Which of the following are examples of the Session Layer?





E.) Token Ring

Which of the following are examples of the Session Layer? A.) TCP B.) LLC C.) SQL D.) NF..

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Answer: C D

Session layer examples include Netbios Names, SQL, NFS, X
Windows, and RPC.

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