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We do not use OSI right now. We use TCP/IP.
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uhh cant u get this in just about any networking book?? in several chapters?
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We do not use OSI right now. We use TCP/IP.

exactly

OSI was/is a good idea but it just didnt catch on
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We do not use OSI right now. We use TCP/IP.
When TCP/IP was being developed, they made sure that it maintained compatibility with the OSI Model. The OSI Model is a standard, a way of laying down rules for any potential new developments in networking to follow.
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We do not use OSI right now. We use TCP/IP.
Umm....yes we do...it's a MODEL, not a protocal.
 
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Umm....yes we do...it's a MODEL, not a protocal.
No, we don't. A "MODEL" is just a design. The TCP/IP model is what we use currently. The OSI model is just a better way of doing it but the infrastructure is already in place for TCP/IP so right now, that's what we use.

I mean I guess you could say that we use it but 90% of people will refer to the TCP/IP method first. Why troubleshoot a network problem using OSI when the network is TCP/IP?

It's the same thing. The OSI model just uses more steps to show the process better.
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My way is this:

All
People
Seem
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Need
Data
Processing

thats the same way I learned in CCNA and CCNP also please do not throw sausage pizza away going up =]
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No, we don't. A "MODEL" is just a design. The TCP/IP model is what we use currently. The OSI model is just a better way of doing it but the infrastructure is already in place for TCP/IP so right now, that's what we use.
better.
don't mean to nitpick but tcp/ip is actually a protocol stack, based on the OSI reference model.
and anyone who thinks we don't use the OSI model simply is uninformed. the OSI model is the backbone of the internet as we know it along with the various off shoots used by cisco and nortel
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No, we don't. A "MODEL" is just a design. The TCP/IP model is what we use currently. The OSI model is just a better way of doing it but the infrastructure is already in place for TCP/IP so right now, that's what we use.

I mean I guess you could say that we use it but 90% of people will refer to the TCP/IP method first. Why troubleshoot a network problem using OSI when the network is TCP/IP?

It's the same thing. The OSI model just uses more steps to show the process better.
Then please explain packet encapsulation.

And BTW, TCP/IP is NOT a model.
 
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don't mean to nitpick but tcp/ip is actually a protocol stack, based on the OSI reference model.
and anyone who thinks we don't use the OSI model simply is uninformed. the OSI model is the backbone of the internet as we know it along with the various off shoots used by cisco and nortel
Well I'm not going to argue because it's been awhile since I've been into this. I took CCNA Level 1 in grade 11 and the teacher taught me exactly what I said above. I wouldn't be surprised if it's wrong.

Krunk FYI you're in college for what I did in high school. PZ. lol
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