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Ethernet frame carrying UDP/TCP Datagrams

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A UDP datagram contains 500 bytes of data. How many bytes are needed for the entire Ethernet frame that will carry the UDP datagram? Repeat for TCP datagram with 500 bytes of data

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UDP:
Ethernet frame (6 bytes destination address, 6 bytes: source address, 2 bytes: length/type, 4 bytes: CRC) = 18 bytes
IP header (IPv4) = 20 ...

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Estimating size Ethernet frame when carrying data of the given size for UDP as well as for TCP.

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