Checksum - transport layer, Computer Networking

Checksum

This 16 bits field contain  the checksum. The  calculation of the   checksum for TCP follows  the same  procedure as the  described for  UDP. However the inclusion of the  checksum  in the UDP datagram  is optional  whereas the inclusion of the  checksum  for TCP is mandatory.

 

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