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Rajesh

By raju.reddy009 ·
TCP is used in which osi layer?

Pls answer this.

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Wow-Repeat after me-"Google is your friend"<nt>

by OnTheRopes In reply to Rajesh
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The answer is here

by Bizzo In reply to Rajesh
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Homework got you down?

by Tig2 In reply to Rajesh

If we tell you the answer, you will not KNOW the answer, you will have been told. Find the information and you will LEARN it. :)

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RTFB

by jdclyde In reply to Rajesh

And if you don't know what that is either, then find a new line of classes to take because you are to stupid and lazy to work in the computer field.

Must be a cisco or MS class. Can't understand why they don't just teach the TCP/IP model, since that is now what EVERYONE uses (thanks Unix!) instead of the stupid osi programming model.

"we don't really used osi, but we teach it because otherwise we would be admitting that Unix had it right....."

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