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I believe that the protocols at the lower levels work with HTTP to ensure you can successfully surf the Web by: First typing in a web address in a Web browser. The Web browser then uses something called Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTP) which is an Application layer protocol. Now, behind the scenes the web browser gathers the IP address of the URL you typed for example, , using a process called Domain Name System (DNS) which is also anApplication layer protocol. Your browser now creates a HTTP packet that says, "Hey I want to GET the web page from Mibridges server" (Kb, 2014). The browser then gives the HTTP packet