Handshaking

The handshaking service provides a mechanism where end systems can negotiate certain parameters, such as link speed, that will be used during data transfer. For example, the WAN Point -to-Point Protocol (PPP) can negotiate which layer 3 protocols it can carry, like IP or IPX. This handshaking, or negotiation, is done at the start of the communication session. If the session or any similar session terminates and reestablishes, the same parameters that were originally negotiated will need to be renegotiated.

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