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The physical layer i s th e onl y l a yer that is co nnected to th e transmi ssio n med ia. The appl icat ion la yer provi des services for the end users. User datagrams are created at the tran sport laye r.
The da ta-lin k layer is responsible for handling frames between adjacent nod es. The physical layer is respo nsibl e for tran sformi ng bi ts to elect rom a gn et ic signals.
There should be an upper- layer identifier in the header of th e IP p ro tocol t o defi ne to which u pper- layer prot ocol t h e encapsul a t e d packet b e long s. The iden tifier i s call ed t he protoco l fiel d See Figu re The fol low ing sho w s t he situat ion. If we thi nk abo ut mu lti plex ing as m any-to- one and d e mu lti plexi ng as one-to-man y, we hav e dem ult ipl ex ing at t he sou rce nod e an d mul tip lexi ng at the desti natio n nod e in t he datalink l a yer.
Howev e r, some pu ri st s call th ese two inverse m ult ipl exing and inverse demultiplexing. P 0.
Every time any packet at any layer is encapsulated inside another packet at the same layer, we can t hin k o f this as a n e w l a yer bein g ad ded under t hat layer. The fol lowi ng show s th e n e w su ite. P 2. The foll owi ng shows the posit ion of t he p resent at ion lay e r.
The new layer i s at the sam e posit ion as th e p resent a tion layer in th e OSI mo del if we ig nore the sessi on layer. P 3.
The on ly t w o layers that need t o be changed are t he dat a -li nk layer and the phy sical layer. The n e w hard ware and soft ware need to b e i nstall ed i n all host, ro uters, and l ink -lay er swit ches.
A s l ong as th e new dat a -li nk lay e r can encap - sulat e and d e cap s ulate d a tagrams from th e netw ork layer, there is no need t o change any protocol in the upper three la yers. This is one of the characteristics of t h e p ro tocol l a yeri ng. P 4. The reason fo r hav ing sev e ral p rot ocol s in a l ay e r i s t o provi de di ff erent ser- vices to t h e upper-lay e r protoco ls. When we write an application program, we need to first defi ne wh ich transpo rt- layer protoco l is sup posed t o giv e ser- vices t o thi s appli catio n program.