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intial information of packey occur on which layer

mine answer physical
 Question Submitted By :: Jitendera Kumar Sinha
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  Re: 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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Other CCNA Interview Questions
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Which three statements about common elements of the TCP/IP protocol stack are true? (Choose three) A. IP provides connectionless service and routing capabilities B. APP enables devices to locate the IP address of local devices C. UDP provides simple connectionless service without windowing or acknowledgments D. ICMP provides connection oriented management data to routers and Layer 3 switches E. TCP enables devices to send large quantities of data using windowing in a connection oriented manner   2
Which EXEC command displays system hardwarde configuration information software version and the names and sources of configuration files and boot images on a router? A. show boot B. show flash C. show config D. show version   1
Novell NetWare has an Ethernet frame type called Ethernet_SNAP. What is the matching Cisco command line keyword for this encapsulation method? A.) arpa B.) sap C.) snap D.) gns E.) dix F.) novell-ether   1
Identify 3 methods not used to prevent routing loops? A.) Holddown timers B.) Sequence numbers C.) Triggered updates D.) Split horizon E.) Area hierarchies F.) Order of router startup   2
Identify the OSI layer responsible for end-to-end connections? A.) Network B.) Transport C.) Session D.) Data link E.) TCP   4
Station A is transmitting data to station B faster that station B can handle it. When station B's buffer fills up, it send out a message to station A to stop sending data. After B empties out its buffer, station B sends a message to station A to start sending data again. This is most directly an example of (pick the best answer only): A.) Poison Reverse B.) Connectionless protocol C.) Windowing D.) Connection oriented protocol E.) Flow Control F.) Split Horizon   1
what is the high order bit in class a 1 11 110 10 mine answer 1   2
CSMA/CD stand for which of the following? A.) Carrier Sense, Multiple Access with Collision Detection B.) Collision Sense, Multiple Access with Collision Detection C.) Collision Sense, Multiple Access with Carrier Detection D.) Carrier Sense, MAC address with Collision Detection   1
What is public and private ip address., explain? and also explain the ip address range of both public and private? and where we use that public and private ip address?   13
Identify the 3 Internet layer IP protocols? A.) NetBios B.) IPX C.) ARP D.) IP E.) RARP   3
1 what is the number of telnet session in the cisco router a 1 b 2 c 3 d 4 e 5   4
Which of the following provide correct information about a protocol at the transport layer of the OSI model? A.) UDP - Provides Connectionless datagrams service B.) TCP - Provides Connection Oriented Services C.) SMTP - Provides Mail Exchange D.) IP - Route determination E.) TCP - Provides Flow Control and Error Checking F.) FTP - Transfers of Files   2
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