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IDNP:Part 2

Importance of Communication Protocols Communications protocols are a very important communication capability. Communications protocols allow two systems or more to communicate effectively and to pass data over a network and between different communication devices. Communication protocols allows for the process of breaking data down into tiny packets that are the encrypted and signed by the sending device. Each of these packets are sent individually to cut down on errors. If any errors occur, instead of resending the whole line of data it is only necessary to send that specific packet to complete the transfer. Communications protocols also allow you to have secure and private communications when transferring data. Each packet we previously discussed has a header imbedded in its data that signifies where it is going. It will then only open on the device it has been addressed to. Also if someone were to intercept one of your packages it is still not the whole transfer since all the data is sent separately in smaller packages and they wouldn’t receive the full data transfer. There are many different kinds of protocols that govern how computers interact with each other through the internet and govern how they communicate most effectively. Common communication protocols include everything from how the data is secure to how the packets are structured and sent.
Identifying Protocols/Network Architecture The links of communication and how they will be realized for Kudler Fine Foods will follow standard procedure for any company invested in keeping current technological infrastructure and database keeping at the forefront. Kudler’s line of communications will run over a dedicated leased T1 line over existing copper fiber pairs between each store and will be arraigned in a star topology with the La Jolla Store being the central…...

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