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Connection and Connectionless protocol

By chris ho ·
May l know what the different between a Connection oriented protocol (x.25) and a Connectionless oriented protocol (IP protocol)??

What is their advantage/disadvantages , strenght/weakness??

Thanks.

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Connectionless Protocol is the one in which for any data sent from, say 'A' to 'B', A does not wait for any acknowledgement from B, for the receipt of data. Besides each packet which goes from A to B might take a different path. E.g. UDP
In Connection-Oriented protocol, theres a three way process of session establishment --- data transfer --- session end. There is reliability of data transferred without any duplication of data. E.g TCP
For more details the book by Tanebaum on Computer Networks, or TCP/IP Illustrated by Richard Stevens will help you a lot.

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