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TRIAL COURSE or NEW COURSE


**NOTE: A COURSE SYLLABUS FOR EACH COURSE FORMAT MUST BE SUBMITTED
WITH THIS REQUEST (see page 23)**


Department

CIOS





College/School

CRCD





Prepared by

Keith Swar
ner






Phone

455
-
2820




Faculty Contact (If not preparer):

Keith Swarner/keith.swarner@uaf.edu/455
-
2820

(name/email/phone)


1.

ACTION DESIRED:

Trial Course [ ]


New Course [
X

]


2.

COURSE IDENTIFICATION:


Dept.

CIOS




Number


2
50



No. of
Credits


4




Justify upper/lower division status & number of credits.
If course is to be stacked (400/ 600),
explain higher level of effort and performance required on part of students earning graduate credit
.

This course builds on the skills developed

in CIOS 249
.

This course will provide students with an
understanding of the
intermediate routing and basics LAN switching technologies and protocols used
to build hierarchical networks.
This course would be appropriate for degree students who are
entering

their
third

or
fourth

semester.

Approximately the following amount of instructional time will be delivered in each of the following
major topic areas (Note: the terminology used in the following list is generic networking language
and will not necessarily

match perfectly with the topics language used on the sample syllabus being
submitted with this new course form): Implementing Basic Router Configurations, 2 hrs.; Classful
IPv4 Subnetting, 1
.5

hrs.; VLSM IPv4 Subnetting and Route Summarization, 2 hrs; RIP

v2
Overview, .5 hrs.; RIP v2 Configuration, Verification and Troubleshooting, 1 hr.; RIP v1 and V2
Compatibility, .5 hrs.; Link State Routing Protocols Overview, 1 hr.; OSPF Routing Overview and
Operations 3 hrs.; OSPF Configuration, Verification and Trou
bleshooting, 4 hrs.; EIGRP Overview
and Operation, 2 hrs.; EIGRP Configuration, Verification and Troubleshooting, 2 hrs.; Routing
Protocol Selection Considerations, 2 hrs.; Ethernet/802.3 LANs, .5 hrs.; Performance Issues with
Ethernet/802.3 LANs, .5 hrs.;

Network Domains, .5 hrs.; LAN Segmentation Methods, 1 hr.;
Switch
Concepts and Functions
, 1.5 hrs.; LAN Design, 2 hrs.; 3
-
Layer Hierarchical Model, 1 hr.;
LAN Switch Selection, 1 hr.; LAN Switch Operations, 1 hr.; LAN Switch Configuration, 2 hrs.;
LAN Swi
tch Maintenance,1 hr.; Physical vs. Logical Network Segmentation, 1 hr.; Overview of
VLANs, 1 hr.; Segme
nting Networks with VLANs, 1 hr
.; Interconnecting Switches
and

VLAN
Trunking Methods, 1 hr.; VLAN Configuration, Verification, and Troubleshooting, 2.5
hrs.;
Managing VLAN Configurations, .5 hrs.; VTP Overview and Implementation, 2 hrs.; Configuring
Inter
-
VLAN communication, 2 hrs.; Case Study Discussions: Addressing Planning with VLSM,
Routing Protocol Considerations,
Router and
Routing Protocol Config
ur
ations, VLAN Planning and
C
onfigurations, 9 hrs


3.

PROPOSED TITLE:

Intermediate Routing and LAN Infrastructure






4.

CROSS LISTED?


No




If yes, Dept.

NA




Number

NA




(Requires approval of both departments and deans involved. Add lines
at end of form for such
signatures.)


STACKED
?

No



If yes, Dept.

NA




Number

NA




(The syllabus must clearly indicate differences in required work and evaluation for students at
different levels.)

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5.

COURSE FORMATS
: ___1 _
__2 ___3 ___4 ___5 weeks; _
X
_ 6 weeks to full semester



other formats: (specify)


NA












Instructional method: (specify)

Lecture









6.

CONTACT HOURS PER WEEK
:


4


hrs. lecture



0


hrs. lab



othe
r hours: (specify type)


NA











7.

