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Primitives mean operations. A service in a computer network consists of a set of primitives The primitives are to be used by the user to access the service. The primitives ask the service to do some action or to report on an action. The primitives are system calls. The primitives varies for different services. The following are some of the primitives used in a computer network.

  • Request
  • Indication
  • Response
  • Confirm

REQUEST: An entity is requesting a service (we are requesting a connection to a remote computer).

INDICATION: An entity is informed of an event (the receiver has just received connection request.)

RESPONSE:  An entity is responding to an event (the receiver is sending the permission to connect).

CONFIRM:  An entity acknowledges the response to its request (the sender acknowledges the permission to connect to the remote host).


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