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In this article Overview The Microsoft Windows operating systems use a network architecture that is based on the seven-layer networking model developed by the International Standards Organization ISO. Introduced inthe ISO Open Systems Interconnection OSI Reference model describes networking as "a series of protocol layers with a specific set of functions allocated to each layer.
Each layer offers specific services to higher layers while shielding these layers from the details of how the services are implemented.
A well-defined interface between each pair of adjacent layers defines the services offered by the lower layer to the higher one and how those services are accessed.
This layer manages the reception and transmission of the unstructured raw bit stream over a physical medium. The physical layer carries the signals for all of the higher layers.
In Windows, the physical layer is implemented by the network interface card NICits transceiver, and the medium to which the NIC is attached. The LLC sublayer establishes and terminates logical links, controls frame flow, sequences frames, acknowledges frames, and retransmits unacknowledged frames.
The LLC sublayer uses frame acknowledgement and retransmission to provide virtually error-free transmission over the link to the layers above. MAC The MAC sublayer manages access to the physical layer, checks frame errors, and manages address recognition of received frames. The NIC is controlled by a software device driver called the miniport driver.
Windows supports several variations of miniport drivers including WDM miniport drivers, miniport call managers MCMsand miniport intermediate drivers.
Network Layer The network layer controls the operation of the subnet. This layer determines the physical path that the data should take, based on the following: Other factors, such as routing, traffic control, frame fragmentation and reassembly, logical-to-physical address mapping, and usage accounting.
Transport Layer The transport layer ensures that messages are delivered error-free, in sequence, and with no loss or duplication. This layer relieves the higher-layer protocols from any concern with the transfer of data between them and their peers.
A minimal transport layer is required in protocol stacks that include a reliable network or LLC sublayer that provides virtual circuit capability. In the Windows network architecture, the LLC, network, and transport layers are implemented by software drivers known as protocol driverswhich are sometimes referred to as transport drivers.mandatory access control (MAC) to Android by enabling the effective use of Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) for kernel-level MAC and by developing a set of middleware.
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In computing, a file system or filesystem controls how data is stored and retrieved. Without a file system, information placed in a storage medium would be one large body of data with no way to tell where one piece of information stops and the next begins.