ET277 - Mohawk Valley Community College

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Prepared by:

Bruce A. Kurtz









Fall

2010



MOHAWK VALLEY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

UTICA, NEW YORK


ENGINEERING
TECHNOLOGIES AND

THE TRADES DEPARTMENT


COURSE OUTLINE


I.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION
:



ET27
7

Telecommunications
Systems
3

(Verizon)


C
-
3,

P
-
2, CR
-
4



This course

covers

organization, architecture, setup, hardware and software aspects of
interconnecting local area networks (LANs) and wide area networks (WANs). Topics
include: introduction to intra and inter
-
network devices; network operating

systems;
client/server environments; LAN / WAN setups, network printing;
and
internal web
server
s
. A hands
-
on approach
and
team projects throughout

are emphasized
.
This course
is restricted to Verizon NextStep students




Prerequisite:

ET271

Telecommunica
tions Systems 2


II.

MATERIALS
:


Text(s)


Required:



"Enhanced CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking"
,

3
rd

edition (May 2004)

ISBN: 0
-
619
-
21346
-
9

Kelly
,

Cannon, Kelly Caudle
,

Course Technology


"Guide to TCP/IP"
,
(April 2004)
,
ISBN: 0
-
619
-
21242
-
X
,
L
aura A. Chappel
l, Ed
Tittel
,

Course Technology


Faculty Reference:

CCNA 3 and 4 Companion Guide,
Revised Third Edition, Prentice

Hall ISBN 1
-
58713
-
1501


Other reference and periodical material, on
-
line resources, media and
computer access networks, bibliographic instr
uction, interlibrary loan, and
related resources


Hardware:

5


Broadband wireles
s routers and internal/eternal s
witch (802.11g or
latest)

-

Access to Network Lab

− Wireless NICs

− 1000 feet Category 5 Network Cable

− 200 RJ
-
45 connectors

− 2
-

RJ
-
45 connector crimpers

− Cat 5 cable tester

-

Laptop Computer


Software:

Packet Tracer 3.2 Interactive Router Simulator

Standard Edition Software

Ethereal


Supplemen
tal Resources:

Blackboard and the web are to be incorporated as an
integral part of the course delivery process.


III.

COURSE OBJECTIVES
:


Course Objectives:

Instructors shall make every effort to incorporate the following
course competencies:

• Problem s
olving.

• Teamwork.

• Project leadership.

• Quality.

• Contextual learning.

• Technology and service delivery.

• Consumer focus


Upon completion students shall be able to:

1.

Describe LAN / WAN organization and operation.

2.

Describe the purpose and fun
ction of various LAN / WAN protocols.

3.

Describe the purpose and function of LAN / WAN interconnection technologies.

4.

Use LANs / WANs for data communications.

5.

Use network analysis software to view, verify, and troubleshoot network traffic
conditions.

6.

Work

productively as a team, practicing project leadership, interpersonal skills
and conflict resolution in a networked environment.

7.

Practice problem solving via the planning, organization and delivery of projects in
a networked environment.


Program Objecti
ves:



Continue development of course competencies.



Integrate course competencies and technical competencies in the work place.



Form foundation for more advanced telecommunications courses.

Student learning outcomes
:


The student will be familiar with
the operating principles and applications of

local area
networks (LANs) and Wide Area Networks (WANs)
.


The student will use basic mathematical, scientific and technical conc
epts to the solutions
of LAN/WAN related problems
.


The student will gain facilit
y at constructing

and trouble shooting LANs/WANs
in the
laboratory with proper use of test equipment.


The student will focus on appropriate communication skills, particularly technical reports
through the laboratory.


The student will work as part of a t
echnical team, particularly in the laboratory.


The student will pursue a telecommunications project that will include a formal oral and
written report to demonstrate knowledge of their topic

I
V.

DETAILED COURSE OUTLINE
:

Topical Outline


1.

Internet protocol
s and IP Routing (2 weeks)


i.

Review of IP routing

ii

Intermediate / advanced TCP / IP protocol suite and port ID

iii

Firewalls


ACLs

iv

Introduction to interlan connectivity and associated protocols

v.

Identify the purpose and characteristics of :



Storage



Backup / restore



Offsite storage


2.

Switching Technologies


(4 weeks)


i.

Overview of switches and switch configuration

ii.

VLAN operation and configuration

iii.

VLAN Trunking

iv.

Inter
-
VLAN routing


3.

Management and Internetworking
-
Operating System Setup and Con
figuration








(2 weeks)


i..Identify the basic capabilites (For example: client support,


interoperability, authentication, file and print services, application


support and security) of the following server operating systems to access


networ
k rescources
:



Windows Server



Web Server



FTP Server


ii. Given a remote connectivity scenario comprised of a protocol, an
authentication scheme, and physical connectivity, configure the connection to
a Windows server.


4. WAN Technologies



(5 weeks)

i.

Ov
erview
-
Identify with a general overview of the basic characteristics (For
example: speed, capacity and media) of the following WAN (Wide Area
Networks) technologies:



Packet / Circuit switching



ISDN (Integrated Services Digital Network)



FDDI (Fiber Dist
ributed Data Interface)



T1 (T Carrier level 1) / E1 / J1



T3 (T Carrier level 3) / E3 / J3



OCx (Optical Carrier)



X.25



Frame Relay




ATM


ii.

Identify the basic characteristics of the following internet access technologies:



xDSL (Digital Subscriber Line)



B
roadband Cable (Cable modem)



POTS / PSTN (Plain Old Telephone Service / Public Switched
Telephone Network)



Satellite



Wireless


iii. Define the function/ implementation / configuration of the various WAN
-
HDLC protocols and services


iv. Security
-

a
uthentication protocols CHAP (Challenge Handshake
Authentication Protocol), PAP (Password Authentication Protocol), etc.


Exams (1 week)


Project Pres
entations (see note below)

(1 week )

Students will work in groups and develop a final project. Along
with a written
report each project will be presented at the end of the semester.


Suggested Project Topics:







Firewalls



VPN's





Remote Access / Security





Linux vs NT





Protocol Analyzer Comparison





VoIP



DISABILITY STATEM
ENT


I would appreciate hearing from anyone in the class who has any type of disability (e.g.,
physical, learning, psychiatric, vision, hearing, etc.) which may require some special
accommodation. Please see me during my office hours so that we can discus
s your needs.
Before services can begin, you must also contact the Disability Services Office, 792
-
5644,
AB153 in the Academic Building on the Utica campus. For classes on the Rome campus,
students should be referred to the Student Services Office, PC A30,

334
-
7709. Staff members
will review your documentation, determine your eligibility for accommodations, and decide what
those accommodations will be.


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