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Difference Between TCP/IP and OSI

tusharlehry

Registered Member
Hi can anybody plz help me whats the difference between TCP/IP and OSI in networking....Im only know that TCP/IP means transmission control protocol and OSI means open system interconnection but i dont know the proper difference between TCP/IP and OSI...........
 

PentaCube

Registered Member
your from india! you should know this :lol:! Seriously though, from what I remember OSI was the set of protocols some tried to make the standard way back in...before I was born, and TCP/IP is a set of protocols that actually WORKED.
 

tusharlehry

Registered Member
i know the TCP/IP and OSI means there are some set of protocols used for
networking but i want the proper difference between Tcp and Osi means which is connection oriented and connection less.....and i also know how many layers used
for TCP and OSI....
 
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