BRIEF COURSE CATALOG DESCRIPTION (50 words or less, if possible):

CIOS 2
50

4 Credits

Intermediate Routing and LAN Infrastructure

This course teaches student the skills and knowledge necessary to implement advanced I
P
addressing techniques, intermediate routing protocols, and how to configure and integrate LAN
switches into hierarchical internetworks. Course topics include: Variable Length Subnet Masks
(VLSM), RIPv2, OSPF, EIGRP, switch configuration, Virtual LANs (VL
ANs), Spanning Tree
Protocol (STP), and VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP).
(Prerequisite:
CIOS 24
9

or permission of the
instructor.
) (4+0) Offered As Demand Warrants


8.

COURSE CLASSIFICATION:
(Undergraduate courses only. Use approved criteria found on
Page 1
0 & 17 of this manual. If justification is needed, attach on separate sheet.)

h
-
Humanities [ ]

n
-
Natural Science [ ]

s
-
Social Sciences [ ]



Will this course be used to fulfill a requirement for the baccalaureate core? Yes [ ] No [
X

]



o
-
Oral Intensive [ ] Format 6

w
-
Writing Intensive [ ] Format 7

Natural Science [ ] Format 8


9.

FREQUENCY OF OFFERING:



As Demand Warrants














(Fall, Spring, Summer, As Demand Warrants)


10.

DATE OF FIRST OFFERING (after approved):

Spring

200
8







11.

COURSE REPEATABILITY:

Is this course repeatable for credit? No [
X

] Yes [ ] If yes, how
many times may the course be taken? ____ times. (If the course can be repeated with variable
credit, what is the maximum number of c
redit hours that may be earned for this course? ____
credits.)


12.

GRADING SYSTEM:

Letter [
X

]


Pass/Fail [ ]


13.

PREREQUISITES:


CIOS 249

or permission of the instructor.











(REQUIRED completion before enrolling in this course)



RECOMM
ENDED:

None














(Strongly encouraged to complete prior to this course)


14.

SPECIAL RESTRICTIONS, CONDITIONS:

None








15.

PROPOSED COURSE FEES:

None


**Submit a memo through your dean to the Provost &
VCAS for approval.


16.

PREVIOUS H
ISTORY

(offered as trial or special topic course, etc.):

This course has no history of ever being offered as a trial or special topic course, etc.


17.

ESTIMATED IMPACT OF ACTION ON BUDGET, FACILITIES/SPACE, FACULTY
RESOURCES:

It is anticipated that an adj
unct instructor will be hired to teach this course. If course enrollments are
not sufficient to meet the costs of hiring an adjunct, the course will not be offered
;

or depending on
enrollments in other courses, the teaching load of a full
-
time faculty may
be adjusted.
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18.

REVIEW WITH THE LIBR
ARY COLLECTION DEVEL
OPMENT OFFICER (474
-
6695) ANY
LIBRARY/MEDIA COLLEC
TIONS, EQUIPMENT, AN
D SERVICES AFFECTED
BY THIS
PROPOSED ACTION. GI
VE DATE OF CONTACT A
ND LIS
T ANY LIBRARY ACQUIS
ITIONS
THAT ARE ESSENTIAL O
R DESIRABLE.

Karen Jensen, the collection development officer for the library, was contacted by email on
1/30/
20
07. We don’t anticipate the need for any library acquisitions.


19.

WHAT PROGRAMS/DEPART
MENTS W
ILL BE IMPACTED BY T
HIS PROPOSED ACTION?



Include information on the Programs/Departments contacted (e.g., email, memo).

ITS. All CRCD CIOS faculty from the following campus have been contacted regarding this
change: CDE, IAC, KuC, NWC, TVC.


20.

PLEASE S
PECIFY POSITIVE AND
NEGATIVE IMPACTS ON
OTHER COURSES,
PROGRAMS AND DEPARTM
ENTS RESULTING FROM
THE PROPOSED ACTION.

Positive

Impacts
:

The addition of this course will provide an opportunity for students to
build on a
foundation of skills and knowledge deve
loped in previous courses.
This course will provide an in
-
depth exploration of
the intermediate routing protocols and
the
LAN switch technologies and
protocols used to
build
hierarchical networks
.

Students will learn
the
detail
s necessary to configure
rout
ers and LAN switches to implement VLANs, VLAN trunking and inter
-
VLAN communication.
Students who possess an in
-
depth understanding of these topics will be more competitive candidates
for job positions in the networking field
.

