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Question
what is difference b/w osi layer and tcp/ip suite?
 Question Submitted By :: SS7
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Answer
# 1
OSI layer are 7 layers and TCI/IP suit is four layer suite
It is making by reduce the osi layer
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    36 Yes 12 No
Dj
 
Answer
# 2
In Tcp/ip suite ,session and presentation layers are are
eliminated as comapred to OSI model
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    38 Yes 16 No
Guest
 
 
 
Answer
# 3
OSI model we have 7 layers
physical layer
data link layer
network layer
transport layer
Session layer
presentation layer
application layer

TCP/ip
Only 4 layer
Network access layer
Internet layer
host to host
Process application layer
 
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Bh
 
Answer
# 4
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1.The OSI model originally distinguishes between
service,interval and protocols.
1.The TCP/IP model doesnt clearly distinguish between
service,interval and protocol.

2.The OSI model is a reference model.
2.The TCP/IP model is an implementation of the OSI model.

3.In OSI model,the protocols came after the model was described.
3.In TCP/TP model,the protocols came first,and the model was
really just a description of the existing protocols.

4.In OSI model,the protocols are better hidden.
4.In TCP/IP model ,the protocols are not hidden.

5.The OSI model has 7 layers.
5.The TCP/IP model has only 4 layers.

6.The OSI model supports both connectionless and
connection-oriented communication in the network layer,but
only connection -oriented communication in transport layer.
6.The TCP/IP model supports both connectionless and
connection-oriented communication in the transport
layer.,giving users the choice.

7.Reliable data transfer.
7.Unsure/unreliable data transfer.

8.OSI was not implimented.
8.TCP/IP was implimented.

9.In OSI Model,the protocol are better hidden.
9.In TCP/IP Model the protocol are not better hidden.

10.OSI is also called called Horizontal Approach.
10.TCP/IP is also called called Vertical Approach.
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    7 Yes 0 No
Lokesh Sharma
 
Answer
# 5
Hello this is vijay.. its right that TCP has 4 layers only
but u know OSI is the extended on, comes after TCP/Ip suite.
this suite was actually came into light after DOD model . It
is responsible as TCP defines from physical to transport
laye only...
 
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Vijay Singh
 
Answer
# 6
HI I M PUSHPESH KR. VERMA ...........
THE BASIC DIFFERENCE B/W TCP/IP AND OSI MODEL IS THAT THE
TCP/IP MODEL DID NOT ORIGIANLLY CLEARLY DISTINGUISH BETWEEN
SERVICE, INTERFACE AND PROTOCOL, ALTHOUGH PEOPLE HAVE TRIED
TO RETROFIT IT AFTER THE FACT TO MAKE IT MORE OSI-LIKE.
THE SECOND ONE IS TCP/IP IS A PROTOCOL WHILE OSI IS A SET
MODEL.
THANKS..............
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    10 Yes 6 No
Pushpesh Kumar Verma
 
Answer
# 7
OSI Model is there to explain about network in more easy
way out to those people who are new to network/networking.
In OSI model network is explained in a manner to get whole
picture of network to understand it in a rough manner but
clearly.
7 layers, devices working in each layer, etc.

TCP/IP suite is for more deep study of network
working,means what rules are getting followed in network by
each and every devices, as explained by Protocols at each
layer.
4-5 layers(depends, many times datalink and physical layers
are shown separatly), layers are explained here with the
help of Protocols(set of some rules to follow).
 
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Shubhangi R M
 
Answer
# 8
tcp\ip offers unseured data transfer with the presence of
udp protocol,,,,,,,,,,,osi does ensures reliable data
transfer.........
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    3 Yes 0 No
Rosy
 
Answer
# 9
osi has 7 layers and tcp/ip has4 layers.in osi protocols
are hiddens when in tcp/ip protocols are show.in osi
protocols are decide later in tcp/ip protocols are fixed on
each layers .
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    5 Yes 3 No
Jaspreet Singh
 
Answer
# 10
TCP/IP Protocol suite

Application Layer
.......................
Transport Layer(TCP/UDP)
........................
IP Layer
.........................
Datalink layer
........................
Physical Layer
...................
 
Is This Answer Correct ?    3 Yes 1 No
Sayimpu
 

 
 
 
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