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Random Network+ Question #4

Discussion in 'Network+' started by tripwire45, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. tripwire45
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    tripwire45 Zettabyte Poster

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    This is a match the letters to the numbers task involving the OSI Reference Model. The OSI Model is a "must" to know for the Network+ exam so you really need to know it forwards and backwards. Match the OSI layer names represented by the letters with the protocols & services represented by the numbers. More than one number may apply to a letter. Good luck. Answers later:

    A. Application
    B. Presentation
    C. Session
    D. Transport
    E. Network
    F. Data Link
    G. Physical

    1. TIFF
    2. 802.3
    3. SPX
    4. UDP
    5. RIP
    6. SCP
    7. ASCII
    8. LLC
    9. SQL
    10. NCP
    11. Token Ring
    12. BootP
     
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  2. cazzam35

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    I'm going to have a bash, hopefully get some right here, big
    trouble if i'm way wrong, I doing my exam shortly.....lol

    A. Application 10
    B. Presentation 10
    C. Session 9
    D. Transport 4+5+3
    E. Network 5
    F. Data Link 11+8
    G. Physical 2+11

    1. TIFF
    2. 802.3
    3. SPX
    4. UDP
    5. RIP
    6. SCP
    7. ASCII
    8. LLC
    9. SQL
    10. NCP
    11. Token Ring
    12. BootP
     
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  3. punkboy101
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    punkboy101 Back from the wilderness

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    Wow, time to rack the brain lol

    used to know everything to do with OSI off by heart, but the knowledge had slipped lol

    ok, here goes.


    A. Application 10 12
    B. Presentation 1 7
    C. Session 6 9
    D. Transport 3 4
    E. Network 5
    F. Data Link 8
    G. Physical 2 11


    Think I've got it all lol.
     
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  4. tripwire45
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    tripwire45 Zettabyte Poster

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    This one wasn't easy (as evidenced by the lack of responses). Kudos to those who did answer. Correct answers as follows:

    A. Application: 10
    B. Presentation: 1, 7
    C. Session: 6, 9
    D. Transport: 3, 4
    E. Network: 5, 12
    F. Data Link: 8
    G. Physical: 2, 11

    See you next time.
     
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  5. Phoenix
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    Phoenix 53656e696f7220 4d6f64

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    Ok, im gonna risk embarrasment here and post my confusion
    fair enough it has been a while since i activley studied the OSI model, but I like to think my concepts are still ok

    I was sure that Ethernet (802.3) and Token Ring (802.5) are at the Data link layer and NOT the physical layer, numerous reasons help to define this, firstly, the term MAC and Ethernet address are interchangable (MAC being a sub layer of the Datalink layer), secondly, Ethernet uses FRAMES, the encapsulated name of data at the data link layer (physical is 'bits'), thirdly the diverse media ethernet can be run over, leading it to be media independant, what the OSI was indended for

    Examples of Physical layer items would be
    UTP, STP, Serial Cables, Fiber et all, as far as I am aware :/

    Please feel free to correct me if i got a wire crossed, or woke up on the dumb side of the bed this morning
     
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  6. tripwire45
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    tripwire45 Zettabyte Poster

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  7. Phoenix
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    Phoenix 53656e696f7220 4d6f64

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    Lol trip, no apologies needed mate, was just trying to work out if I had gone mad or not!
     
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  8. cazzam35

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    Quite pleased with myself on that one really, need to brush up
    a bit more though.
     
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