Which field in a TCP header ensures that received data can be processed in the correct order?
- acknowledgment number
- sequence number
The correct answer is 2.
The sequence number field in the TCP header indicates the sequence number of the first octet in the segment; it is used to ensure that the received data is processed in the correct order. The acknowledgement number indicates the sequence number of the first octet that is expected by the receiver (in the next received segment).
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