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Gary_Ahuja

  • 3 years ago

What is a datagram ?

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    A datagram is the PDU of UDP, it's how what it constructs to send over the network to communicate, it's not reliable and considered connection-less. It's more light-weight than a packet (TCP's way of communicating). When a datagram fragments, it fragments into packets (though not to be confused with TCP packets) When a packet is fragmented, it fragments into segments (to assert that they're still reliable). In short, a datagram is how UDP communicates, and this is it's structure: http://mars.netanya.ac.il/~unesco/cdrom/booklet/HTML/NETWORKING/node020.html

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