Protocols

When a user clicks on a link for a page, the computer starts to process opening the page for the user. The user is the client, while the computer is the server. Due to the request of the client for a webpage, the server sends the page crossgrid.org back over the internet, fulfilling the request. This completes the operation started with the user’s click on the link and ends the client/Server interaction. The server can handle many clients at the same time, even up to thousands.

  • The Department would normally expect to adhere to the times given, however, it is possible that exceptional circumstances may delay feedback.
  • No single or partial exercise of any right or remedy will preclude or restrict the further exercise of that or any other right or remedy.
  • Some very fast networks have much larger packet sizes.

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