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Computer Networks

A computer  networks  can be defined as set of computer that  interact  among  the individual  computers sharing  resources or information. Reference models have been  establish the  functions  of certain layers in the network for  proper performance. The followings  section introduce two reference models the open system interconnection (OSI)model established by the international Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the  transmission control  protocol. Internet Protocol ( TCP / IP) model.

 

 

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