COLLEGE OF DUPAGE CIT1122 Routing Protocols and Concepts

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COLLEGE OF DUPAGE

CIT1122

Routing Protocols and Concepts


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Tony Chen

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COD Main #: 942
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2537

Spring

Semester
2010

Office Hours
:
Friday

1:00
-
5
:00
pm
,
,

Monday

&
Wednesday

8
:
0
0
a
m
-
0
9
:
5
0
a
m


Monday till
Thu
rsday

4
:
3
0
-
6
:
0
0
p
m
;

Class L
ocation:
BIC 2J

E
-
Mail: chento@
cod.edu

Office:
OCC124A


Course Name:

CIT1122

Router and Routing Basics

Credit Hours
:

3

credit hours


Prerequisites:


Required:
CIT1121


Recommended

Textbook
:





Routing Protocols and Concepts, CCNA Exploration Companion Guide

ISBN: 1587132060 / ISBN 13: 9781587132063


Optional

Textbook:


CCN
A
Portable
Command
Guide, Second Edition,
By Sc
ott D. Empson., ISBN
-
10: 1
-
58720
-
1
9
3
-
3
; ISBN
-
13: 978
-
1
-
58720
-
193
-
6


Course Description:


Second of four courses designed to identify and examine internetwork routing elements
to define flow control; to identi
fy the functions of the transmission control
protocol/internet protocol (TCP/IP); to perform router log in, check initial router
configuration, and verify IP addresses; to perform commands to load internet operating
software; to perform commands to add ro
uting protocols to current router configuration,
and to identify routing problems and techniques used to reduce them.


Topical Outline:

1.

Basic router configuration

2.

Distance vector and link state routing protocol

3.

Classful and classless routing behaviors in
routed networks

4.

Static and default routing

5.

RIP routing protocol

6.

EIGRP routing protocol

7.

OSPF routing protocol




Class Attendance, Participation and Timely Completion of Assignments:


Class attendance and active participation are essential if students are
to receive maximum benefit from
this class. Participation requires preparation including completion of reading and other assignments by the
due dates .If you cannot attend class or complete an assignment on time, please let me know beforehand
so that we ca
n discuss alternative strategies. 10 points will be deducted for each unnotified absence up to
a maximum of 100 points.
A student who misses 3 weeks of classes will be dropped from the course.


Make
-
up Policy:

If you cannot attend class on the scheduled da
te for a test, please let me know
beforehand so that a make
-
up can be arranged. Tests must be made up within one week of the scheduled
date. Failure to pre
-
arrange a make
-
up will result in the loss of points for the test. Only one make
-
up per
student is al
lowed.


Academic Honesty:

Any violations of College of DuPage policies regarding academic honesty and/or
integrity will be referred automatically to the appropriate College authorities for disposition. See
appropriate pages in the college catalog for defin
itions and regulations.


General Note:

In order to achieve the course objectives, it is essential that you enjoy the class in addition
to complying with the above requirements and the rules and policies of College of DuPage contained in
the catalog and oth
er College materials. If you are having course/College related problems, please feel
free to talk to me so that we can resole them to your satisfaction and benefit.


Class Policies

In order to make our class a comfortable and encouraging learning environme
nt for
everyone, the following is a set of class policies.



Quizz
es take place during the first 3
0 minutes of class.




Please treat other students, the instructor, and guests with courtesy and respect.



Please do your best to be on
-
time for class.


If you ar
e late, enter quietly and find out
what you missed from another student.



Please listen when others are speaking.



Please raise your hand to ask a question or make a comment.


This allows me to finish my thought and for
everyone to ask questions fairly.



B
igotry and prejudices of any kind will not be tolerated.



For the courtesy of others, if you need to take a call, answer the call outside of the classroom.


Computer Use Policies




Do not use computers during lectures unless you are following the lecture usi
ng the on
-
line curriculum or the PowerPoint presentation.


This includes surfing the net.



Do not install any software on the computers in the classroom or the lab.



Do not copy any software from any of the computers in the classroom or the lab.



