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    The OSI model is not obsolete, and yes you should know it.
    We live in the world of TCP/IP remember?
    IS-IS FTW!
    Yeah the ignorance is mind-blowing. TCP/IP may be the most popular protocol but there are dozens of other protocols still in use, and having a common standard to map them against is important.

    P.S. scheistermeister, I like the new avatar.
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    P.S. scheistermeister, I like the new avatar.
    Your Too Legit gave me the idea
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    Your Too Legit gave me the idea
    Yeah, sorry about that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TryPingingTheServer
    Quote Originally Posted by dtlokee
    The OSI model is not obsolete, and yes you should know it.
    We live in the world of TCP/IP remember?
    I'm not. I'm currently in the world of FCP to see whether we should go FCoE. We've got a fairly sizeable FC-SW SAN at the moment but somebody up high has heard of FCoE so now I've got to go look at that even though its not even ready.

    At the end of the day, the proposal will be shot down because the price of all the gear. Ah well. Back to FC-SW
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    I'm not. I'm currently in the world of FCP to see whether we should go FCoE. We've got a fairly sizeable FC-SW SAN at the moment but somebody up high has heard of FCoE so now I've got to go look at that even though its not even ready.

    At the end of the day, the proposal will be shot down because the price of all the gear. Ah well. Back to FC-SW
    Ah yes, you're experiencing this problem.

    The draft of FCoE isn't even due until this month. What does he want you to use for hardware? I mean Emulex/QLogic and Cisco have demonstrated it as working against the Nexus 5000, but it's not like the configurations with those HBAs/switches are generally available, let alone supported by anyone. Even Brocade has only committed to FCoE "by the end of the year".

    Talk about being an early adopter (and on one of your most critical components in the data center). I love CIOs like this.

    P.S. Just curious, how many nodes on your switched fabric?
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    Quote Originally Posted by astorrs
    Ah yes, you're experiencing this problem
    Pretty much. Its time to get worried when you see glossy trade magazines appearing on the desk

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    What does he want you to use for hardware? I mean Emulex/QLogic and Cisco have demonstrated it as working against the Nexus 5000
    I'd love to have a Nexus to play with but yeah... not gonna happen!

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    P.S. Just curious, how many nodes on your switched fabric?
    Just over 100. Its an IBM shop which means IBM DS arrays, nSeries branded NetApps, TSM libraries, iSeries running a combination of legacy AS/400 systems and newer backends, pSeries running the front ends and xSeries running some standalone Windows services + ESX. Just replacing the directors would cost a fortune.

    IBM need to get a bit more colour in their gear. The only thing I'm missing a zSeries

    Gah. You can really date when I started messing around with IBM gear by what I call them.
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    IBM need to get a bit more colour in their gear.
    Yeah, what's it like working in a dark black data center.

    Quote Originally Posted by tiersten
    The only thing I'm missing a zSeries
    Good luck! They start at a little over a million each...

    We just dropped $500K on a pair of i570's to replace some older iSeries boxes - and they'll always be AS/400's to me too. It's not your fault IBM likes to rename everything every 5 years - what the heck was wrong with <n>Series anyway. At least IBM didn't rename all the O/S's to follow z/OS - can you imagine AIX as "p/OS"
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    I found that it was much easier to remember all the layers, and their order, once I began to grasp an understanding of what each does and what types of devices (or functions) reside in each. The mnemonic devices didn't do much for me. Well, there was one, but I don't think anyone's going to want to hear it. . .
    I am the same way. I just know it straight as it is for face value. Makes it easier to break down with direct reference as opposed to having to use the mnemonic or start singing a song like the alphabet.
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    Holy thread revival batman

    A - Australia
    P - Post
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    I guess I'm the only backwards one. Please Do Not Throw Sausage Pizza Away
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    Guess the guy saying OSI was dead 4 years ago was slightly off.

    physical
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    sexy
    pictures
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    I tried the pizza one but i kept getting the order wrong. So I came up with one that makes me giggle and easier for me personally to remember
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    Please, Do not tell state police anything!
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    A -A
    P- Priest
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBC90805 View Post
    not strictly OSI but:

    Don't = DATA
    Smoke = SEGMENT
    Pot = PACKET
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    thank you so much for this! lol
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    I always remembered the bottom to top ones but never from top to bottom

    Some funny ones here though
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    Tried and true old school


    Application : All
    Presentation : People
    Session : Seem
    Transport: To
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    Data-link: Data
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    I took a CCNA course a few years ago and the instructor taught us this one:

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    I have never forgot it, haha.
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    People
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    Forwards and Backwards...after about 11-12 years, I still know it.
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    Default Osi model

    Application : All
    Presentation : PRO
    Session : SPORTS
    Transport: TEAMS
    Network: NEED
    Data-link: DEFENSIVE
    Physical: PLAYERS

    GREAT IF YOU ARE A FOOTBALL FAN
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    Eeeh, resurrections of a dead thread...

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    I didn't see it listed, so there that one is.
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    1) Please
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    I go with the pizza thing but use "Programmers" instead and think of my dev friend because he confirmed he does not throw sausage pizza away.

    Then, for TCP/IP I do

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    Studying for the Network+ got Please Do Not Throw Sausage Pizza Away ingrained in my head. I've tried the others, but I keep coming back to the Pizza model because I love pizza, you love pizza, everybody loves pizza.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shecool View Post
    I took a CCNA course a few years ago and the instructor taught us this one:

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    I have never forgot it, haha.
    Hahaha, your instructor?
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    Hmmm. Jibbajabba this is good post to understand the OSI Model layers actually no one would be understand the actual functions of each layers probably what does or what are the protocols that has been used? but of course this is good method to memorized the things in either way good or bad (Bad is the best), If you give any tips with function therefore good method to remember the whole thing
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