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- In the Internet Protocol suite, a standard, low-overhead, connectionless, host-to-host protocol that is used over packet-switched computer communications networks, and that allows an application program on one computer to send a datagram to an application program on another computer. Note: The main difference between UDP and TCP is that UDP provides connectionless service, whereas TCP does not.
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- Address Resolution Protocol (ARP), KA9Q, Ping, Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP), SNMP, TCP/IP, TCP/IP Suite