Internet Protocol (IP)

Internet Protocol (IP),

Definition of Internet Protocol (IP):

  1. A set of rules governing the format of data sent over the internet or other network.

  2. One of the two most important protocols (written together as TCP/IP) that make internet possible. IP divides flow of data into packets (each carrying up to 65,535 eight-bit bytes) and attaches a header containing forwarding address for its correct transmission to the intended receiver.

How to use Internet Protocol (IP) in a sentence?

  1. Jajah just landed a deal to manage VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) calls for Yahoo!.

Meaning of Internet Protocol (IP) & Internet Protocol (IP) Definition