Course outline

meetcokeΔίκτυα και Επικοινωνίες

26 Οκτ 2013 (πριν από 4 χρόνια και 13 μέρες)

183 εμφανίσεις


Khalida Noori



Spring 2010


NUST School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

A center of excellence for quality education and research



C
C

425



Network Technologies

Spring 2010

Prerequisite:
Computer Networks


Instructor:

Ms.
Khalida Noori





Email:
khalida.noori@seecs.edu.pk

Office:



Faculty Block Room # A
216







Tel: 051
-
9085
-
2273
Time and Place:







Office Hours



Course Objective:



This course is planned to inculcate the understanding of how TCP and IP protocols operate along with most of the commonly use
d
protocols based on TCP/IP. These include
IPv6, Mobile IP,
IPSec,
BGP, OSPF,
DHCP, NAT,
DNS,
and SNMP

etc.
The course will
cover n
ot only WHAT

technologies, design decisions and engineering trade
-
offs that govern the behavior of networks

today, but will
also try to answer the question of WHY these networks and network protocols are

designed the way they are. After the course,
student
s should have a solid understanding of the

TCP/IP stack and its associated protocols, algorithms and applications.


Text Book:

Internetworking with TCP/IP, Vol 1 (5th Edition) by Douglas E Comer

Reference Book:


TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 1: The Protocols

by W Richard Stevens



Policy Matters:


1.

Grading for assignments and quizzes will be on a fix scale of 0 to 10. A score of 10 indicates an exceptional attempt
towards the answer and a score of 1 indicates your answer is entirely wrong but you made a

reasonable effort towards
the solution. Scores in between indicate very good (8
-
9), good (6
-
7), satisfactory (4
-
5), and poor (2
-
3) attempt. Failure
to make a reasonable effort to answer a question scores a 0.

2.

No Plagiarism will be tolerated. Any attempt o
f copying during the quiz and assignment will result in a disciplinary
action and zero marks in that quiz/assignment to the students.

3.

The quizzes will be mostly
un
announced and normally last for fifteen minutes. It will be the instructor’s will to choose
t
he number of quizzes for evaluations purposes.

4.

Late assignments will not be accepted / graded. All assignments will count towards the total (No ‘best
-
of’ policy).
Students have to do their assignments by themselves. Copying of assignments and exercises is
highly discouraged. If
any copy case is found, it will be forwarded for disciplinary action.

5.

The project

or survey report

will

be assigned to
students and it will carry
8
% weightage.

The students can re
-
use code

or modules

for
parts
of the project but the
y
MUST

quote the resource, or else it will be taken as plagiarism case and
the group will be assigned zero
.


Weightage:




30% OHTs



4
5
% Final Exam



8
% Project

or Survey report



7
%
Assignments



10% Quizzes






Khalida Noori



Spring 2010

Syllabus

(The order and number

of topics to be covered are subject to change)


1.

Review of IP



Internet Protocol



Addressing



Fragmentation and Re
-
Assembly



Subnetting and CIDR



DHCP



NAT



VPN

2.

Routing



Review of routing algorithms within an AS



RIP



OSPF



Exterior Gateway Protocols and Autonomous
Systems



BGP



Routing in ad
-
hoc networks

3.

IPv6



Motivation for changing IPv4



Features of IPv6

4.

Mobile IP

5.

IPsec



IPSec Authentication Header



IPSec Tunneling



Firewalls and Internet Access

6.

Transport Layer Protocols



UDP



Reliable data transmission using TCP



TCP
Congestion Control



TCP Congestion Avoidance



Quality of Service

7.

Network Management



Management Protocols



MIB



SNMP