Internet Applications

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Client and Server Programs
Client and Server Programs

In the context of networking software, there is another definition of a client and server, a definition that we'll refer to throughout this book. A client program is a program running on one end system that requests and receives a service from a server program running on another end

Tags internet applications, distributed applications, server
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Application-Layer Protocols
Application-Layer Protocols

We have just studied that network processes communicate with each other by sending messages into sockets. But how are these messages structured? What are the meanings of the various fields in the messages? When do the processes send the messages? These questions bring

Tags sockets, application-layer protocol, end systems, internet applications
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Application-Layer Protocols
Application-Layer Protocols

We have just studied that network processes communicate with each other by sending messages into sockets. But how are these messages structured? What are the meanings of the various fields in the messages? When do the processes send the messages? These questions bring

Tags sockets, application-layer protocol, end systems, internet applications
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Non-Persistent and Persistent Connections
Non-Persistent and Persistent Connections

In various Internet applications, the client and server communicate for an extensive period of time, with the client making a series of requests and the server responding to reach of the requests. Depending on the application and on how the application is being used, the series of

Tags internet applications, persistent connections, base html file, socket, routers
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DNS -The Internets Directory Service
DNS -The Internets Directory Service

We human beings can be recognized in many ways. For instance, we can be recognized by the names that appear on our birth certificates. We can be recognized by our social security numbers. We can be recognized by our driver's license numbers. Though each of these identifiers

Tags canonical hostname, hierarchical structure, dns servers, routers, internet applications, end system
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