Negative Impacts:

No negative

impacts are foreseen.


21.

JUSTIFICATION FOR ACTION REQUESTED (attach sheets if necessary)

The addition of this course will enable us to better meet the expectations that employers have of
program graduates who are specifically preparing to work in networ
k infrastructure administration.

Employers hiring
individuals

to work in this specific area of information technology expect
these
individuals

to possess th
e

knowledge to implement and configure routers
with intermediate routing
protocols such as OSPF and
EIGRP. Students are expected to understand how to implement
VLANs and inter
-
VLAN communication
within a network infrastructure.
The student learning
outcomes for this course are derived from objectives
defined for
the Interconnecting Cisco
Networking Devic
es exam. Th
is

exam

lead
s

to
the
Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)
certification
. This external industry certification is a recognized by employers as a standard for
proving that an individual possess
a foundation in and
apprentice

knowledge of netwo
rking
.

The primary objectives of this course will be to teach students
how to implement
intermediate

routing protocols
and configure LAN switches in hierarchical network
s
.
Students
will learn how to
develop VLSM IP addressing strategies and
configure route
rs

to

use
this

IP addressing
strategy
.
Students will develop skills
to configure LAN switches with VLANs and implement inter
-
VLAN
communication.

Students

preparing to

work in the networking field will be expected to have an
in
-
depth
understanding of these
topics.

This course will consist of 3200 minutes of lecture and 0 hours of lab. Content for the course will be
delivered in a lecture format and students will be expected to study material and complete
homework assignments outside of the 3200 minutes of cl
assroom instruction.

This course will begin with the expectation that all students have completed the specific topics
covered in CIOS 24
9

and this course will continue building on these topics; therefore all students
must complete CIOS 24
9

or receive speci
al permission to enroll from the instructor.


**NOTE: A COURSE SYLLABUS FOR EACH COURSE FORMAT MUST BE SUBMITTED
WITH THIS REQUEST (see page 23)**

A sample c
ourse syllabus
for this course
has been
attached

to the end of this

new course request

form.
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APPROVALS:














Date


01/30/2007



Head, Program/Department of

Computer Information and Office Systems (CIOS)















Date





CRCD Division Coordinator

for


Business Technologies (BST)


















Date





Chair, College/School Curriculum Council for


College of Rural and Community Development (CRCD)













Date





Dean, College/School of

College of Rural and Community Development (CRCD)





ALL SIGNATURES MUST BE OBTAINED
PRIOR TO SUBMISSION
--

Offerings above the
level of approved programs must be approved in advance by the Provost.














Date





Chair, Senate Curriculum Review Committee













6/06


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of
7

Course Syllabus

CIOS 2
50

Intermediate Routing and LAN Infra
structure

University of Alaska Fairbanks

Course Information

Course Number
-
Section,

Title:

CIOS 2
50

TE1
Intermediate Routing and LAN Infrastructure

Number of Credits:

4.0

Prerequisite
:

Students
must

complete CIOS
24
9

or be granted instructor permission

pri
or to

enrolling in

this course.

Class Location:

UAF Downtown Center
, R
oom 210

Meeting Days & Time:

Monday,
5
-
9 PM,
1
/1
6



5
/
8
.

This course will consist of one 4
-
hour class lecture delivered to students once a week for 14 weeks.
Students can expected to spe
nd an additional
eight

to
twelve

hours per week outside of scheduled
classroom lecture studying lecture material, completing reading assignments and homework. A final
exam will be given in the 15th week.

Instructor

Information

Name:
Keith Swarner

Office Lo
cation:

UAF Downtown Center, 510 Second Ave, Fairbanks AK, room 210B

Office Hours:

2:00 pm


4:30 pm Monday


Thursday or by appointment

Telephone:

455
-
2820

Email:

keith.swarner@uaf.edu

Course Readings/Materials

Required textbook/materials:

Title:

Switchin
g Basics and Intermediate Routing CCNA 3 Companion Guide

Author(s):

Wayne Lewis

Publisher:

Cisco Press

ISBN:

1
-
58713
-
170
-
6


Required Software:

Network Visualizer® 5.0

RouterSim's CCNA™ Network Visualizer® 5.0 is a CCNA network simulator that offers the
fea
tures and flexibility to enable students to design, build and configure their own network. The
program offers more than 470 commands and unlimited devices, which enables students to build, test
and preview any kind of network and environment.

