Overview of the Transport Layer in the Internet
Overview of the Transport Layer in the Internet

Recollect that the internet, and more commonly a TCP/IP network, makes available two distinct transport-layer protocols to the application layer. One of these protocols is UDP (User Datagram Protocol), which provides an unreliable, connectionless service to the invoking

Tags application layer, udp, tcp, network application, sockets, datagram, packets, segments
Connectionless Transport: UDP
Connectionless Transport: UDP

In this section, we'll examine UDP, how it works, and what it does. We encourage you to refer back to Principles of Network Applications, which contains an overview of the UDP service model, and to Socket Programming with UDP, which discusses socket programming using

Tags socket programming, udp, network layer, application process, end system, tcp, segment
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