Found 73 Articles for Server

Traditional TCP

Updated on 28-Mar-2023 17:26:56
In this article, we will understand the concept of the Traditional TCP. It is a wired network connection for communication. The Open System Interconnection (OSI) model has seven layers that include the functions of communication over any network. The OSI is considered one of the standard models for much network communication. In the Seven layers, TCP comes under the Fourth layer which is called the Transport layer. TCP/IP model was designed before the development of the OSI model. The TCP always comes along with the IP, the so-called TCP/IP. The main function of TCP/IP is transferring the data using the ... Read More

Types of Internet Connection

Updated on 28-Mar-2023 17:15:06
In this article, we will discuss the various types of internet connections. The Internet provides customers to access and transfer data between users worldwide. Internet connections vary according to the area, availability, and usage. The benefits of having Internet connections help people to access any people easily and quickly. Some of the ways to connect using the internet connection are Wifi (Wireless Fidelity), Broadband, Wired, and Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL). There are huge ways to connect our local system, mobile phones, or tabs to the internet with different Internet connection types. Types of Internet Connection There are many ways to ... Read More

Difference between Client and Server

Md. Sajid
Updated on 02-Mar-2023 15:16:23
In a client-server architecture, clients request services from a server. Servers provide the requested service to their clients. However, clients and servers are separate programs running on different machines. A client is a piece of software that runs on a device and gives the user access to a server. The server provides the requested services upon request from the customer. A web browser, like Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, is a customer that asks a web server for webpages. A server is a piece of software that runs on a device and makes services available to other devices which ... Read More

SQL Server Query to Find All Permissions/Access for All Users in a Database

Bharti Kumari
Updated on 27-Jan-2023 10:16:19
Introduction In SQL Server, permissions are used to control access to database objects, such as tables and views. Each user in a database has a set of permissions that determine what they are able to do within the database, such as SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE, and EXECUTE. To view the permissions that a user has been granted in a database, you can use the sys.database_permissions view. This view provides information about the permissions that have been granted or denied on database-level securables for a specific database. The sys.objects view contains information about all the objects in a database, and the ... Read More

How to Update Two Tables in One Statement in SQL Server?

Bharti Kumari
Updated on 25-Jan-2023 11:18:05
Introduction In SQL Server, you may sometimes need to update data in multiple tables at the same time. This can be done using a single UPDATE statement, which allows you to update multiple tables in a single query. To update two tables in one statement, you can use the UPDATE statement with a JOIN clause. The JOIN clause allows you to specify a relationship between the two tables that you want to update, based on a common column or set of columns. Definition The term "update two tables in one statement" refers to the process of using a single UPDATE ... Read More

H.323 and Associated Protocols

Satish Kumar
Updated on 09-Jan-2023 17:49:23
H.323 Protocol Explained H.323 is a set of standards for real-time communication over IP networks, such as the internet. It was developed by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in the late 1990s as a way to enable voice, video, and data communication over IP networks. H.323 is a suite of protocols that includes a number of different components, including − H.225 − This protocol is used for signaling, which is the process of establishing and maintaining communication sessions. H.225 uses the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) model to send and receive messages between devices. H.245 − This protocol is used ... Read More

Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP)

Satish Kumar
Updated on 09-Jan-2023 15:42:14
What is Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP)? Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) is a network control protocol designed for use in entertainment and communication systems to control streaming media servers. The protocol is used to establish and control media sessions between endpoints, and it can support the transmission of video, audio, and other types of data. RTSP is similar to HTTP, but it is specifically designed for the control of streaming media. It allows a client to issue commands to a server, such as "play, " "pause, " and "record, " and it can also be used to negotiate the ... Read More

Difference between a Server and a Database

Pradeep Kumar
Updated on 05-Jul-2022 12:54:58
Both "Server" and "Database" are terms from the world of computing that are sometimes mistaken with one another. Virtualization has emerged as a popular choice for large companies, as it enables servers and databases to function as virtual instances. The capabilities of redundancy, backup, and recovery can be found in Databases and Servers alike. They also have the ability to handle the concurrent processing of data by a number of users and possess qualities related to security.What is a Server?The term "server" comes from the world of computing and refers to a piece of computer software or hardware that offers ... Read More

What are the TCP/IP Ports and its applications?

Bhanu Priya
Updated on 24-Mar-2022 13:17:37
Port is a logical address of any protocol or we can call it a dedicated door for each protocol in which all the packets fall in that box. We can also say that the mailbox for each protocol is a box in which each protocol packet is dropped.Later on the receiver will open that packet and read the content which the sender has sent. Port is a dedicated separate line for packet transmission for each protocol.TCP is called as Transmission control protocol which provides a communication service between an application program and the Internet protocol (IP)A port is a number ... Read More

What are the differences between Non-persistent and p-Persistent CSMA?

Bhanu Priya
Updated on 21-Mar-2022 13:05:57
The three types of Carrier Sense Multiple Access (CSMA) Protocols are as follows −1-persistent CSMANon- Persistent CSMAp-persistent CSMAp-persistent CSMAThe p-persistent CSMA is used whenever the channel has time slots so that the time slot duration is equal to or greater than the maximum propagation delay time. The p-persistence senses the channel whenever a station becomes ready to send.Suppose if the channel is busy, then the station has to wait till the next slot is available.The p-persistence transmits with a probability p when the channel is idle. With a probability q=1-p, the station has to wait for the beginning of the ... Read More