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2: Configuring TCP/IP and Other Protocols
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a new customer making inquiries. Distribution must make sure it relays information to and from both the sales and warehouse layers in the appropriate form. Sales might need to know if the warehouse crew is shorthanded. The warehouse crew probably needs to know if sales are decreasing and fewer laborers will be needed. In the same manner, each layer of the OSI model has specific job duties and functions. By using this layered approach, network communication is broken down into manageable pieces.
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The Seven Layers of the OSI Model
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Within the OSI model, there are seven distinct layers; each defines how a specific piece of the communication process is supposed to occur. Each of these layers has unique functions, data types, and protocols. All data using the OSI model flows vertically up and down the layers, yet each layer only communicates with (or is really aware of) its corresponding (horizontal) layer on the remote computer. This communication between computers can be thought of as logical communication (because the layers on each computer are only concerned with communicating with one another), whereas the process of data flowing up and down the layers can be described as physical communication (because in reality data must be physically communicated between the layers on each computer for it to arrive at its destination). Layer 3 on the transmitting computer is only aware of layer 3 on the receiving computer; layer 2 on the transmitting computer is only aware of layer 2 on the receiving computer and so on. The seven layers of the OSI model are physical, data-link, network, transport, session, presentation, and application. The following illustration shows how the corresponding layers of the OSI model communicate when data is sent over a network.
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Workstation 1 OSI Layers Application Presentation Session Transport Network Data-link Physical
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Layer 7: The Application Layer
The application layer is only concerned with determining the state of communications between two applications. The goal is to determine if the resources are available to initiate communication between two or more hosts as well as find out if participating computers are capable of successful communication. There are a large number of individual protocols and applications operating at layer 7. Even though many of these items provide services on their own, they are more often integrated to provide a feature rich environment for users. One example would be combining Telnet and File Transfer Protocol (FTP) with the intention of enabling remote management and file transfer. Telnet and FTP are described in the following list. All of the following items reside in the application layer of the OSI model.
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
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The content rich portion of the Internet known as the World Wide Web is composed of applications such as Web page server software and protocols such as HTTP. HTTP defines how Web page information is transferred from servers to Web browser software such as Microsoft Internet Explorer. The Web browser s job is to interpret this information and display it to you. This protocol was developed to provide file transfer and management services between networked computers. It is used most often to move files from one computer to another. Although FTP is a protocol, it is also a command-line executable program in Windows XP. In addition to moving files from one place to another, FTP can be used for creating directories, deleting files and directories, and renaming the contents of directories, as well as performing other file management functions. TFTP provides file transfer services similar to FTP, but without the bells and whistles. FTP can browse file structures and perform basic file management, whereas TFTP can only move files. The user or application calling on TFTP must know the exact location and name of the file to be moved ahead of time. In addition, TFTP does not support any higher-level functions such as creating folders or using authentication. This reduced feature set, combined with small packet size, makes TFTP-based communications faster than FTP-based communications.
File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP)
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