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Your colleague at work is confused about the protocols running on the Network Layer of the OSI model and the Network Access Layer of the TCP/IP model and which layer refers to which layer. To help out, how would you explain the difference between the two layers and what protocol operates on each? (Choose two)

Network Layer of the OSI model refers to the Internet Layer of the TCP/IP model; some protocols are Frame Relay, and ATM

Network Access Layer of the TCP/IP model refers to both the Physical Layer and Data Link Layer of the OSI model; some protocols are Frame Relay, and ATM

Both Network Layer and Network Access Layer refers to the Layer 3 of the OSI model and Layer 3 of the TCP/IP model

Network Access Layer of the TCP/IP model refers to the Network Layer of the OSI model; some protocols are Frame Relay, and ATM

Network Layer of the OSI model refers to the Internet Layer of the TCP/IP model; some protocols are EIGRP, OSPF, BGP

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