What is the difference between TCP/IP host name and netBIOS host name?

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angel

  • Aug 27th, 2006
 

TCP/IP doesn't implements any host name protocol
netbios is a microsoft protocol which maps the IP addresses to host names.

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venkateswrlu

  • Sep 11th, 2006
 

what is the difference between TCP/IP host name and netBIOS host name?

bhanuprakash

  • Sep 30th, 2006
 

TCP/IP host name is to recongize which system.Netbios Host Name is name of NIC Card details,

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Jai Singh

  • Dec 17th, 2006
 

NetBIOs name is system Name it is only 15 character long and resolve by NetBios protocal.TCP/IP Name is full system name. it is 65 characters long and resolved by windows scoket protocal.

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Andrew

  • Jan 1st, 2007
 

FQDM (tcp/ip) use DNS to resolve name to ip addy

NetBIOS uses WINS to resolve name to ip addy

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