Connectionless Transport Protocol

   Abbreviated CLTP. An Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) protocol that provides end-to-end transport data addressing and error correction, but does not guarantee delivery or provide any flow control. CLTP is the OSI equivalent of UDP.

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