What do you mean by protocol? What do you mean by intranet and extranet?

Question: What do you mean by protocol? Mention some protocols.

Protocol:

Protocol is a set of rules and procedures established between two computers prior to exchange data between them.

Some protocols and their full meanings are below:

Protocols  Full meanings

HTTP  Hyper Text Transfer Protocol

TCP/IP  Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol

FTP  File Transfer Protocol

SMTP  Simple Message Transfer Protocol

WAP  Wireless Application Protocol

 

Question: What do you mean by intranet and extranet?

Intranet:

An intranet is a private network of an organization. It is the smallest network than Internet and extranet. It is a highly secured network and only the employees of the organization can access here using a valid password. Like the Internet, an intranet can also be browsed using a browser but only the internal data of the organization.

Extranet:

An extranet is a private network of two or more organizations. It is smaller network than Internet but larger than intranet. When the intranets of two or more organizations are connected to each other to share resources and ideas then a bigger network is produced which is still private and called an extranet. It is a  secured network and only the employees of the organizations can access here using valid password. Like Internet and intranet, an extranet can also be browsed using a browser but only the internal data of the organizations.

 

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