Recommended t
extbook/materials:
None

Course Description

This course teaches student the skills and knowledge necessary to implement advanced IP addressing
techniques, intermediate routing protocols, and how to configure and integrate LAN switches into
hierarchical inte
rnetworks. Course topics include: Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSM), RIPv2,
OSPF, EIGRP, switch configuration, Virtual LANs (VLANs), Spanning Tree Protocol (STP), and
VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP).

Course Goals

Upon successful completion of this course, t
he student will be able to define, explain, or perform tasks
related to the following:



VLSM



Intermediate Routing Protocols RIP v2, single area OSPF, and EIGRP



CLI switch configuration



Ethernet switching



VLANs


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Spanning
-
Tree Protocol (STP)



VLAN Trunking Prot
ocol (VTP)

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Student Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:



Define VLSM and briefly describe the reasons for its use



Divide a major network into subnets of different sizes using VLSM



Define route aggregat
ion and summarization as they relate to VLSM



Configure a router using VLSM



Identify the key features

and important differences between

RIP v1 and RIP v2



Configure RIP v2
and v
erify and troubleshoot RIP v2 operation



Identify key link
-
state routing proto
col features
and e
xplain how link
-
state routing information is
maintained



Discuss the link
-
state routing algorithm
and e
xamine the advantages and disadvantages of link
-
state routing protocols



Compare and contrast link
-
state routing protocols with distanc
e vector routing protocols



Enable OSPF on a router
to
includ
e a

loopback

address
; mod
ified

cost metric
s

to change
OSPF route preference;
and

OSPF authentication
.



Describe the steps to create and propagate a default route
in OSPF



Configure the OSPF routing

process
and use
show

commands to verify OSPF operation



Define key OSPF terms and d
escribe the OSPF network types



Describe the OSPF Hello protocol
and i
dentify the basics steps in the operation of OSPF



Describe the key concepts, technologies, and data st
ructures of EIGRP



Understand EIGRP convergence and the basic operation of the Diffusing Update Algorithm
(DUAL) and describe the processes used by EIGRP to build and maintain routing tables



Perform basic EIGRP configuration
and v
erify EIGRP operations



Con
figure EIGRP route summarization



Describe the eight
-
step process for general troubleshooting
and a
pply a logical process to
troubleshoot routing



Use the
show

and
debug

commands to troubleshoot RIP
,
IGRP
,
EIGRP
, and
OSPF



Describe the history and function

of shared, or half
-
duplex Ethernet
; d
efine collision as
it relates
to Ethernet networks



Define network and switch latency; transmission time;
network segmentation with routers,
switches, and bridges



Explain the differences between Layer 2 and Layer 3 swi
tching



Define symmetric and asymmetric switching
and d
efine memory buffering



Compare and contrast store
-
and
-
forward and cut
-
through switching
and i
dentify and define
each forwarding mode



Understand the differences between hubs, bridges, and switches



Des
cribe the main functions of switches
and
the frame
-
filtering process
used by switches



Describe the process by which switches learn addresses



Define LAN segmentation and
microsegmentation with the use of switches



Compare and contrast collision and broadca
st domains



Describe the four major goals
and l
ist the k
ey considerations

of LAN design



Understand the steps in systematic LAN design



Understand the design issues associated with Layers 1


3 LAN structure, or topology



Describe the three
-
layer design mod
el
and i
dentify the functions of each layer of th
e three
-
layer
model



Identify the major components of a Catalyst switch

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Monitor switch activity and status with the use of LED indicators



Examine the switch bootup output with the use of HyperTerminal



Veri
fy the default settings of a Catalyst switch



Set an IP address and default gateway for the switch to allow connection and management over
a network



View the switch settings with a Web browser



Configure interfaces for speed and duplex operation



Examine
and manage the switch MAC address table



Configure port security



Manage configuration files and IOS images



Perform password recovery on a switch



Define redundancy and its importance in networking



Describe and identify the key elements, benefits and ris
ks of a redundant network topology



