Collecting Legacy Machine Data With TCP/IP

Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) is a suite of internet protocols used to standardize communication between different computers accessing the internet.

It originated in the 1970s and grew out of a program developed by the Defense Advanced Research Project (DARPA), which developed as a forerunner to the internet. As the internet grew and moved to commercial and civilian use, the TCP/IP protocol became the default standard for internet computer connectivity.


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