CST 331: Week 3

This week we delved into the second layer of the Internet architecture burrito: the transport layer. However, it was impossible not to at least brush upon the network layer as well because of their tightly knit relationship. Transport-layer protocols (TCP and UDP) provide logical communication between application processes running on different hosts — but they’re domain is the host itself. The communication between hosts is the domain of the network layer.

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