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Layer 3), one of whom speaks Urdu and English and one of whom speaks Chinese and French. since they have
There is no common language, each of them engages a translator (peer processes at layer 2), each of whom in turn interacts with.

A secretary (peer processes in layer 1). Philosopher 1 Oryctolagus wants to express his affection for cuniculus
His companion To do this, he sends a message (in English) to his translator on the 2/3 interface, saying “I like
Rabbit translators have agreed on a neutral language known to both of them.

Dutch, so the message changes to “Ik vind königen luke”. The choice of language is a layer 2 protocol and
Layer 2 is up to peer processes. The translator then sends the message to a secretary, for example, fax (Layer 1 protocol).

When the message arrives, it is translated into French and passed to Philosopher 2 in the 2/3 interface.
Note that unless the interfaces are changed, each protocol is completely independent of the other.
Translators can say from Dutch, Finnish, at will, provided they both agree, and neither changes
Its interface is with either layer 1 or layer 3. Similarly, secretaries can switch from fax to e-mail or telephone.

 

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