In the previous post, “What is the Internet?”, I discussed the need for a layered architecture model (TCP/IP) that describes the inner workings of the Internet. In this post, I’ll look at another model called the OSI model and why & where you should use it.
The internet is an INTERconnected NETwork. It uses a functional framework called TCP/IP to describe its inner workings and how devices around the world can communicate with each other. In this article, I’ll briefly discuss the genesis of this vast network and show you how the TCP/IP stack enables you to read this text from…