TCP and UDP Technology

One of the core and must used protocol for transmission in 4th layer “Transport Layer” of OSI Module. Both of them have their own different important. TCP is Connection Oriented and UDP is connection less. In fact controlling the data or message on the web it plays very important role, so that the working of Transmission process will continue whether online or offline.  It will more clear for you while you see the difference of those commonly used Protocol.



  1. It is connection oriented Protocol which will manage their Work after connection only.
It is connection less Protocol. No connection is needed to Transfer the Data or message.
  1. It will Guaranteed that your data or message are arrived to the destination.  It Correct Errors and Flow Control
It will not Guaranteed your data to be arrived, even some time it will lost on the way and you will unaware about it, do not correct Error.
  1. Mainly used for Securing and sending the important data.
Not to use for Important Data like Database .
  1. TCP is Mainly Suitable for application that requires high and effective reliability.
UDP is used and very suitable for the application which needs fast delivery like online Games Live streaming Video etc.
  1. The speed of Tcp is slow.
It is fast because no error can be checked.
  1. Protocol Used By: HTTPs, HTTP, SMTP, FTP
Protocol Used By: DHCP, DNS, Live Streaming, RIP, VOIP.


However, you cannot simply imagine the internet without this protocol, for Connection over internet and to Surf the file and Data through internet this protocol really plays the vital role than any of the protocol used in internet. For back to back or hand to hand connection TCP and UDP have best Practice in the Field of Networking which is the Core term in the Present era of Technology.


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