What are two characteristics shared by TCP and UDP? (Choose two.)
- ability to to carry digitized voice
- 3-way handshake
- default window size
- connectionless communication
- port numbering
- use of checksum
Both TCP and UDP use source and destination port numbers to distinguish different data streams and to forward the right data segments to the right applications. Error checking the header and data is done by both protocols by using a checksum calculation to determine the integrity of the data that is received. TCP is connection-oriented and uses a 3-way handshake to establish an initial connection. TCP also uses window to regulate the amount of traffic sent before receiving an acknowledgment. UDP is connectionless and is the best protocol for carry digitized VoIP signals.