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    Default OSI Layers and their associated Protocols

    https://supportforums.cisco.com/t5/g...l/td-p/2167494

    These are very hard to memorize unless you have worked on these before and learn from the experience. However, I found this very helpful table, but it's actually for Cisco Support. Not for Security+ exam. Anyone knows a good site with the similar table, but less Protocols? Thanks.
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    Use a mnemonic to learn this, like:

    Please Do Not Throw Sausage Pizza Away

    Or in reverse:

    All People Seem To Need Data Processing

    That makes it easier to list the layers in order. Then you just have to learn the protocols. It worked for me!
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    If you understand what each layer does then it’s actually not that difficult. I would look back at the explanations for each layer and then the protocols should make more sense.
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    Or straight from the book: Please Do Not Tell Sales People Anything.
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    The link above, provided by coldbug redirects you to wierd marketing site. Dont click on the link and dont trust to anything this guy said.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brobo View Post
    The link above, provided by coldbug redirects you to wierd marketing site. Dont click on the link and dont trust to anything this guy said.
    I clicked on it the other day and was taken to a page with info on OSI. No marketing BS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tedjames View Post
    I clicked on it the other day and was taken to a page with info on OSI. No marketing BS.
    Same....but brobo also has 1 post...typical internet spam *****.
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    Thank u for this,
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    I ran across this OSI model mnemonics in a Pen Test book the other day, LOL!

    Please Do Not Teach Stupid People Acronyms
    2018 goals -> PenTest+ Beta (awaiting results), CCNA CyberOps (DQ'd), Linux+ 103 (Aug), Linux+ 104 (Oct), CEH (Dec).
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