Reference models - fundamentals of networks, Computer Networking

Reference models

Designing  implementing and  manufacturing  computer  networks  and related  devices  are very  complex  activities. Therefore in order  for this  technology  to be successful  and massively used the manufacture community saw  the need to follow  a series of standards and common  models  allowing interoperability  among  the products  of different  brand  names.

 

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