You want to transfer a document from one computer to another, and you want the document to be encrypted. The destination computer is on another network, so you know data has to travel through one or more routers. The network technology on your network is Ethernet, but the technology on the destination network is Wi-Fi. From what you have learned about networking, should this document transfer work? Why or why not? Which layers of the OSI model are involved in the italicized parts of this description?
Ethernet is a family of wired computer networking technologies commonly used in local area networks (LAN), metropolitan area networks (MAN) and wide area networks (WAN).
Indeed, the exchange should work.
The switches know the course among networks, and a WAP will deal with the change from ethernet to remote. The encryption happens higher up in the stack and isn't engaged with getting the information from point a to point b.
The stressed parts didn't come through, nonetheless...
WAP works at Layer 1
Switches work at Layer 3
Encryption happens at a more elevated level, however it's been excessively since a long time ago I examined this to recall the specific Layer, yet I think its Layer 6.