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    I took a CCNA course a few years ago and the instructor taught us this one:

    Please
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    I have never forgot it, haha.
    True story: I dated a Sally many moons ago. To my benefit, she did not agree with your mnemonic.
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    #52
    People
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    #53
    I just remembered:

    Physical
    Data-link
    Network
    Transport
    Meh
    Meh
    Meh

    lol
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    #56
    All
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    I just personally like going in that order, but I know that the bottom is L1 and upward. I didn't make this one up, but when I learned this one, the layers just stuck to my head easier.
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    #58
    Quote Originally Posted by shecool View Post
    I took a CCNA course a few years ago and the instructor taught us this one:

    Please
    Do
    Not
    Touch
    Sally's
    Pretty
    Ass

    I have never forgot it, haha.

    Poor Sally, she's living proof as to how misogynistic computing has been.

    I learned it as Please Do Not Take Sally's Panties Away.

    I don't know when I learned it exactly, but I might have learned it close to 20 years ago when I got my A+.
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    #59
    Quote Originally Posted by Plazma View Post
    Ohhh i got a good one !

    I have used the pizza on before but here goes

    Application : All
    Presentation : People
    Session : Seem
    Transport: To
    Network: Need
    Data-link: Data
    Physical: Processing
    That is my go to.

    Also have heard:
    People
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    Need
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    #60
    Pew
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    Ninja
    Turtles
    Smell
    Pretty
    Awful

    And just realized a few weeks ago encapsulation is alphabetical. I guess technically backwards but from bottom up it works.
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    #61
    I always remembered the actual names but was once told this in an interview (by the interviewer)

    All
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    Double
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    And toasterboy1, I always remembered the encapsulation as weak sun block

    SPF10
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    #62
    Quote Originally Posted by dave0212 View Post
    I always remembered the actual names but was once told this in an interview (by the interviewer)

    All
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    LOL! My favourite so far
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    dave0212 how did that interview end up? Other than laughing uncontrollably due to wtfness I really don't know how I'd act if a stranger said that to me in a professional setting.

    That might be a good one to say in a bad interview just to see the reaction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LBC90805 View Post
    not strictly OSI but:

    Don't = DATA
    Smoke = SEGMENT
    Pot = PACKET
    For = FRAME
    Breakfast = BITS
    Love this!
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    #67
    Please Do Not Teach Students Pointless Acronyms

    No, seriously.
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    No, seriously.
    wow.... checkmate

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    Please Do Not Teach Students Pointless Acronyms

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    Hahahahaha! Great one.
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    #70
    All People Seem To Need Data Processing

    Application, Presentation, Session, Transport, Network, Data Link, Physical

    If you recite it enough, you may not even need a mnemonic anymore. I've reached that point with the OSI Model and Planets (My Very Excited Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas -- Pluto was still a planet when I was in school).

    Quote Originally Posted by CarlSaiyed View Post
    I guess I'm the only backwards one. Please Do Not Throw Sausage Pizza Away
    That is the other one I used to use (bottom-up). I couldn't remember what it was. For some reason top-down seems to be easier to remember as a mnemonic.

    Quote Originally Posted by etaparon View Post
    Application : All
    Presentation : PRO
    Session : SPORTS
    Transport: TEAMS
    Network: NEED
    Data-link: DEFENSIVE
    Physical: PLAYERS

    GREAT IF YOU ARE A FOOTBALL FAN
    This is how I remember how to make crossover cables.

    10/100 Ethernet = University of Miami (Cross the Orange and Green Pairs)

    T1 = University of Florida (Cross the Orange and Blue Pairs)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jibbajabba View Post
    This is something I never really forgotten (which probably helps when starting to study for the CCNA) is the OSI model ..

    I thought, why don't we all share how we remember them :P

    So here is my one (top to bottom)

    [Application] All
    [Presentation] Pros
    [Session] Search
    [Transport] Top
    [Network] Notch
    [Data Link] Donut
    [Physical] Places

    The CBT Nugget one is not too bad either (Bottom to Top)

    [Application] Away
    [Presentation] Pizza
    [Session] Sausage
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    I always repeat the bottom-up way for remembering this. Never knew there was on from the top to the bottom so thanks for that
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    dave0212 how did that interview end up? Other than laughing uncontrollably due to wtfness I really don't know how I'd act if a stranger said that to me in a professional setting.

    That might be a good one to say in a bad interview just to see the reaction.
    LOL techfiend

    I got the job, it was the tech portion so just me and a senior engineer
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    The All Pro Sports Teams Need Defensive Players is a new one to me. I like it!

    I honestly don't use a mnemonic to memorize the layers. I have beat the layers into my head so much and wrote them down so many times that I just know it cold. But, I will forever remember the mnemonic listed above! Thanks!
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    Aaple
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