Same-Layer and Adjacent-Layer Interactions

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CCENT 1.The TCP/IP and OSI Networking Models Note on Same-Layer and Adjacent-Layer Interactions, created by jce299792458 on 05/10/2013.
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Same-layer interaction on different computers

The two computers use a protocol (an agreed-to set of rules) to communicate with the same layer on another computer. The protocol defined by each layer uses a header that is transmitted between the computers to communicate what each computer wants to do. Header information added by a layer of the sending computer is processed by the same layer of the receiving computer.

Adjacent-layer interaction on the same computer

On a single computer, one layer provides a service to a higher layer. The software or hardware that implements the higher layer requests that the next lower layer perform the needed function.

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