What does the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) provide?

A.) Connectionless datagram service.


C.) Flow control and error checking.

D.) Name resolution.

E.) Path discovery.

What does the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) provide? A.) Connectionless datagram service. B.) F..

Answer / guest

Answer: A

UDP is connectionless, and does not provide error checking. But

remember, error checking can occur at other layers too.

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