3. good failure recovery.and if the thinghs are taken seprately.. thenTCP is bascially responsible for proper data transmission by assuring dataintegrity it is a connection oriented protocol that follows the under scenerio1. Handshaking.2. Packect Sequencing3. Flow Control.4. Error handling.IP : Since the data to be sent must be put somewhere the IP works here .. therequired data is packaged in an IP packet.5.
ques11: TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) is a set of rules (protocol) usedalong with the Internet Protocol (IP) to send data in the form of message units between computers over the Internet. While IP takes care of handling the actualdelivery of the data, TCP takes care of keeping track of the individual units of data (called packets) that a message is divided into for efficient routing throughthe Internet.6.
7 Application6 Presentation Upper Layers5 Session4 Transport3 Network 2 Data Link Lower Layers1 PhysicalThe application, presentation, and session layers are all application-oriented inthat they are responsible for presenting the application interface to the user. Allthree are independent of the layers below them and are totally oblivious to themeans by which data gets to the application. These three layers are called theupper layers.The lower four layers deal with the transmission of data, covering the packaging,routing, verification, and transmission of each data group. The lower layers don’tworry about the type of data they receive or send to the application, but dealsimply with the task of sending it. They don’t differentiate between the differentapplications in any way.The following sections explain each layer to help you understand the architectureof the OSI-RM (and later contrast it with the architecture of TCP/IP).The Application Layer