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You Must Know These Differences In Networking

You Must Know These Differences In Networking

HTTP

  • HTTP uses port number 80 for communication
  • HTTP is considered to be unsecure
  • HTTP works at Application Layer
  • HTTP does not require any certificates

HTTPS

  • HTTP uses port number 443 for communication
  • HTTP considered to be secure
  • HTTPS works at Transport Layer
  • HTTPS needs SSL Certificates

VoIP

  • VoIP is based on packet switching.
  • VoIP allows to make phone calls using internet
  • 10 kbps required for call
  • Converts the voice into digital signal.

POTS

  • POTS is based on circuit switching.
  • POTS allows to make phone calls through a fix line.
  • 64 kbps required for call
  • Converts the voice into electrical signal.

WEB SCRAPING

  • It is used for downloading information
  • A Web Scraper doesn't obey robots.txt
  • The tool used is Web Scraper.
  • ProWebScraper, Web Scraper.io are the examples

WEB CRAWLING

  • It us used for indexing of Web pages
  • It always obeys robots.txt.
  • The tool used is Spiders.
  • Google, Yahoo or Bing do Web Crawling

BROWSER

  • Web browser requests the server
  • Doesn't exist any processing model for the web browser.
  • Web browser stores the cookies for different websites.

SERVER

  • Web server accepts, approve the request
  • three types of processing models for web server
  • Web servers provide an area to store and organize the pages of the website.

WEB SERVER

  • Web Server is useful or fitted for static content.
  • In web server, HTML and HTTP protocols are used.
  • Web servers arrange the run environment for web applications.

APPLICATION SERVER

  • Application server is fitted for dynamic one.
  • GUI, HTTP and RPC/RMI protocols are used.
  • Application servers arrange the run environment for enterprises application.

WEB SERVICES

  • Web service is used for REST, SOAP type of communication
  • All Web Services are API's.
  • Web service supports only XML
  • Web services can be hosted on IIS.

WEB API

  • API is used for any style of communication.
  • APIs are not web services
  • API supports XML and JSON
  • Web API can be hosted only on IIS and self.

Final Words!

Hope you learnt something new!

This is the end of NETWORKING SERIES. Now we will start PROGRAMMING SERIES. Hope you loved this series :)

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