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  1. TCP
  1. UDP
  1. IGMP
  1. ICMP

I think ICMP can’t correct the error in data and rest three protocols can correct data errors!

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error detection and error correction mostly in transport layer.

So, TCP, UDP will be protocol for this layer.

ICMP and IGMP are protocol of network layer

Ans will be $1)$,$2)$
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Sure about IGMP also? @srestha

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yes,

u can see the protocol in forouzan IP chapter 1st page

SMTP,FTP,TELNET, DNS,SNMP,DHCP------------>APPLICATION LAYER PROTOCOL

 

SCTP,TCP,UDP--------------------->TRANSPORT LAYER PROTOCOL

 

ICMP,IGMP,ARP----------------------->NETWORK LAYER PROTOCOL
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@srestha

Thank you! :)

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