Comparison of connection-oriented and connectionless, Computer Networking

CONNECTION-ORIENTED:

  • Accounting is simpler.
  • Application can learn of network causes immediately.

CONNECTIONLESS:

  • It has fewer load.
  • It is easier to create network.

An example of service paradigm is given in the figure below.

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