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CourseTitle

Credit Hours

Course No.

Prerequisite


Year
(semester)


Lec./Lab. Credit

Advanced
Network
S

3


1303330

2007
-
2008 (1)

Lecture: 3


Lab : 0


Coordinator Name

Lecturer

Room
No.

E
-
mail

Office Hours

Dr.Basil Kasasbeh

Dr. Basil kasasbeh

1
31
3

b_kasasbeh@asu.edu.jo

Mon Wed
9
:30
-

12
:30


Course Objectives:



Understand the structure and organization of computer networks; including the division into
network layers, role of each layer, and relationships between the layers.



Understand the basic concepts of application layer protocol design; including client/serv
er
models, peer to peer models, and network naming.



In depth understanding of
transport layer
concepts and protocol design; including connection
oriented and connection
-
less models, techniques to provide reliable data delivery, and algorithms
for congesti
on control and flow control.



In depth understanding of
network layer
concepts and protocol design; including virtual circuit
and datagram network designs, datagram forwarding, routing algorithms, and network
interconnections.



Understand the basic concept
s of link layer properties; including error
-
detection and correction
techniques, multiple access protocols, point to pint protocols, and characteristics of link layer
media (including wireless links).



Understand the basic concepts of network security conc
epts; including authentication, integrity,
key distribution, and system security design challenges.


Course Description:

This Course builds on principles established in the Data Communications and Networking (1303330). Topics to be
covered include: networ
k architectures, Internet security, virtual LANs, in depth routing and discovery protocols and its
operations, wireless technologies, IPv6, Mobile IP and QoS principles
.


Intended Learning Outcomes :

Successful completion of this course should lead to the
following learning outcomes :

A
-

Knowledge and Understanding:

A1) Be able to understand the layers and Internet Protocols

A2) Be able to understand

network architecture protocols and applications


A3) Understand how
, where and when to use suitable pro
tocol in your aplications

.

B
-

Intellectual Skills:

B1) discuss the advangates/disadvantages of
different
Types of
networks and protocols


B2) analyze practical cases from the life for different problems (technical , management
) in the networks


B3)
Un
derstand the structure and organization of computer networks; including the division into
network layers, role of each layer, and relationships between the layers.

.


Applied Science University

Faculty:

Information Technology


Department :


Computer Network Systems


( Course Syllabus )




2
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C)

Subject Specific Skills:


C1) layers.

C2) Protocols.

C2) Qos.

D)
Transferable Skills:

D1) work in a group inorder to analyze ,design , create a solutions for a technical problems in four mini
projects

D2) Implementing mini projects at network labs.



Course Contents :


Week

Topics

Topic Details

Reference
(chapter)

Assess
-
ment

1

Data
Communications and
Computer Networks (revision)


networking layers and protocols

TCP/ IP suite


[2]Chp.1


2

Data Communications and
Computer Networks(revesion)


Private and public networks

PPP

Dynamic Host Configuration
Protocol (DHCP)

[2]Chp.1

HOME
WORK

1

3

VLANs


L2TP

Secure Email

IPsec

[1]Chp.8

HOME
WORK 2

4

Firewalls (FW)

Filter Based FW

Proxy Based FW

Firewalls Rules

Inbound and Outbound access
restrictions

NAT/PAT

[1]Chp.9


5

Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)


Introduction and historical
Perspective

Addresses and Routing


[1]Chp.4


6

Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6)


Address Space Allocation

Header/Packet Format

Comparison with IPv4

[1]Chp.4

HOME
WORK 3




7

Applications protocols

Network Management (SNMP)

RTP/SIP/RTCP

[1]Chp.4


8

Wireless and Mobile Networks


Principles of Wireless Links

Wi
-
Fi : IEEE 802.11 W
LANs


[1]Chp.4

HOME
WORK 4

9

Wireless and Mobile Networks


IEEE 802.11 MAC Protocol

Mobility and Mobile IP

[1]Chp.4


10

Discovery Protocols


Reverse ARP (RARP)

Proxy ARP

[1]Chp.4

HOME
WORK 5

11

Discovery Protocols


Link state

Distance Vector

[1]Chp.4




12

Routing Protocols


RIP

OSPF

EIGRP


[1]Chp.10

HOME
WORK 6

13

Routing Protocols


BGP

IGP

[1]Chp.10


14

Quality Of Service


Differentiated services

Integrated Services

Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP)

Multi Pro
tocol Label Switching

(MPLS)

[1]Chp.11

HOME
WORK 7

15

Selected Telecommunications
Networks

Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM)

Frame Relay (FR)

[1]Chp.11

HOME
WORK 8


3
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16


Final Exam




Course quality
improvement :



Students will be able to understand how to build a wireless networks



Students will be able to differentiate between the types of protocols.



Students will be able to differentiate between the layers .



How to create solutions, and
brainstorming with problem solving technique .


Grade Distribution :



Assessment

Grade

Date

-

First Exam

20%

TBD

-

Second Exam

20%

TBD

-

Assignments ( Reports /Quizzes/ Seminar / Tutorials ….)

30%

TBD

-

Final Examination

30%

TBD

* Make
-
up exams will NOT be allowed for any reason. On time class attendance is required.


Reading List:


Text Book

1.

Computer Networks A Systems Approach,
3
rd

Edt.
L
arry L.
Peterson and Bruce S.

Da
ve,
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann, 2003
.

2.

Data &
Computer Networks: W. Stallings, Pr
entice Hall, Seventh Edition, 2004.


Other

References

3.

Computer Networking A Top

down Approach Featuring the Internet, 3
rd

Edt., James H.
Kurose and Keith W. Ross, Publisher: Addison Wesley, 2005

4.

Internetworking with
TCP/IP Vol. I: Principles, Protocols, and Architecture, Douglas
Comer, Prentice Hall, 4th edition Vol
.

1 (February 22, 2000)

5.

CP/IP and Related Protocol, Uyless Black, McGraw
-
Hill, 1998.

6.

Microsoft Windows 2000 Network and Operating System: Microsoft Press,
2000.

7.

TCP/IP and Related Protocols, Uyless Black, McGraw
-
Hill, 1998.

8.

Internetworking with TCP/IP Vol. I: Principles, Protocols, and Architecture, Douglas
Comer, Prentice Hall, 4th edition Vol 1 (February 22, 2000).

9.

Mobile IP, James D. Solomon, Prentice Hal
l, 1997.

10.

TCP/IP illustrated, Volume 1, The Protocols, W. Richard Stevens, Addison
-
Wesley,
1994.

11.

IPng and the TCP/IP Protocols, Stephen A. Thomas, Wiley Computer Publishing, 1996.

12.

http://www.wikipedia.org


Last
updated on 12/9/2009, By Dr. Emad Qaddoura