Purdue University Calumet School of Technology Course Syllabus

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Purdue University Calumet

School of Technology

Course Syllabus


ECET 36700
-

Internetwork & TCP/IP


Credits and Contact Hours:

Credit 3, Class 2, Lab. 3, Contact Hours 5




Instructor’s or Course Coordinator’s Name:

William C. Robinson


Text Book, Title,
Author and Year:

Title
: Routing Protocols and Concepts, CCNA Exploration Companion Guide.

Author
: Graziani, Johson

Year
: 2008

Other supplemental material
: Lab handouts and other handouts for topics not covered by the textbook.


Introduction to the Course:

a)

Catalog Description (2010
-
2011 Academic Catalog):

This course is a continuation of ECET 26500. The emphasis is on integrating the TCP/IP protocol suite on
networking and internetworking devices such as repeaters, bridges, routers, gateways, and switches.

Other
topics from emerging networking technologies will be considered, as applied to high speed networks.

b)

Prerequisites:

ECET 26500

c)

Elective course.


Specific Goals of the Course:

a)

Course Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this course, the student sho
uld be able to:

1.

have a full understanding of TCP/IP, the protocol of the Internet;

2.

identify router user interfaces and components;

3.

understand the basics of IOS versions, naming and software backup;

4.

troubleshoot network connectivity problems;

5.

configure and

setup Cisco routers;

6.

master interior routing protocols.


b)

Criteria 3 Student Outcomes:

This course covers items a, b, and c in ABET Criteria 3.








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ECET 36700
-

Internetwork & TCP/IP


Course Delivery Methods (check all that apply):


X
Lecture X Laboratory X Online X Discussion groups X Projects


Factors Used to Determine the Course Grade (check all that apply):


X Quizzes X Exams X Homework X Papers X Lab Reports X Class participation



X How final grade is determined

Eleven end
-
of
-
Module exams at 4 points each


44 %

Labs and Skills assessment



50 %

Final Exam (comprehensive)



6 %


Brief List of Topics to be Covered:

Introduction to Routing and Packet Forwarding

Stati
c Routing

Introduction to Dynamic Routing Protocols

Distance Vector Routing Protocols

RIP version 1

VLSM and CIDR

RIP version 2

The Routing Table: A Closer Look

EIGRP

Link Static Routing Protocols

OSPF

OSPF and Skills
-
Based Assessment

Semester Review and S
kills
-
Based Assessment


Lab Experiments
:

Basic Router Configuration

Troubleshooting Static Routes

Routing Protocols and Subnetting Scenario

Basic RIP Configuration

RIP Troubleshooting

Basic BLSM Calculation and Addressing Design Activity

Troubleshooting a
VLSM Addressing Design Activity

Basic Route Summarization Activity

Troubleshooting Route Summarization Activity

Basic RIPv2 Configuration

RIPv2 Troubleshooting

Investigating the Routing Table Lookup Process

The show ip route Challenge Lab

Basic EIGRP Confi
guration Lab

Troubleshooting EIGRP Configuration Lab

Basic OSPF Configuration Lab

Troubleshooting OSPF Configuration Lab




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