BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) is a standard TCP/IP protocol based on the distance-vector routing algorithm that enables groups of routers to share their routing information in an efficient manner.
Wireless Application Protocol, or WAP, is a set of technologies developed by a consortium of mobile telephony equipment vendors that is designed to bring Web content to wireless handheld...
SLIP is an industry-standard protocol developed in 1984 for UNIX environments that supports TCP/IP networking over serial transmission lines.
IMAP4 stands for Internet Mail Access Protocol version 4, is an Internet standard protocol for storing and retrieving messages from Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) hosts.
Xerox Network Systems is a suite of networking protocols developed by Xerox Corporation’s Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) in the early 1980s.
X.25 is a packet-switching protocol for wide area network (WAN) connectivity that uses a public data network (PDN) that parallels the voice network of the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN).