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Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol: A set of protocols used to allow computers to share resources across a network. TCP/IP was originally developed for ARPANET, but is now in much wider use. These protocols support file transfer, remote logons, and electronic mail between users on the different host computers on the network. TCP and IP are actually a protocols in the Internet suite, but the designation TCP/IP is commonly used to describe the entire suite, since TCP and IP are the best known of the protocols in the Internet suite, which also includes FTP, TELNET, and SMTP. See also Internet protocols. For a very readable description of TCP/IP and how it's used to carry information through networks, see Introduction to Internet Protocols.