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An Ethernet frame refers to a series of data with the information required to give and
deliver data. In several networking models, the structure is often defined in the data link layer.
The ethernet frame contains three parts; the header, the encapsulated data and the ethernet trailer.
The ethernet header consists of a type, destination and source, while the encapsulated data
contains the pad and the data. The header has several fields attached, with each lot being of a
specific length and different functioning. The areas in the ethernet frame include; Preamble,
Destination, sources and type. All these fields work together through their coordination and give
the required standards for their performances.
Data encapsulation refers to adding extra information to data items; hence, some system
features are added. The data transmission during encapsulation passes through several layers
with various models using OSI or IP/TCP models in networking. Information is encapsulated in
the senders' side and often added to either the header or footer, starting from the application to
the physical layers (Milanesi, 20...