History of switch relating to OSI Model

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the purpose of switching, relating it to the OSI model

·Cover the history of the switch and define the differences between a hub and a switch

·In project groups, identify what services would be running on each network and why.

oSelect services that the organization would need to run.

oSelect services that the network administrator would need to be able to administer and control the network.

oIdentify key ways of securing these services to prevent the exploitation of your network.

·Have the students present their selections and then ask questions.

What will be graded for the lesson portion?

oSubmit a list of services and how they would secure them. Present these services to the class.

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School: Carnegie Mellon University

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History of switch relating to OSI Model
The full meaning of OSI denotes Open System interconnection. OSI was
established in the tardy 1970s. however, the word open systems denote that
the designations are publicly available to everyone.
Difference between a Hub and a Switch
A hub transfers data to port where it is connected while a switch transfers
data to port where it is addressed.
A hub operates in Layer-1 of OSI which is withal kenned as the physical
layer while a switch operates in Layer-2 which is additionally kenned as data
link or Layer-3 which is withal kenned as the network.
A hub is more frugal than switches and they are available with number of
ports in the range between 4 to 24 while a switch is available with the
number of ports in the range between 4 to 48.
Accommodations running on each network and why
The OSI model is composed of seven layers this include the following;
The lower layers are the physical, data link and the network.
The physical layer-1 offers the following ac...

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