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  • 1. Elective 2 – Windows Server Management
    By: Aaron Angeles
  • 2. OSI Layers
    Network Terms
    Subnets
    Topics
  • 3. Multimedia – OSI Layers
    media2276_1_A_OSI.htm
    OSI
  • 4. 1978
    to define a unifying standard for the architecture of networking systems
    International Telegraph and Telephone Consultative Committee and International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
    Officially rolled out by ISO as Open Systems Interconnection model by 1984.
    OSI Layers
  • 5. OSI Layers
    7 Layers:
    7 - Application
    6 - Presentation
    5 - Session
    4 - Transport
    3 - Network
    2 - Data-Link
    1 - Physical
    “All PeopleSeem To Need Data Processing”
  • 6. Each layer defines networking tasks
    Each layer communicates with the layers above and below it
    Layer 7 provides services for programs to gain access to the network
    Layers 1 & 2 define the network’s physical media and related tasks
    OSI
  • 7. Application Layer ( Layer 7)
    Provides an entrance point for programs (e.g. web browsers, e-mail system) to gain network services
    Represent application programming interfaces (APIs) that developers can use to perform network functions when building applications
    OSI
  • 8. Presentation (Layer 6)
    Translates data between computing systems on a network
    Performs:
    – data encryption
    – data compression
    – data conversion
    OSI
  • 9. Session (Layer 5)
    Enables two application to create a persisten communication connections.
    Ensures that both sender and receiver are ready to communicate
    OSI
  • 10. Transport (Layer 4)
    Ensures packets are delivered in order in which they are sent without loss or duplication.
    On the sending side, this layer is responsible for braking down larger messages into smaller packets for transmission
    On the receiving end, this layer is responsible for reassembling the packets into a single message to pass up to the upper layer
    OSI
  • 11. Network (Layer 3)
    Determines the physical path of the data to be transmitted based on the network conditions, priority of server and other factors.
    The only layer that uses logical networking and can move packets between different networks.
    OSI
  • 12. Data-link (Layer 2)
    Provides error free transfer of data frames from one computer to another over the physical layer. The Media Access Control (MAC) address of the network card exists at this layer that is added to the packet to create a frame.
    OSI
  • 13. Physical Layer (Layer 1)
    Establishes the physical interface and mechanisms for placing a raw stream of data bits on the network cabling.
    OSI
  • 14. TCP/IP in Relation with OSI
    Video
    OSI
  • 15. TCP/IP Protocol Suite
    Is an industry standard suite of protocols that provides communication in a heterogeneous environment.
    Only has four layers:
    Application
    Transport
    Internet
    Network Interface
    OSI
  • 16. OSI
  • 17. TCP/IP in Relation to OSI Model
    OSI
  • 18. Network Terms
  • 19. Hubs
    – operate at the physical layer of the OSI model.
    - Can only perform tasks with the electrical signal on the network
    - regenerate 1s and 0s on network cabling
    - unable to make decisions about where the regenerated signal should be sent.
    - synonymous to a “Repeater”
    - sometimes called as a “Multiport Repeater”
    Network Terms
  • 20. Bridge
    - is a network device that are able to control network traffic based on MAC addresses.
    Switches
    - has the same functionality of a bridge
    - creates a table that lists port location of each computer and direct packets to the destination computer.
    Network Terms
  • 21. Routers
    - operate at the network layer of the OSI model.
    - moves packets from one logical networks to another
    Gateway
    - is a device that converts one protocol to another.
    - can operate at any layer of the OSI Model, depending on which protocol is being converted. (e.g. SNA gateway)
    Network Terms
  • 22. HTTP – Hypertext Transfer Protocol (80)
    - specifies the client/server interaction processes between web browsers and servers
    FTP – File Transfer Protocol (21)
    - Performs file transfer and basic file management task on remote computers
    Network Terms
  • 23. SMTP – Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (25)
    - carries email messages between servers and from client to servers
    DNS – Domain Name System (53)
    - Resolves internet host names to IP addresses for network communications.
    Network Terms
  • 24. POP3 – Post Office Protocol Version 3 (110)
    - used by mail clients for reading emails
    SNMP – Simple Network Management Protocol (161)
    - enables to collect information about network devices such as hubs, routers and bridge.
    Network Terms
  • 25. TCP – Transmission Control Protocol
    - provides connection-oriented reliable communications for applications
    UDP – User Datagram Protocol
    - provides connectionless and unreliable communication.
    Network Terms
  • 26. IP – Internet Protocols
    - addresses and routes packets between hosts and networks.
    ARP – Address Resolution Protocol.
    - obtains hardware address of hosts located on the same physical network
    Network Terms
  • 27. IGMP – Internet Group Management Protocol
    - manages host membership in IP multicast groups
    ICMP – Internet Control Message Protocol
    - Sends messages and reports errors regarding the delivery of a packets.
    Network Terms
  • 28. Subnet Mask
  • 29. Subnet Mask
    - defines the part of an IP address that is the network ID and the part of an IP address that is the host id.
    - composed of four octets, similar to an IP address
    Subnet Mask
  • 30. Video
    Subnetting