It's very detailed. TCP and IPX are protocals that sort your data into a certain pattern so that you can transmit it over your line (phone, cable, ethernet, etc). The receiver than recongnized this specific pattern and can re-assemble the data back into it's original format. TCP and IPX are just types of patterns that are used to send data. TCP is used for your internet connection and your LAN. IPX is an older protocol that is dying out. It is still used in some video game interfaces. There is much more detail in the the exact way they organize data. I'm sure there are reports on this subject you can find on Google.
IPX/SPX is a proprietary protocol developed by Novell, and TCP/IP is an open protocol, not owned by anyone.In addition, the two protocols do similar things, with transport and routing. The main difference is the addressing type and the frame types are different.
TCP IP handles data transfer by default, and IPX SPX takes over if TCP IP is unavailable
TCP/IP v4 TCP/IP v6 IPX AppleTalk
IP,IPX,TCP,.... are Routable protocols and NetBEUI,DLC,... are Nonroutable..
NetWare includes support for TCP/IP NetWare's previous protocol was IPX/SPX
Internetwork Packet Exchange. It was a protocol for Novell NetWare, but TCP/IP is so prevalent now, even IPX sites typically utilize it.
Dhcp tcp/ip ipx http pop smtp ftp
TCP IP is 2 distinct protocols... TCP is a trasnporter and IP is the DATA TCP mean Transport Control Protocol and IP mean Internet Protocol If you compare with IPX SPX in NOVEL IPX is the DATA, and SPX is the transport protocol... Jean-François Cyr as Cyr de Jackdrill...
the main difference between UDP and TCP is that UDP is not a reliable protocol.
IPX/SPX : Routable // TCP/IP : Routable // NetBEUI : Not Routable
NetBEUI is the only listed protocol that is not routable; the rest are.
1) TCP/IP, 2) IPX/SPX, 3) NetBEUI, & 4) AppleTalk...
Both are the protocols of network layer. Main difference between both of them is TCP is connection oriented while UDP is connection less.
sorry, there are over 9000 differences so i cant list them all
The primary advantages of using TCP/IP are summarized below:TCP/IP can be used to establish connections between different types of computers and servers. Providing this type of interoperability is one of the main advantages of TCP/IP.TCP/IP is an industry standard, open protocol. This means that it is not controlled by one institute.TCP/IP operates independently of the operating system.TCP/IP includes support for a number of routing protocols.Enables internetworking between organizations.TCP/IP has a scalable, client/server architecture.TCP/IP includes support for name and address resolution services, including Domain Name Service Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol and Windows Internet Name Service .Includes support for a number of different Internet standard protocols for Web browsing, file and print services, and for transporting mail.The disadvantages of TCP/IP are summarized below:IPX is faster than TCP/IP.TCP/IP is intricate to set up and manage.The overhead of TCP/IP is higher than that of IPX.
ipx spx addresses are usually assigned by the server and in most cases work in conjunction with TCP/IP. This is an outdated protocol and don't need it unless your connecting to some very old Netware servers
No, TCP/IP is the not the only protocol used in the world, but it is certainly one of the most popular. Older networks may still use IPX/SPX (Novell) which is a competitor to TCP/IP. Mainframes use SNA or LU6.2 protocols which are very different from TCP/IP. Appletalk is also a competitor to TCP/IP.
The OSI model encompasses all of the TCP/IP sub-protocols plus several other protocols that are not part of TCP/IP. These would include IPX/SPX, NetBEUI, Appletalk, and other proprietary protocols that are not part of the TCP/IP model.
TCP : Its a protocol responsible for the data delivery of a packet IP :Its a logical addressing TCP is a Layer 4 (transport) protocol IP is a layer 3 (network) protocol. TCP runs on top of IP.
TCP/IP, usually either IPv4 or IPv6. Others, such as IPX or AppleTalk are possible, but long obsolete.
TCP/IP is the protocol used for the Internet. It will not be replaced anytime soon, it replaced a protocol called IPX/SPX which was used by Novell. But TCP/IP is here to stay.
seven layers are to be used in OSI model but only five layers are used in TCP/IP