Define broadcast storms and describe their impact on switched networks



Identify causes and results of MAC address database instability



Describe the role of spanning
-
tree in a redundant
-
path switched network



Describe th
e process for root bridge election



List the spanning
-
tree states in order



Compare Spanning
-
Tree Protocol and Rapid Spanning
-
Tree Protocol



Define VLANs
and l
ist the benefits of VLANs



Explain how VLANs are used to create broadcast domains



Configure and v
erify static VLANs on a switch



Back
up VLAN switch configurations



Delete VLANs from a switch configuration



Define IEEE 802.1Q and Cisco ISL



Configure and verify a VLAN trunk



Define VTP and explain why VTP was developed



List and define the three VTP mod
es



Configure and verify VTP on an IOS
-
based switch



Explain why routers are necessary for inter
-
VLAN communication



Explain the difference between physical and logical interfaces



Configure inter
-
VLAN routing with subinterfaces on a router port

Instructio
nal Methods

This course teaches students through lectures, demonstrations, instructor
-
led discussions, and case
studies. Students are expected to complete required reading assignments prior to each lecture. Students
are expected to complete assigned homewo
rk during the week that follows that topic’s lecture and to
arrive prepared to discuss homework at the beginning of the following week’s class.

Students will develop practical skills implementing networks by watching instructor demonstrations,
participatin
g in instructor
-
led discussions and by completing homework assignments on network
simulation software that enables students to design and implement networks identical to those
implemented on physical network devices.

Students will be expected to apply the
skills and knowledge they have learned to a case study project.
The case study project will also require students to work as a member of an implementation team.

Course Policies

Course Syllabus:
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7

Attendance:
You are expected to attend classes regularly; unexcused absences ma
y result in a failing
grade. You are responsible for coordinating absences and the possibility of arranging to make up missed

work with the instructor prior to the absence.

If an unforeseen circumstance prevents you from attending class you are expected to

contact the
instructor via email or phone prior to the start of the next class.

If you are required to participate in either (a) military or (b) UAF
-
sponsored activities that will cause
you to miss class, you must notify your instructor as soon as possibl
e of your absence. You must notify
your instructor of all scheduled UAF
-
required absences for the semester (e.g., travel to athletic events)
during the first week of classes.

Late Assignments:

Late assignments will not be accepted unless pre
-
arranged with
the instructor.

Missed Exams:

There will be no opportunity to make up on
-
line exams except for pre
-
arranged
absences with the instructor. Make
-
up exams must be completed prior the next class meeting from
which the exam was given.

Important Dates:

Check the

UAF Academic Calendar for important dates related to fee payment,
class registration and last day to drop courses. The calendar can be viewed online at:
http://www.uaf.edu/catalog/current/acad_calendar.html

Plagiarism/Academic integrity:

Plagiarism and ch
eating are serious offenses and may result in failure
on exams, papers, projects, or courses.

Support Services

The
TVC
Student Assistance
and Advising
Center provides services that contribute to a successful
learning experience and transition to a career.
TVC Student Assistance and Advising C
enter
staff
recognizes the unique concerns of adult and returning students. Services include pre
-
admission advising,
academic assessment and placement advising, financial aid information and application, and assistance
with choosing a major.
Students can receive o
ngoing academic advising, degree planning and
assistance
with
course selection
s.

Services are available by appointment and on a walk
-
in basis.

Appointments can be scheduled by
calling 455
-
2800 or students can go

to the UAF Tanana Valley Campus Center, 604 Barnette Street,
room 110.

Disability Services

The Office of Disability Services implements the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and insures
that UAF students have equal access to the campus and course mat
erials. The office can be reached at
474
-
7043 or students can go to 203 WHIT on the UAF main campus. The instructor will work the
Office of Disability Services to provide reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities.

Evaluation:

Final grades are

calculated from the points earned in the following areas:

Chapter Assessments
................................
................................
................................
.............

25%

Chapter Assessments are designed to reinforce and measure retention of information covered in
reading assignments and in lecture.

Case Study

................................
................................
................................
..............................

25%

The case study project is de
signed to allow a student to integrate the student learning outcome
objectives defined for the class into a single project. Students will be provided a scenario and will be
required to prepare a set of recommendations, provide a materials list and a budget

for implementing
their recommendations, and a proposed logical and physical topology map of the network.

