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Without any further ado, I'll present the layers of the full-blown model. Remember this for network class exams:

Data Link

The Physical Layer is the hardware (serial, Ethernet, etc.). The Application Layer is just about as far from the physical layer as you can imagine—it's the place where users interact with the network.

Now, this model is so general you could probably use it as an automobile repair guide if you really wanted to. A layered model more consistent with Unix might be:

Application Layer (telnet, ftp, etc.)
Host-to-Host Transport Layer (TCP, UDP)
Internet Layer (IP and routing)
Network Access Layer (Ethernet, wi-fi, or whatever)
osi  unix  from notes
march 2012 by dza
Cisco - Accessing the WAN - 2.2.2 PPP Layered Architecture #1
A layered architecture is a logical model, design, or blueprint that aids in communication between interconnecting layers. The figure maps the layered architecture of PPP against the Open System Interconnection (OSI) model. PPP and OSI share the same Physical layer, but PPP distributes the functions of LCP and NCP differently.

At the Physical layer, you can configure PPP on a range of interfaces, including:

Asynchronous serial
Synchronous serial
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january 2011 by dza
Debian Linux Networking and Network Tutorial On How To Set up A Linux Network
A long in-depth guide of setting up a Linux network as well as a few Windows tips also, the guide is great for a basic understanding of a network and is well-written, interesting read.
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september 2008 by dza
Warriors of the Net
A funny 3D animation movie about how the Internet and networks work. Used in Cisco Academy as well. there is one outright error in the video. About 5 minutes in, the statement is made "What happens when Mr. IP doesn't receive an acknowledgement, he simply sends a replacement packet." As you will find out in later chapters, this is not a function of the Layer 3 Internet Protocol, which is an "unreliable", best effort delivery protocol, but rather a function of the Transport Layer TCP Protocol.
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september 2008 by dza

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