|UDP is connectionless. It could be that if you set up your network commonly it would do that. UDP can be blocked by many things.\|
5.4 The Transport Layer
There are two primary transport layer protocols: Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and User Datagram Protocol (UDP). They provide end-to-end communication services for applications.
This is a minimal service over IP, adding only optional checksumming of data and multiplexing by port number. UDP is often used by applications that need multicast or broadcast delivery, services not offered by TCP. Like IP, UDP is connectionless and works with datagrams.
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