Ports. Port Numbers. References. Network Models OSI vs. TCP/IP.
This is a list of network protocols, categorized by their nearest Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model layers. This list is not exclusive to only the OSI protocol family. Many of these protocols are originally based on the Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP)...
To run a network OSI ( open systems interconnection) model is just act as guideline created by ISO (International organization for Standardization) .
The official title for the model is the ISO OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) Reference Model since it describes or relates to connecting systems that are open for communication
This is my own understanding regarding Ports: The Ports are defined in the 5th layer of the OSI model which establishes and controls the dialogue between the source and destination.
OSI Model – The Transport Layer. Posted: September 4, 2011 in Theory.
OSI Layers model has seven layers; Application, Presentation, Session, Transport, Network, data link and physical. In this tutorial I will explain these layers in detail with examples.
The Open System Interconnection (OSI) reference model is a framework for defining the conventions and tasks required for network systems to communicate
The OSI Model is an important factor in internetworking because it accounts for the way data is transported from one computer system to another using the internetworking devices, irrespective of the their protocol.
Learner-Question: In video of the osi model, you said that the session layer should provide the source and destination port number but the fields of those ports are at the transport header- my question is how does the session layer put this number on field which does not exist in that time...