internet layer protocol

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Interior Gateway Routing Protocol
Internet Layer Protocol
Routing
which protocol work at the internet layer and is responsible for makeing routing decisions
ASKED: August 14, 2009  2:52 PM
UPDATED: August 27, 2009  8:35 PM

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  • Danial
    yes i think he is right its better to u read in your book or notes
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    Bhupendra, you missed the question entirely and wiped out the previous answer. Please do not remove any previous answers. Add yours as content to the existing answer or add to the discussion below. Routing is handled at layer 3 (network) in the OSI model and layer 2 (internet) in the internet protocol model. routing protocols at this layer include: RIP, OSPF, BGP, EIGP.
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