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1

CET
2615

C


7
7660

LAN
Switching and Wireless

3 credit hours


Tuesday

6
:00


9:
1
0

Instructor:

Dr. Ginger Maddox



Doctor of Education, Instructional Technology



Master of Science in Telecommunications Systems Management



Bachelor of Science in Computer S
cience

Office hours:

Students are encouraged to make appointments.


Office: Niceville campus, B
-
104. Office hours will be posted on door and
website. Phone Number is 729
-
5217.


E
-
mail:
maddoxg@nwfsc.edu



W
eb site
http://faculty.nwfsc.edu/web/social/maddoxg


Text:

CISCO Networking Academy Program:
LAN Switching and Wireless
,
CCNA Exploration Companion Guide,
Wayne Lewis
, Cisc
o Press, 2008,
ISBN 1
-
587
13
-
207
-
0.


LAN Switching and Wireless
, CCNA Exploration Labs and Study Guide,
Allan Johnson,
Cisco Press, 2008, ISBN 1
-
58713
-
202
-
8
.


Disk:

USB portable drive


I. Course Description:


This course introduces the student to fundamentals of LAN configurations.

This is
also the third of four courses designed to prepare a student to take the Cisco
Certified Network Associate Exam. The student will study LAN Switching,
VLANS, OSPF, EIGRP, LAN Design, VTP, Access Lists, and Wireless access.



II. Course Goals:

Mast
er Basic Content: Router
and switch
theory, router
and switch
components, setup
and startup, configurations, addressing,
and
routing protocols

Master Lab Skills: Configure a router

and switch
, assemble basic hardware, install
software, network testing


Mas
ter People Skills: working in engineering teams, self and project management, oral
exams, presentations

III. Course Requirements and Attendance:


Students are expected to read assigned chapters of online curriculum and
associated text
prior

to class and co
mplete lab exercises in class. Additional

computer

lab hours will be available, if needed. Complete and hand in
assignments on time. Each person is to do his/her own work. Students are
encouraged to ask questions and seek assistance from the instructor.
Cl
ass
attendance is an integral part of the learning process for this course. Students are
expected to attend class regularly, as well as to arrive and depart on time. Students
with excessive absences (including tardies) may be withdrawn from the class.
Not
e that although college policy provides for a certain number of class absences,
that number covers all types of absences, including absences such as those due to
documented illness or other emergen
cy.

Absences for illness or emergencies are
not accommodate
d in addition to those allowable under the attendance policy.


2

IV. Grading policy:

Tests



There will be
7

tests during the semester. There will be
ONLY ONE MAKE
-
UP
TEST
. Makeup tests must be requested prior to scheduled test date and be
completed prior t
o the next scheduled class period. Other absences during a test
will be scored as zeros. Each test will be administered during the class period, in
addition to the course material for that class period. Cheating on tests will be dealt
with by automatic fai
lure for the entire course.

Skills Exams



Prac
tical lab skills will be graded. Y
ou can not pass the course if you do
not pass the skills exam.

Final Exam


The

final exam will be comprehensive, covering the entire semester’s
material. No one is exempt fro
m the final exam.

Withdrawal

-

Students are encouraged to contact the instructor anytime they are not
achieving their intended level of success prior to taking any other action. Students
who need to withdraw, with a grade of “W”, must complete an official
form and
submit it consistent with college policy, no later than

1 Nov
. Incomplete grades,

an “I”, will be given only when a
real

emergency prevents a student from
completing a
minor

portion of the assignments of the course.

To receive an “I”
grade, the
student must have successfully completed a significant portion of the
required coursework and be able to finish the remaining work without attending
class. An “I” grade will automatically convert to a grade of “F” if the student
does not complete the rema
inder of the coursework by the established deadline.

Weighting

used to determine course grade


Scale

Skill Exams


4
0%




A = 90


100

Online tests


3
0%




B = 80


89

Final exam


30%




C = 70


79








D = 60


69








F = below 60


V. Use of
NWFSC

Co
mputer Equipment and General Behavior:

Access on
Northwest Florida State

College computer equipment of materials
of a sexual or ethnically derogatory nature is in violation of the college policy
on harassment, which assures a positive learning environment.

Violation may
result in disciplinary action. In all areas of behavior, students are
Students are
responsible for adherence to all college policies and procedures, including
those related to academic freedom, cheating, classroom conduct,
computer/network/e
-
mail use and other items included in the
current Catalog
and Student Handbook.

Students should be familiar with the rights and
responsibilities detailed in the
current Catalog and Student Handbook.
Plagiarism, cheating or any other form of academic dish
onesty is a serious
breach of student responsibilities and may trigger consequences which range
from a failing grade to formal disciplinary action.
All cellular phones and
pagers must be in the silent or vibrate mode during the entire
class
session. You mu
st leave the room to respond to a call.

VI. Student Support Services:


If you have special needs for which accommodations may be appropriate to assist
you in this class, please contact the Office of Services for Students with Special

3

Needs, in Building C
-
2

on the Niceville campus, or call 729
-
6079 (TDD 1
-
800
-
955
-
8771 or Voice 1
-
800
-
955
-
8770).

VII. Course Calendar:

In the event of unusual or extraordinary circumstances, the schedule,
requirements, and procedures in this course are subject to change. If the
college closes for inclement weather or other emergency, any exams,
presentations or assignments previously scheduled during the closure period
will automatically be
rescheduled for the first regular class meeting held
once the college re
-
opens
. If changes

to graded activities are required,
students will not be penalized as a result of the adjustments, but will be
responsible for meeting revised deadlines and course requirements.


23 Aug


Intro and Review




30 Aug


Chap 1


6 Sep


Chap 2


Test chap 1


13 S
ep


Chap 3


Test Chap 2


20 Sep


Test Chap 3


27 Sep


Chap 4




4 Oct


Test Chap 4




11 Oct



Chap 5




18 Oct


Test Chap 5




25 Oct



Chap 6




1 Nov


Test Chap 6




8 Nov


Chap 7



1
5

Nov


Test Chap 7,
test retake


22 Nov


Practice final exam active, n
o face
-
to
-
face class meeting


29 Nov


Skills exam


6 Dec


Final exam