TCP vs. UDP (CRAM NOTES)

UDP – Connectionless, very little overhead, used for voice and video traffic, can multiplex using port numbers to work with multiple applications

TCP – Connection oriented, more overhead than udp, uses flow control, sequencing , acknowledgements to ensure reliable, ordered delivery of segments, can multiplex using port numbers to work with multiple applications.

TCP – HTTP, FTP, Telnet, SSH, SMTP

UDP – DHCP, RIP, SNMP, TFTP, DNS

TCP features  error recovery, flow control using windowing, connection establishment and termination, ordered data transfer, data segmentation.

 

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