What is a protocol, Computer Networking

What is a protocol?

The term protocol refers to a set of rules and process that govern the transmission of messages over a physical networking medium. The most common network protocols are: (a) TCP/IP, (b) IPX/SPX and (c) NetBEUE  

 

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