Datagram reassembly, Computer Network Security

DATAGRAM REASSEMBLY

Recreation of original datagram is known as reassembly. Ultimate receiver acts reassembly as given below.Fragments can reach out of order. Header bit checks fragments containing end of data from real datagram.

 

 

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