What is Authentication header (AH) protocol? - Networking

What is Authentication header (AH) protocol?

Data origin authentication, data integrity and replay protection are provided by the Authentication Header protocol. Data confidentiality is not provided by Authentication Header. Data integrity with checksum which is a message authentication code is ensured by AH protocol. A secrete shared key is included by AH protocol for the purpose of ensuring data origin authentication. AH protocol uses a sequence number field for ensuring replays protection, within the header of AH protocol.
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