Udp segment structure - transport layer, Computer Networking

UDP Segment Structure

The  primary  purpose  of the UDP protocols  is to expose datagram's to the application  layer. The UDP protocols does very  little and therefore  employs a simple header  structures  UDP packet called  user datagram have a fixed  size  header of 8 bytes. Figure  shows he format for  of a user datagram. The fields  are as  follows.

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