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  • Which OSI layer defines the standards for cabling and connectors?


  • Options
  • A. Layer 1
  • B. Layer 4
  • C. Layer 7
  • D. Layer 3

  • Correct Answer
  • Layer 1 

    Explanation

    OSI layer 1 defines the standards for cabling and connectors.

  • Tags: Network Engineer
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