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Kahn solved the problem of interconnecting different networks using different protocols by pioneering a new pr

Kahn solved the problem of interconnecting different networks using different protocols by
pioneering a new protocol called TCP that was capable of:

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A.
Secure transmission of information.

B.
Providing host to host connectivity with global addressing.

C.
Enforcing a constant packet size to avoid discards.

D.
Allowing remote logins.

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2 Comments on “Kahn solved the problem of interconnecting different networks using different protocols by pioneering a new pr

  1. Ric says:

    This question/answer is wrong. The IP Protocol is what provides “Global Addressing”, TCP provides reliability and error-checing. Maybe it was supposed to be TCP/IP since Kahn invented both?




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