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This sounds worse than it is, as UDP is very useful for applications such as streaming media where data loss is preferable to the delays incurred by retransmissions of lost packets, or in situations where error checking can be done more effectively by an upper layer application. The Application Layer The TCP/IP Model’s Application Layer defines services used by software running on the endpoint. When applications need access to the underlying network, this layer processes their requests by converting them to a network-transportable format.

So while the OSI never really took off in a productized sense, the OSI Model remains a vital and valuable tool used every day by people around the world for teaching networking concepts and describing troubleshooting and design issues. The TCP/IP Model, being the underpinnings of nearly every communications device in use today, is worth some attention, too. Model Behavior 9 Model Behavior Before delving into the specifics of either model, let’s run through a couple of concepts key to understanding how models work.

You’ll get 0000, Bob gets 0001, Paul gets 0002, and Sharon gets 0003. This works well, for a while. Soon you have ten active users in your under-the-table network, and you start to feel the strain. Your users complain that it’s hard to remember who’s who, and Bob’s been complaining that he hasn’t gotten a single cat picture since you replaced his computer a few days prior. He thinks the rest of you are ignoring him. The solution to Bob’s problem hits you right away—when you replaced his computer, he got a new card from the pile.

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