Explain the purpose of each of the HTTP request types when used with a RESTful web service.
The purpose of each of the HTTP request types, when used with a RESTful web service, is as follows: GET: Retrieves data from the server (should only retrieve data and should have no other effect). POST: Sends data to the server for a new entity. It is often used when uploading a file or submitting a completed web form. PUT: Similar to POST, but used to replace an existing entity. PATCH: Similar to PUT, but used to update only certain fields within an existing entity. DELETE: Removes data from the server. TRACE: Provides a means to test what a machine along the network path receives when a request is made. As such, it simply returns what was sent. OPTIONS: Allows a client to request information about the request methods supported by a service. The relevant response header is Allow and it simply lists the supported methods. (It can also be used to request information about the request methods supported for the server where the service resides by using a * wildcard in the URI.) HEAD: Same as the GET method for a resource, but returns only the response headers (i.e., with no entity-body)
Numbers of bits used in IPv 6
A Link Control Protocol is used for?
A Link Control Protocol (LCP) is used for establishing, configuring and testing the data-link connection.