What is the TTL (Time to Live)? Why is it required?






What is the TTL (Time to Live)? Why is it required?..

Answer / clara

TTL is a value in data packet of Internet Protocol. It communicates to the network router whether or not the packet should be in the network for too long or discarded.................

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