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Protocols & Hardware

I am building a project for my Networking Essentials class on the OSI layers.  I am looking for a table that will show me the OSI layers with related protocols and hardware for each layer. This would be a great help.  The book I have has the wrong info in the table.
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mad3654
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apaduaCommented:
In the Book "Networking Essentials" by Microsoft Press, you'll find a nice table on page 171.

If you're looking for other pictures, here's a great one:

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/cisintwk/ito_doc/osi_prot.htm

Good luck,

Andre
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cujaviaCommented:
Yet another cisco site has it all you are looking for. Good luck in your project.

http://www.cisco.com/cpress/cc/td/cpress/fund/ith/ith01gb.htm
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apaduaCommented:
Cujavia,

I see you are reasonably new to the site. It is customary that we answer all questions as comments. Then, if the Asker likes your answer, he'll click on Accept this comment as an Answer.

That way, you don't lock the question to all others who may have good answers.

Thanks.
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cujaviaCommented:
cujavia changed the proposed answer to a comment
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apaduaCommented:
Thanks :)
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cujaviaCommented:
You're welcome, Apadua.
I made a mistake, it should had been a comment, not an answer. Xks for pointing it out to me.
But if I had a fully explicit answer, I see nothing wrong with making it into a proposed answer.
There is one problem with EE, people asking questions are not accepting or rejecting answers promptly.
Cujavia ;)
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blueforceCommented:
OSI LAYER            protocol
=========           ==============
application =  apple talk, NFS

presentation = SMB, NCP

session =  NCP, Telnet

transport = TCP, UDP, NetBEUI, SPX

network = IPX, IP

data link = Ethernet, Token Ring          

physical = UTP, STP, Thinnet, Thicknet, AUI, NIC, fiber optic, etc...
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mad3654Author Commented:
Thanks, just what I was looking for.
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