I made a table for OSI model and TCP/IP model and diffrent protocols. If you have any additions, comments feel free to reply. There are a lot of protocols out there and these are only few and I want to separate each protocol to its correct layers.
Any addition or comments will be much appreciated.
The listed protocols sounds good to me. If you want complete list of protocols which runs on each layer then click on the below links for each layer.
Protocols run on Session layer:
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That's why i made this table because some of the protocols in wikipedia are misleading like for example the "ethernet" both can be found in physical and data link layer.
You can check the following link for more detail about OSI model and protocol stak which works on different layer.
I have this problem too. Some of the protocols in wikipedia are confusion. On the one hand, ARP deals with MAC address, which are part of layer 2. On the other hand, ARP deals with IP address, which are part of layer 3. The TCP/IP layer model offers an answer: layer 2 is a network interface layer between IP and hardware. ARP fits nicely into the definition because it provides the address interface function.