Client Server Application

Which of the following is not a client server application?
a) Internet Chat
b) Web Browsing
c) Ping
d) E Mail

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  • Jun 23rd, 2010

Answer: C

c) Ping - This is just Connectivity check & No need to communicate with Server.

a) Internet Chat - Here Client require to connect with Server for appropriate functioning.
b) Web Browsing - Here same as well.
d) E Mail - Here mail client need to contact with Mail server.



  • Aug 11th, 2011

internet chat

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  • Aug 25th, 2011

obviously PING bcoz
Ping is a computer network administration utility used to test the reachability of a host on an Internet Protocol (IP)

it doesn't provide services

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  • Feb 6th, 2013

c) Ping because it is protocol to send A to B, and reply come as Pong B to A.

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  • Feb 24th, 2015


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  • Mar 14th, 2015

c) Ping
It is use to check connection b/w to networks

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Simranpreet Singh

  • Feb 11th, 2017

I am just wondering if email can also be consider as an answer to this question. Cant email be considered as a peer to peer application as it does not involve server (which eventually is used to reply to clients query) and instead just use email address of sender and sends the mail directly to that address.

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  • Dec 1st, 2017


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  • Apr 29th, 2020

Ping is the Answer, as it is a command to interpret the given host/url/machine to its DNS resolving name and check if the host responds,
Where as, Internet Chat involves Chat Server and user machine(client) communication, Web server involves browser(client) request to URL(server) to render the page, Email involves email server,

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