Final Exam

................................
................................
................................
..............................

50%

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The Final Exam is a comprehensive assessment of the student’s use and retention of course material
covered in weeks 1
-
15. Exam will con
sist of multiple choice and both written and scenario questions
designed to measure student competency in the student learning outcomes defined for this class.

Letter grades for the course will be determined as follows and will reflect the
Grading System a
nd
Grade Point Average Computation

policy stated in the current UAF Catalog.:

A

................................
................................
......................

90

100%

B

................................
................................
........................

80

89%

C

................................
................................
........................

70

79%

D

................................
................................
........................

60

69%

F
................................
................................
.................

less than 60%

Course Calendar:

The following course calendar provides a weekly schedule of major course topics, reading assignments,
homewo
rk assignments,
chapter assessments,

and exams. Students are expected to complete the
reading assignment prior to the week in which the assignment is listed. Homework assignments are to be
completed outside of schedule class time during the week after the
course topic has been covered in
class. Students should be prepared to discuss homework at the beginning of the following class.

Week 1


Basic Router Configuration and Subnetting Reveiw

Lecture Topics:

Basic router configuration review, including: hostnam
e, passwords, addressing,
interface descriptions, message of the day (motd) banner, and routing protocols; Review of
subnetting, including: subnet masks, network bits and host bits.

Homework:

Basic Router Configuration and Classful IP Addressing Exercise

W
eek 2


Introduction to
Classless Routing and RIPv2

Lecture Topics:

Calculating VLSM subnets; Address Aggregation and Rout Summarization;
RIPv2 Overview; Comparing RIPv1 and RIPv2; Configuring, Verifying, and Troubleshooting
RIPv2; RIPv1 and v2 compatibili
ty

Case Study Discussion:

Internetwork and
VLSM
IP Planning and Design Considerations

Reading Assignment:

Chapter
1

Introduction to
Classless Routing

Homework:

Chapter
1

Challenge Questions and Activities

Week 3


Link State Routing Protocols and OSPF Conc
epts

Lecture Topics:

Link State Routing Protocols; Comparing Link State and Distance Vector
Protocols; OSPF Overview; OSPF Terminology; Comparing OSPF and RIP; SPF Algorithm;
OSPF Neighbors, Router ID’s and Hello Packet Structure; OSPF Network Types; DR/BR
D
Election Process; OSPF Multicast Addresses

Chapter Assessments:

Chapter
1

Assessment

Reading Assignment:

Chapter
2

Single Area OSPF

Week 4


Implementing
and Verifying
Single Area OSPF Configurations

Lecture Topics:

Single Area OSPF Configurations, inclu
ding: OSPF routing process; Loopback
interfaces; OSPF priority; Cost metric calculation; Simple Authentication; Encrypted
Authentica
tion; OSPF timers; and Default Route Configuration and P
ro
pagation; Using Show and
Debug Commands to Verify OSPF Operation

H
omework:

Chapter
2

Challenge Questions and Activities

Course Syllabus:
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50

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Week 5


EIGRP and Routing Protocol Troubleshooting

Lecture Topics:

EIGRP

Overview,
EIGRP Terminology; EIGRP Design Features and
Technologies; EIGRP Data Structures; EIGRP Algorithm; EIGR
P

Configuratio
n; Configuring
EIGRP Summarization; Verifying EIGRP; Building Neighbor Tables; Troubleshooting Routing
Protocols

RIPv1 and v2, OSPF, and EIGRP

Chapter Assessments:

Chapter
2

Assessment

Reading Assignment:

Chapter
3 EIGRP

Homework:

Chapter
3

Challenge Quest
ions and Activities

Week 6


Network Design:
Routing Protocol Selection Considerations

Lecture Topics:

Comparing Routing Protocol Characteristics; Network Design Requirements and
Routing Protocol Selection.

