CCNA I Poster (OSI posters)

jkcookjkcook Posts: 3Member ■□□□□□□□□□
Does anyone know of a large, simple, colorful poster that compares OSI, TCP/IP, and Encapsulation? I know about the Javvin poster, but that's far too complex (and expensive) for this course level. Any suggestions?
Janet K. Cook
Cisco Instructor
Ansbach Middle/High School

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  • WebmasterWebmaster Posts: 10,292Admin
    How about this one:

    icon_arrow.gif www.corrent.com/pdfs/OSI_ppin.pdf



    icon_rolleyes.gif Maybe I should create one for TechExams.net...
  • mobri09mobri09 Posts: 723Users Awaiting Email Confirmation
    That's very interesting and in detail!
  • WebmasterWebmaster Posts: 10,292Admin
    Here's the other one the original poster mentioned (not free):

    icon_arrow.gif www.javvin.com/map.html

    I have an older one of Lan Magazine at home, couldn't find it online though.
  • mobri09mobri09 Posts: 723Users Awaiting Email Confirmation
    - Scroll to the bottom of the page -

    http://www.protocols.com/pbook/tcpip1.htm#MAP
  • WebmasterWebmaster Posts: 10,292Admin
    mobri09 wrote:
    - Scroll to the bottom of the page -

    http://www.protocols.com/pbook/tcpip1.htm#MAP
    I would expect from a site named protocols.com they know that ARP is a layer 3 protocol, not layer 2. Sometimes it's refered to as a "Layer 2/3" protocol (it resolves layer 3 to layer 2 addresses, i.o.w. IP to MAC), but layer 2 is just dead wrong.
    I didn't actually check the others though, I assume they got it correct.
  • jkcookjkcook Posts: 3Member ■□□□□□□□□□
    Thanks for the links, but I need something REALLY, REALLY basic for beginning students. I just need something with just the layer name (networking, physical), maybe a few basic functions, and perhaps one or two major acronyms. Thanks, janet
    Janet K. Cook
    Cisco Instructor
    Ansbach Middle/High School
  • mwgoodmwgood Posts: 293Member
    jkcook wrote:
    Thanks for the links, but I need something REALLY, REALLY basic for beginning students. I just need something with just the layer name (networking, physical), maybe a few basic functions, and perhaps one or two major acronyms. Thanks, janet

    How's this? http://searchnetworking.techtarget.com/sDefinition/0,,sid7_gci523729,00.html
  • jkcookjkcook Posts: 3Member ■□□□□□□□□□
    THis is much closer!! Thanks. I like the way they put the TCP/IP right into the OSI. Thanks! I think I may have to have my artist daughter create the poster for me. If I can twist her arm (her left one!) and get her to do something useful!, I'll post it. Thanks for the great idea, janet
    Janet K. Cook
    Cisco Instructor
    Ansbach Middle/High School
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