At which layer of the OSI model would a logical address be added during encapsulation?
- network layer
- transport layer
- physical layer
- data link layer
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Love to answer this as i am network engineer. The correct answer for your question is the first option, which is network layer.
Logical addresses, also known as IP addresses, are added to the network layer. The physical address is inserted into the data link layer. Port addresses are added at the transport layer. No addresses are added to the physical layer.
The logical addresses, which is also known as IP addresses, are encapsulated at the network layer.
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the OSI model would a logical address to be added during encapsulation at the third layer (layer 3 of the OSI model) which is the network layer .
The answer is: Network layer
In addition, here are the basic functionalities of the network layer: