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without disturbing (or even notifying) other layers. Each process can only contain certain information desired
for his partner. This information is not sent upwards to the top layer.

Now consider a more technical example: how to provide communication to the top layer of a five-layer network
A message, M, is generated by an application process running in layer 5 and delivered to layer 4.
transmission IN THE NETWORK.

Layer 4 places a header in front of the message to identify the message and passes the result
Layer 3. The header contains control information, such as the sequence number, to allow layer 4 at the destination
Machine to deliver the messages in the correct order if the lower layers do not maintain the sequence. in some layers.

Headers can also contain size, time, and other control fields. In many networks, the layer 4 protocol has no limit on the size of the transmitted messages, but is approximately
Always a limit imposed by layer 3 protocols. As a result, layer 3 must break incoming messages
Smaller units, packets, creating a layer 3 header for each packet NOW.

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