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What is the difference between TCP/IP and NetBEUI?

What is the difference between TCP/IP and NetBEUI?
They're both network protocols. TCP/IP works on large, routed networks, and is used on the vast majority of modern enterprise networks, as well as the Internet. NetBEUI is an outdated, and now unsupported, network protocol useful only for older versions of Windows networks that reside on a single local area network.
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