Definition: UDP (User Datagram Protocol) is a part of the TCP/IP suite of protocols used for communications on the Internet. It is similar to TCP except that it offers very little error-checking and does not establish a connection with a specific destination. It is most widely used to broadcast a message over a network port to all machines listening.
Also Known As: User Datagram Protocol
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