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osi layers totaly 7 layers
There are various layers if OSI model. The OSI and TCP/IP are two models of networking. The OSI model has 7 layers of networking. Application and Physical layers are the extremes.
The OSI Model has 7 layers. Application Presentation Session Transport Network Data Link Physical
ICMP belongs to layer 3 - the network layer (of the 7 OSI layers)
because this was decided by standard organization. and its not the number of layers that matter's its their functionality that matters.
It tales all 7 layers of the OSI model!
tcp/ip offers unsecured data transfer with the presence of udp protocol. osi does ensures reliable data transfers. security level is higher in the osi model. tcp/ip has 4 layers in it. osi has 7 layers described. aman srivastava-------
The seven layers of the OSI Model are: Physical Layer, Data Link Layer, Network Layer, Transport Layer, Session Layer, Presentation Layer and Application Layer.
osi modal is deovaped by iso company it has 7 layers but ATM modal has a 4 layers osi modal have a physical layer,datalink layer,network layer, trasport layer, session layer, perastion layer, application layer, but
osi stands for open system interneconnections and it is based on international standard organisation. There are seven layers in osi model 7)Application Layer 6)Presentation Layer 5)Session Layer 4)Transport Layer 3)Network Layer 2)Datalink Layer 1)Physical Layer
The TCP/IP model was adopted and condensed into 4 Layers.1. Link layer ( Layer 1and 2 of the OSI model)2. Internet Layer (Layer 3 of the OSI model)3. Transport ( Layer 4, 5 and 6 of the OSI model)4. Application ( Layer 7 of the OSI model)http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TCP/IP_model#Link_Layer
The OSi model has seven layers as follows: 1) Layer 1 - physical 2) Layer 2 - data link 3) Layer 3 - network 4) Layer 4 - transport 5) Layer 5 - session 6) Layer 6 - presentation 7) Layer 7 - application
The OSI model is the foundation of the Networking. For example, without a foundation a house can't exist, therefore, you have to build up foundation first and than you can expand upon your building. Finally, it breaks down into 7 layers and what each does and what functionalities. Amad. Syed r From New York, Queens
OSI stands for open system interconnection. There seven layers in OSI model which are as follows: 1) application 2) presentation 3) session 4) transport 5) network 6) data link 7) phsical
OSI Model, and it consists of 7 layers.1. Application2. Presentation3. Session4. Transport5. Network6. Data-Link7. Physical Layers
Visit this linkbpsharma.in/eLearning/Networking/OSI_Reference_Model.htmThis module introduces you to the 7 layers of OSI model and explains how data is encapsulated for data transmission.After reading this module, you will be able to:Identify reasons why the networking industry uses a layered network model.Name the layers of the OSI model and give their relative position in the stack.Identify the functions of each layer of the OSI reference model.Characterize the differences between data communicated by the lower layers and by the upper layers.Define and explain the steps of data encapsulation and decapsulation.
There are 7 layers in the OSI model which are from top to bottom: application layer / presentation layer / session layer / transportation layer / network layer / data link layer / physical layer
The Open Systems Interconnection model (OSI model), which has 7 layers.
The 7 layers are as follows : 1) Layer 1 - physical 2) Layer 2 - data link 3) Layer 3 - network 4) Layer 4 - transport 5) Layer 5 - session 6) Layer 6 - presentation 7) Layer 7 - application
I am not sure if you are referring to the OSI 7 layer module, it refers to computer networking. go here http://www.webopedia.com/quick_ref/OSI_Layers.asp for more information
Because it was developed that way. Nowadays, layer 2 is sometimes divided into 2 "sub-layers", and the MPLS protocol is considered to be between the layers 2 and 3, and is therefore sometimes called "layer 2.5", but the traditional 7 layers are usually maintained as the "official" layers. We might say this is for historical reasons.
OSI stands for Open Systems Interconnection and was created by ISO, the International Standards Organization.The OSI "reference model" divides particular networked processes into seven different layers:Application (Layer 7)Presentation (Layer 6)Session (Layer 5)Transport (Layer 4)Network (Layer 3)Data-Link (Layer 2) andPhysical (Layer 1)There are at least 2 ways (mnemonics) to help you remember the layers:1. Please Do Not Throw Sausage Pizza Away.2. All People Seem To Need Data Processing.
there are 7 layers in OSI model. 1. Physical 2. Data Link 3. Network 4. Transport 5. Session 6. Presentation 7. Application