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Transport layer protocol means a protocol that actualy conveys data by encapsulating it and providing means for securing it or acknowledging it for exemple which is not the case with what icmp does. In addition,it is integrated in every IP layer implementation (wether on end host or networking device) so you can even say it works in conjunction with ip ...


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Configure filters in layer3 devices with specific service ports and check for traffic . We should able to see traffic when Configured filters with specific service ports .


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When a layer has a larger chunk of data that the underlying layer cannot process, it needs to break it down. OSI is a theoretical model but in practice, IP can fragment packets that are too large for the link layer below (IPv6 generally uses Path MTU Discovery for the full connection path). TCP segments data according to the network layer's MTU size, and so ...


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