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For questions about Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), a transport protocol used to encapsulate data across a network for reliable communication.

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Actually, TCP and Ethernet are examples of different layers of the OSI model. TCP works in layer 4 (transport layer), which is used for making connections between nodes on a network. TCP is indeed … mean that the node cannot use TCP. TCP still runs on top of Ethernet, and additionally, on top of IP (Layer 3) to create the bidirectional connection that TCP needs to communicate. So when talking about …
answered Apr 19 '14 by Magic Man