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RDT 3.0 is the last and best version of the Reliable Data Transfer protocol. Before RDT 3.0, RDT 2.2 was introduced, to account for the… Read More
RDT 2.1 protocol is the successor of RDT 2.0. While transmitting data in the transport layer, the issue of reliable transfer of data persists, the… Read More
The reliable data transfer protocol 2.2 is the successor of RDT 2.1. The prominent change in the RDT 2.2 is the exclusion of Negative acknowledgment.… Read More
A network that is connected with two devices as a link to execute two-way communication on the network. It receives and sends data to the… Read More
Transportation layer conventions utilize the idea of ports and multiplexing/demultiplexing to convey information to individual services listening on network nodes. These ports are spoken to… Read More
A protocol is designed to handle real-time traffic (like audio and video) of the Internet, is known as Real Time Transport Protocol (RTP). RTP must… Read More
Both Socket and Port are the terms used in Transport Layer. A port is a logical construct assigned to network processes so that they can… Read More
In this article, we will learn a good concept of how the TCP/UDP checksum is calculated.  When we receive data from the application it is… Read More
Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is the transport layer protocol that serves as an interface between client and server. The TCP/IP protocol is used to transfer… Read More
Reliable Data Transfer (RDT) 1.0 works on a perfectly reliable channel, that is, it assumes that the underlying channel has: No bit errors and No… Read More
Reliable Data Transfer (RDT) 2.0 protocol works on a Reliable Data Transfer over a bit error channel. It is a more realistic model for checking… Read More
Transport Layer Protocols are central piece of layered architectures, these provides the logical communication between application processes. These processes uses the logical communication to transfer… Read More
Congestion control refers to the techniques used to control or prevent congestion. Congestion control techniques can be broadly classified into two categories:     Open Loop… Read More
In the network layer, before the network can make Quality of service guarantees, it must know what traffic is being guaranteed. One of the main… Read More
What is congestion? A state occurring in network layer when the message traffic is so heavy that it slows down network response time.   Effects… Read More