Packet loss and retransmission in tcp, Computer Networking

Packet loss and retransmission in TCP

TCP gets reliability by retransmission. An acknowledgement is used to check that data has arrived successfully. If acknowledgement does not reach, the previous data is retransmitted. This is given in the figure below:

 

 

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