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Internet Checksum: Simplified Step-by-Step Calculation Guide

The Internet checksum is used in standard Internet Protocols such as IP, UDP, and TCP. This value is used to verify the integrity of data after transmission across the network. A client includes a checksum value in the segment header such that a receiver can use that value to directly verify data integrity.

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Entrepreneur, programmer, designer, and lifelong learner. Can be found taking notes from Mother Nature when not hammering away at the keyboard.

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