Internet Technologies Routing and Switching II NET 126 Fall 2006

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Internet Technologies

Routing and Switching I
I

NET 12
6

Fall

2006


INSTRUCTOR:

Brad Nicolajsen


COURSE HOURS PER WEEK:

LAB
: 2


LECTURE
: 3

SEMESTER HOURS CREDIT:

3


PREREQUISITE:

CIS 110


Introduction to the Internet


TEXTS:

CCNA 1 and 2, Cisco Pre
ss ISBN 1
-
58713
-
150
-
1


CCNA 1 and 2, Lab Companion, Cisco Press ISBN1
-
58713
-
149
-
8

GRADING PLAN FOR COURSE:


Labs………………………….. 50%


Midterm and Final exam…….. 25%


Final lab exam ……………… 25%





GRADING SCALE:


A

.....................
93
-
100


B
......................
84
-
92


C

.....................
7
5
-
83


D

....................
68
-
74


F
.....................
6
8

and below

OFFICE LOCATION:



Wayne West Building W343

OFFICE HOURS:



Tuesday 11 to 1

Wednesday 11 to 2

My email address is: ben@carteret.edu


SPECIAL NEEDS
:

If any of the following apply p
lease make an appointment with the instructor as soon as
possible.



1.

Reasonable accommodations due to a disability


2.

Emergency medical information


3.

Special arrangements in case of building evacuation


Any student with any documented disabilit
ies

ne
eding accommodations is requested to speak directly to the
special needs counselor (252
-
222
-
6148) and the instructor, as early as possible in the semester (preferably
within the first week of class). All discussions will remain confidential.


Remember: I
f you are a disabled student currently receiving accommodations, please contact Gale Swann in
Academic Support to have your accommodation worksheet forwarded to all your instructors. This needs to
be done every semester.


ABSENCES ALLOWED:



If this class
is taught as an Internet class, attendance will be based upon the completion of the
assignments and Blackboard discussions (if class participation is an evaluation factor) by the due
date.



If this class is taught as a Partial Internet class, attendance wil
l be based upon the

completion of

the
assignments, class room attendance, and Blackboard discussions (if class participation is an
evaluation factor) by the due date.



In a total seats section, attendance will be taken from class attendance only.


MAJOR COM
PETENCY
:

The student will become gain an understanding of Interior Gateway Protocols

and Exterior Gateway Protocols. The student will be able to design and configure multi
-
protocol networks. The
student will be able to configure a router to offer DHCP, NAT
, PAT, and DNS services.

Initials: BEN

Date:
10/20/05c


CODE OF EVALUATION METHOD



1.

WRITTEN TEST




A multiple choice, fill in the blanks, label the parts, essay,



or other form of graded tests or examination.


2.

DIRECT OBSERVATION

Watching the stud
ent perform the task or sequence of tasks.






A checklist would be useful for assessment purposes.


3.

PAPER





An assigned term paper or research project. Does not






include written projects described in #4 below.


4.

WRITTEN PROJECT



Plans, dia
grams, blueprints, price estimates, worksheets,






spreadsheets handed in to assess student performance.


5.

PROJECTS




Includes the production of a product, assessment of a






repair, assessment of a service.


6.

ORAL PRESENTATION


A presentation
given to a class or group of students.


7.

OTHER





Any method of evaluation not described above.



COMP

NUMBER


PERFORMANCE/TASK

EVAL

METHOD


STANDARD

%


METHOD OF DELIVERY

1

WANs and Routers





Student will be able to:




1.1

List and describe WAN c
haracteristics and devices

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration

1.2

Describe WAN routers






1.3

List and describe the components of a WAN router











2

Router Fundamentals





Student will be able to:




2.1

Describe the router boot sequenc
e and setup mode

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration

2.2

Establish a HyperTerminal session






2.3

Log into a router






2.4

Edit the IOS software using commands






2.5

View the router command history.

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration

2.6

Describe the Cisco IOS Software Fundamentals






2.7

Troubleshoot the Cisco IOS software











3

Router Configuration





Student will be able to:




3.1

Use the Command Line Interface

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration

3.2

Configure a rout
er name, password, serial interface and Ethernet interface






3.3

Use the show commands






3.4

Save configurations






3.5

Recover a password

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration






4

Learning About Neighboring and Remote Devices






Student

will be able to:




4.1

Describe CDP

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration


COMP

NUMBER


PERFORMANCE/TASK

EVAL

METHOD


STANDARD

%


METHOD OF DELIVERY

4.2

Use Telnet to access a router.






4.3

Enable and disable CDP











5

Managing Cisco IOS
Software





Student will be able to:




5.1

Describe the stages of the routers power
-
on/boot sequence

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration

5.2

Locate and load Cisco IOS software






5.3

Manage Cisco IOS software images






6

Routing and Routing P
rotocols





Student will be able to:




6.1

Describe routing basics

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration

6.2

Describe static routing






6.3

Describe dynamic routing






6.4

Identify the classes of routing protocols.






6.5

Configure a router
to use routing protocols

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration






7

Distance Vector Routing Protocols.





Student will be able to:




7.1

Initially configure a router

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration

7.2

Describe distance vector routing






7.3

Examine a routing table






7.4

Describe the features of RIP







7.5

Describe the features of IGRP

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration






8

TCP/IP Error and Control Messages





Student will be able to:




8.1

Describe and use ICMP

1, 2,

and 5


Lecture and Demonstration


COMP

NUMBER


PERFORMANCE/TASK

EVAL

METHOD


STANDARD

%


METHOD OF DELIVERY

8.2

Describe the TCP/IP Suite Control Messages






8.3

Describe congestion and flow control messages.
















9

Basic Router Troubles
hooting





Student will be able to:




9.1

Troubleshoot various network layer problems

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration

9.2

Troubleshoot a router using the show commands











10

Intermediate TCP





Student will be able to:




10.1

Descr
ibe the TCP/IP Protocol Suite

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration

19.2

Describe the Transport Layer Ports






19.3

Describe the TCP/IP and the Internet Layer











20

Access Control Lists (ACL)





Student will be able to:




20.1

Describe A
CL

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration

20.2

Describe how to use an ACL






20.3

Create an ACL







20.4

Use an ACL






20.5

Compare and contrast standard and extended ACL

1, 2, and 5


Lecture and Demonstration

20.6

Verify an ACL