Summary

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* Point-to-point links between LANs, hosts, terminals, and routers can provide sufficient connectivity in many application environments.

* PPP is a nonproprietary protocol that is defined by a series of open Internet standards.

* PPP can negotiate link options dynamically and can support multiple Layer 3 protocols.

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Quiz

Use the practice items here to review what you learned in this lesson. The correct answers are found in the Quiz Answer Key.

Q1) Which upper-level protocols are supported by PPP?

C) AppleTalk

D) all of the above

Q2) Which of the following protocols is referred to as a "standards-based protocol"?

A) HDLC

B) SLIP

C) ARA Protocol

Q3) Which field of the PPP frame identifies various Layer 3 protocols?

A)

flag

B)

address

C)

control

D)

protocol

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