Chapter Assessments:

Chapter
3

Assessment

Case St
udy Discussion:

Comparing and Selecting a
Router
Protocol for an Internetwork

Week
7



Ethernet/802.3 LANs and
Switching Concepts

Lecture Topics:

Ethernet/802.3 LANs; Network Congestion and Latency; Full
-
duplex
Transmitting; LAN Segmentation Overview; Segm
enting with Bridges; Segmentation with
Routers; Segmenting with Switches; Device Latency Bridges vs. Routers vs. Switches; Symmetric
and asymmetric switching; Switching Methods; Switch Operation Overview; Ethernet switches
Functions; Learning Addresses and

Filtering Frames; Microsegmentation; Switches and Collision
Domains; Switches and Broadcast Domains

Reading Assignment:

Chapter
4 Switching Concepts

Homework:

Chapter 4

Challenge Questions and Activities

Week
8



LAN Desig
n and Switch Selection

Lecture To
pics:

LAN Design Overview; LAN Design Goals; LAN Design Considerations; LAN
Design Methodology; Layer 1 Design; Layer 2 Design; Layer 3 Design; 3
-
layer Hierachichal
LAN Design; Access Layer Overview; Access Layer Switches; Distribution Layer Overview;
Dis
tribution Layer Switches; Core Layer Overview; Core Layer Switches

Chapter Assessments:

Chapter
4

Assessment

Reading Assignment:

Chapter
5
LAN Design and Switches

Homework:

Chapter 5 Challenge Questions and Activities

Week
9



Switch Configuration and Main
tenance

Lecture Topics:

Switch Start
-
up Process; Switch LED Indicators; Verifying Port LEDs during
Switch POST; Switch CLI Help System; Switch Command Modes; Switch Configuration;
Managing the MAC Address Table; Configuring Static MAC Addresses; Configurin
g Port
Security; Executing Adds, Moves, and Changes; Managing the Switch IOS; Switch Password
Recovery

Chapter Assessments:

Chapter 5 Assessment

Reading Assignment:

Chapter 6
Switch Configuration

Homework:

Chapter 6 Challenge Questions and Activities

Week
10



Redundant LAN Topologies and Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) Operation

Lecture Topics:

Overview of Redundant Topologies; Benefits of Redundant Topologies; Risks of
Redundant Topologies; STP Overview, Bridge Protocol Data Units (BPDUs); Root Bridge
Select
ion Process; STP Port States; Rapid STP Overview.

Chapter Assessments:

Chapter 6 Assessment

Course Syllabus:
CIOS 2
50

Intermediate Routing and LAN Infrastructure


page
8

of
7

Reading Assignment:

Chapter 7
Spanning Tree Protocol

Homework:

Chapter 7 Challenge Questions and Activities

Week
11



Virtual LAN (VLAN), part 1: Concepts

Lecture T
opics:

Broadcast Domains; Physical vs. Logical Segmentation; Traditional vs. VLAN
Segmentation; Overview of VLANs; VLANs and Interconnecting Switches; VLAN Trunking
Methods; VLAN Types; VLAN Benefits;

Chapter Assessments:

Chapter 7 Assessment

Reading Assi
gnment:

Chapter 8
Virtual LANs

Week 1
2



Virtual LAN (VLAN),

part 2: Implementation and Troubleshooting

Lecture Topics:

Implementing Static VLANs; Backing
-
up VLAN Configurations; Removing and
Modifying VLAN Assignments; Deleting VLAN Configurations; Troubl
eshooting VLANs.

Case Study Discussion:

VLAN Planning


Logical and Physical Infrastructure Design

Homework:

Chapter
8

Challenge Questions and Activities

Week 1
3



VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP)

Lecture Topics:

Trunking Overview; Trunking with ISL; Trunking
with 802.1Q; VTP Client and
Server Configuration; Configuring Inter
-
VLAN Routing

Chapter Assessments:

Chapter 8 Assessment

Reading Assignment:

Chapter 9
VLAN Trunking Protocol

Homework:

Chapter 9 Challenge Questions and Activities

Week 14


Case Study Team

Implementation

Case Study Discussion:

Team Implementation of Case Study

Chapter Assessments:

Chapter
9

Assessment

Homework:

Reflective Paper Based on Team Implementation of Case Study

Week 15


Final Exam

Comprehensive assessment of the student’s use and
retention of course material covered in weeks
1
-
14 Exam will consist of multiple choice and both written and scenario questions designed to
measure student competency in the student learning outcomes defined for this class.