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The OSI Session Layer

The Session layer, layer seven of the OSI model, establishes, synchronizes, maintains and terminates sessions between computers on a network. It establishes a connection ID and authenticates security.

OSI Session Layer

When you think of the Session layer, keep in mind that the OSI is only a model. Actual network protocol suites, such as TCP/IP handle the conection establishment, maintainance, and termination with protocols at the Transport layer.

More Networking Protocols and Standards:
• IPv4 to IPv6 Transition With the Dual-Stack Technique
• The OSI Application Layer
• What Is Fabric Networking?
• Shortest Path Bridging (SPB) Protocol
• Video - The Upper Layers 5 Through 7 of the OSI Networking Model
• IPv4 Address Classes
• Network Routing Protocols - IGRP, EIGRP, OSPF, ISIS, BGP
• T-Carrier - A Complete and Comprehensive Guide
• IPv6 Address Types and Scopes
• Representation of IPv6 Addresses

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