Point to point protocol (PPP)

Point to point protocol (PPP),

Definition of Point to point protocol (PPP):

  1. Serial 8-bit connection standard which has largely replaced serial line internet protocol (SLIP) as the most popular method of making dial-up connection to internet or other networks over ordinary telephone lines. PPP emulates (see emulation) other major protocols (such as TCP/IP), provides error detection and correction, online security, superior data negotiation and compression, and router-to-router and host-to-network connections, over both asynchronous and synchronous circuits.

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