Do not ch
ange the desktop or any of the default configurations of the computer unless it
is part of a lab exercise.



Any misuse of the equipment or unprofessional conduct will not be tolerated.





Routers and Switches



Erase all startup
-
config files when finished.




Make sure configuration register is set to 0x2102.



Turn
-
off routers and power
-
supplies when finished.



Do not disconnect serial cables unless it is part of a lab exercise.



Do not erase or modify flash memory.



Use
class

for privileged passwords (enable

secret) and
cisco

for all other passwords.

Method of Evaluating Students:


Grading:







Final Grades will be assigned as follows

Point Distribution:






Accumulated Points

Grade


Quizzes:



3
0 pts.




90
-
100



A


Labs:



3
0 pts.




80
-
89



B


Labs fi
nal:



20 pts.




70
-
79



C


Online Final:


2
0 pts.




60
-
69



D


Total points:


100 pts.




59 or lower


F


Note:

1) No incomplete (I)
grade
will be given in this class.


2) Stop attending the class does not equal withdraw (W).




Course Outline/Sche
dule

Updated: 01/11
/
10

Week

Date

Topics

Online Quiz

1

01/18
/
2010

(M)

01/20
/
2010

(W)

No class

Chapter 1: Intro. To Routing and Packet Forwarding


2

01/25/2010 (M)

01/27/2010 (W)

Chapter 1: Intro. To Routing and Packet Forwarding

Lab: chapter 1


3

02
/01
/
2010

(M)

02
/03/
2010

(W)

Lab: chapter 1

Chapter 2: Static Routing

Chapter 1

(M)


4

02
/08/2010 (M)

02
/10/2010 (W)

Chapter 2: Static Routing

Lab: chapter 2; chapter 1 labs due


5

02
/15
/
2010

(M)

02
/17
/
2010

(W)

Lab: chapter 2; chapter 1 labs due

Chapter 3:I
ntro. To Dynamic Routing Protocols

Chapter 2

(M)


6

02
/22/2010 (M)

02
/24/2010 (W)

Chapter 4: Distance Vector Routing Protocols

Lab: chapter 3; chapter 2 labs due


7

03
/01
/
2010

(M)

03
/03
/
2010

(W)

Lab: chapter 3;
No lab for chapter 4


Chapter 5: RIP Vers
ion 1

Chapter 3

(M)


8

03
/08/2010 (M)

03
/10/2010 (W)

Chapter 6: VLSM and CIDR

Lab: chapter 5
; chapter 4 labs due

Chapter 4

(M)

9

03
/15
/
2010

(M)

03
/17
/
2010

(W)

Lab: chapter
6;

Chapter 7: RIP Version 2

Chapter 5

(M)


10

03
/22/2010 (M)

03
/24/2010 (W)

Cha
pter 8: The Routing Table: A Close Look

Lab: chapter 7; chapter 5, 6 labs due


March 29

to

Apri l 4
:

Spring Break

Chapter 6

(M)

11

04
/05
/
2010

(W)

04
/07
/
2010

(M)

Lab: chapter 7;
No lab for chapter 8


Chapter 9: EIGRP


Chapter 7

(M)


12

04
/12/2010 (M)

04
/14
/2010 (W)

Chapter 9: EIGRP


Lab: chapter 9;
hands
-
on lab
; chapter 7 labs due

Chapter 8

(M)

13

04
/19
/
2010

(M)

04
/21
/
2010

(W)

Lab: chapter 9;
hands
-
on lab
;

Chapter 10: Link State Routing Protocols

Chapter 11: OSPF

Chapter 9

(M)


14

04
/26/2010 (M)

04
/28/20
10 (W)

Chapter 11: OSPF

Lab: chapter11; chapter 9 labs due


Chapter 10

(W)

15

05
/03/2010 (M)

05
/05/2010 (W)

chapter 11 labs

; No lab for chapter 10

Lab Final
;

Chapter 11

(M)

16

05
/10
/2010 (
M
)

05
/12
/2010 (
W
)

Lab Final
;

Online Final


M



Monday

W

-

Wed
nesday