How to write your own Open Systems Interconnection Reference Model Form
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Use this form to define the details and interconnections of the seven OSI layers used in your project: Application Layer, Presentation Layer, Session Layer, Transport Layer, Network Layer, Data Link Layer, and Physical Layer.
Document Length: 3 Pages
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OSI Reference Model
The Open Systems Interconnection Reference Model (OSI Reference Model) is provided for this project to describe the flow of data and to illustrate how one layer should interact with another. The table below divides the functions of an application or protocol implemented in the solution into a series of layers. Each layer communicates and exports functionality into the layer above and below itself. The lower layers deal with the physical connections and hardware requirements while the higher layers tend to be implemented within the application and user interaction portion of the solution.
Layer Seven: Application Layer
Layer Six: Presentation Layer
Layer Five: Session Layer
Layer Four: Transport Layer
Layer Three: Network Layer
Layer Two: Data Link Layer
Layer One: Physical Layer
Repeat for each protocol needing a description – or combine all protocols by their layers into a single table per layer.
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