Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) keeps track of different information about each connection. TCP set up a complex data structure known as Transmission Control Block (TCB) to do this, which maintains information about the local and remote socket numbers, the send and receive buffers, security and priority values, and the current segment in the queue. The Transmission Control Block (TCB) also manages send and receive sequence numbers.
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