Which is network management protocal?ans: DNS

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  • Jul 6th, 2006

Network Management Protocol is one which is used to handle client server relation.. An example of this is SNMP:Simple Network Management Protocol...this is what used in printer... etc.,

In this protocol, the server sends request to its clients for status and the clients replies...

The client is not allowed to contact the server unless and until an erroneous instance occurs.

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naresh nimmagadda

  • Oct 10th, 2006


    dns  is a  protocol and also a service its port number is 53

it is mainly used for domain name resolution perpous

name resolution means fully qualified domain name(FQDN) to ip ,

         ip to (FQDN)fully qualified domain

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