What is LCP (Link Control Protocol)?

The LCP protocol examines the identity of the linked device and either acknowledges or dismisses the device. It decides the packet size for transmission. LCP searches for errors in configuration. It can end the connection if necessities surpass the boundaries. Link Control Protocol (LCP) is the component of Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) network communication. It is answerable for controlling the PPP links for PPP suite protocols’ activity. It is executed at the Data Link Layer in the OSI mode.