The OSI (Open Systems Interconnect
) reference model was formulated by the international telecoms standards body CCITT at the point in the 1980s when it looked as if fragmentation of the industry might stunt its development: the idea was that if the functions of different components explained and their relationships established, then new ways of working would follow.
The Open Systems Interconnect
model, or OSI model, divides up jobs that have to happen for a smooth network experience.
The book begins by examining how the Open Systems Interconnect
(OSI) model interacts with SSH, and how to use the OSI model for troubleshooting network connectivity.
The MOST specification addresses all the layers defined by the International Standards Organization (ISO) in its Open Systems Interconnect
(OSI) reference model:
Based on the 7-layer Open Systems Interconnect
(OSI) model, a standard NIC only provides Ethernet (layer 2) and physical (layer 1) offload.