A datagram is the fundamental protocol data unit in a packet-oriented data delivery protocol. Typically, a datagram is divided into header and data areas, where the header contains full addressing information (source and destination addresses) with each data unit. Datagrams are most often associated with connectionless network and transport layer services.
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