In a small office, a document sent from a computer to the network printer pauses momentarily before continuing to print. Which networking principle explains this temporary halt in data transmission?
The wireless network is changing radio frequencies to avoid interference, leading to a pause.
Data packets are processed and forwarded by networking devices, causing occasional pauses.
The printer's ink levels are low, leading to a lapse in document printing.
A user on the network is downloading large files, monopolizing bandwidth and causing a delay.
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