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intial information of packey occur on which layer
application
sessions
physical

mine answer physical
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The sequence of packet formation is:
bits(physical layer) -> frames(Data Link) -> packets(Network)

so i guess Jeetu tere answer ko futher explain kia h maine
 
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Given the following output, how can we close Telnet session 2? (Choose two) CCNA2620#show sessions Conn Host Address Idle Conn Name 1 131.108.100.152 131.108.100.152 0 131.108.100.152 *2 126.102.57.63 126.102.57.63 0 126.102.57.63 ❍ A. Press the Enter key and enter exit. ❍ B. Enter disconnect 2. ❍ C. Press the Enter key and enter disconnect 2. ❍ D. Enter close 2.   1
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