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TOPIC: Handshaking not required?

Handshaking not required? 10 years 8 months ago #12614

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Take a look at this

Field Contains
DA Destination address
SA Source address
CF Identification number for the message
CS Checksum byte used for error checking

below gives the addresses for each of the computers on the LAN.
Computer Address
A 00000001 (01 hex)
B 00000010 (02 hex)
C 00000011 (03 hex)
D 00000100 (04 hex)

You have been asked by your team leader to write a report based on the information
contained in Tables 3, 4 and 5 (this will be called LAN Report 1) for a message transmission
from computer A to computer D.

bytes: DA, SA and CF for the transmission of the message. The message identification
number is 00000111 (07 hex).
2. Explain why handshaking is not required.

Why is it (handshaking) not required?

I read a few things on here, and i think UDP might have something to do here
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