Buffering - transport layer, Computer Networking

Buffering

This  protocols  provides  the advantage of buffering to the  receiver can buffer any out of order  packets after being received by  sending  acknowledgment  when  lost or garbled  packet  received by  the receiver  will deliver  all the  buffered packets.

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