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Network models besides OSI and TCP/IP

Discussion in 'Networking' started by 007phantom, Jan 24, 2010.

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    Hello everyone, I'm doing some research trying to find out: what other network models exist or have been in existence besides the OSI model and the TCP/IP protocol suite?
    So far its been a confusing process because I've been mixing up articles on protocols themselves and the articles on the network models I'm looking for so far I've found:
    X.25
    Cisco's 3 Layered Model
    Hierarchical internetworking model


    Can you guys please help me get in the right direction by identifying the network models other than OSI and TCP/IP that you know of? Your help would be very much appreciated
     
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