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IP header field for Protocol





akshar
As per my knowledge an IP packet ha got a header which contains a field for protocol name.

However certain protocols above Transport layer directly use IP packets by bypassing all TCP UDP or SCTP.

E.g. protocol is OSPF

So please tell what the header field will contain under such cercumstances?
akshar
should i assume that there are no networking experts on frihost forums?
Or is it that my question is not so clear?
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