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Transport Layer (Layer 4)

As layer four of the OSI model, the transport layer is responsible for providing communication services between computers on a network. Accomplishing this communication between processes requires that the transport layer perform several different, but related jobs. 549 more words

OSI Model

Transport (OSI)

This layer manages packetization (process of dividing the long message into smaller messages) of data, then the delivery of the packets, including checking for errors in the data once it arrives. 50 more words

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A Guiding Light to the Future – The Emergent Packet-Aware Transport

By Pravin Mahajan, Director Product and Corporate Marketing

2015 is the International Year of Light (IYL). I had mused earlier on the significance of the occasion… 322 more words

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UDP vs TCP

UDP VS TCP?
What is the difference between two transport protocols ie:UDP,TCP
So  lets understand what is the meaning of transport protocol.For the very outset,lets take a brief intro to OSI model of network. 826 more words

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Transport Layer

The protocols discussed above are few of the protocols available in the Application layer. There are many more protocols available. All of them take the user data and add a header and pass it down to the Transport layer to be sent across the network to the destination. 382 more words

Transport Layer

Transport Layer

The Transport Layer is the layer that is responsible for transmitting data between two endpoints utilizing a virtual multiplexed connection with virtual port numbers indicating the communication endpoints. 157 more words

Transport Layer

Transport Layer

The Transport layer (also known as the Host-to-Host Transport layer) is responsible for providing the Application layer with session and datagram communication services. The core protocols of the Transport layer are… 129 more words

Transport Layer