Acknowledgment number - transport layer, Computer Networking

Acknowledgment number

This 32 bit  field  defines  the byte  number that the  from the  segment is expecting to  receive the segment is expecting to receive from the other party. If  the receiver of the segment has successfully received byte  number  x from  the other  party  it  defines  x+ 1  as the  acknowledgment number.

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