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Answer / ranjit singh
networks are layered so that it can be differentiated that
how the data is being organized and deorganized during the
transfer and how the work is being accompolished by the
whole osi model.....
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Answer / chia tata
- To create standards (Network equipment manufacturers
manufacture the equipments based on approved standards to
allow equipment from different manufacturers to communicate
- For learning purpose (Easy to understand traffic flow
across the network in a layered approach)
- To give room for specialization (Research groups
specializing in specific areas of interest)
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Answer / shilpa
In order to maintain quality of service and error control
functions, since the network layer is responsible for end
to end(source to destination) packet delivery.
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Answer / m meenakshisundaram
Because, It all requires a standardization (i.e a
structured set of procedures). All ventors should followup
this standard so that all ventor devices can be
Pls correct me if it is wrong
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