Computer and Information Networking

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Running head: INFORMATION NETWORKINGComputer and Information Networking[Name of Student][Name of University]
1INFORMATION NETWORKINGTable of Contents1. Explain the layers of the OSI, TCP/IP, and the Internet models in details, and elaborate ontheir similarities and differences......................................................................................................22. Explain the concept of Capsulation/De-capsulation....................................................................33. Explain TCP/IP and UDP, their differences, and applications....................................................44. Explain hub, active hub, switch, and routers and their purposes and similarities or differences55. List all network guided mediums................................................................................................66. Explain the difference between wire and fiber optic and advantages and disadvantages of both.........................................................................................................................................................7References........................................................................................................................................9
2INFORMATION NETWORKING1. Explain the layers of the OSI, TCP/IP, and the Internet models in details,and elaborate on their similarities and differencesThe different layers of OSI model include the application layer, presentation layer,session layer, transport layer, network layer, data-link layer and the physical layer.The different layers of TCP/IP model include application layer, transport layer, internetlayer and network access layer (Alani, 2014).The OSI model has seven distinctive layer while TCP / IP has four distinctive layer. Thetransport layer and internet layer are same for both the model. While the application layer ofTCP/IP layer represents the application layer, presentation layer and session layer together inOSI model. In addition to that, the network access layer in TCP /IP layer represents the data linklayer and physical layer together in the OSI model.
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