol): Controlling Segment Size and Rate for Web Client and Server Communication

What protocol is responsible for controlling the size of segments and the rate at which segments are exchanged between a web client and a web server? A)TCP. B)IP. D)HTTP. E)Ethernet.

 

Transmission Control Protocol

The protocol that is responsible for controlling the size of segments and the rate at which segments are exchanged between a web client and a web server is TCP (Transmission Control Protocol).

TCP is one of the core protocols of the Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP) and provides reliable, ordered, and error-checked delivery of data between applications.

TCP allows the web client and server to establish a reliable connection and exchange data in the form of segments. It manages the segmentation and reassembly of data packets, ensuring that they are not too large to be handled by the underlying network and that they are delivered in the correct order.

Additionally, TCP implements a congestion control mechanism that monitors the network conditions and adjusts the rate at which segments are sent. This helps to prevent network congestion and ensures fair sharing of network resources among different connections.

IP (Internet Protocol) is responsible for the addressing and routing of data packets on the Internet. HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) is responsible for defining how web clients and servers communicate and exchange resources. Ethernet is a local area networking technology that defines the physical and data link layer protocols for wired networks. While these protocols are important for the functioning of the internet and web services, TCP is specifically responsible for controlling the size and rate of segment exchange.

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