OSI trasmition of data

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In the Open System Interconnection Is there any instance where data does not use all layers and the data is received at its destination?

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ASKED: November 1, 2009  9:11 PM
UPDATED: August 30, 2013  5:09 PM

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Now way this is not going to happen, a data will follow its path starting from Application layer to physical layer. You asking todrive a car from source to destination with out using any roads.

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  • Cecirober1
    Some traffic does stay at lower levels in the OSI model. ARP and ping (ICMP) are a couple that come to mind that do not go above layer 2 or 3.
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    [...] OSI trasmition of data [...]
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  • knowledge2013
    is software

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