Course Computer Networks

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Fatih University

Faculty of Engineering

Department of Computer Engineering

Course Computer Networks


I. COURSE DESCRIPTION

Course Code:

CENG 362

Course Name:

Computer Networks


Course
Objectives
:

OSI referans model
, Internet ve TCP/I
P. Application layer protocols: HTTP, FTP, SMTP, POP3 and
DNS. Soket programming, transport layer protocols, flow and congestion control, network layer ve IP protocol, addressing,
packet forwarding/routing,
data link layer functions/protocols, local area networks (LANs)
.







Instructor:

Dr Lami Kaya






E
-
mail
:
LamiKaya@gmail.com


Teaching Assistant:

Melek Oktay, Mehmet Cokyılmaz, Musa Karakaş


Textbook:


Computer Networks and Internets, 5/e”, By Douglas Comer, Prentice
-
Hall,

References and Other Materials:


“Computer Networking
”, Kur
ose & Ross, Addison
-
Wesley,

“Computer Networks
”, Andrew S
. Tanenbaum, Prentice
-
Hall,

“Data Co
mmunications and Networking
”, B
. A. Forouzan, McGraw
-
Hill,


II. COURSE CONTENTS

1.

PART I: Introduction And Internet Applications
;

Introduction And Overview, Internet Trends, Internet Applications And Network Programming, Tr
aditional
Internet Applications



2.

PART II: Data Communication B
asics
;

Overview Of Data Communications, Information Sources And Signals, Transmission Media, Reliability And
Channel Coding, Transmission Modes, Modulation And Modems, Multiplexing And De
-
multiplexing
(Channelization), Access An
d Interconnection Technolog
ies



3.

PART III: Packet Switching And Network Technologies
;

Local Area Networks: Packets, Frames, And Topologies,

The IEEE MAC Sub
-
Layer
,
Wired LAN Technology
(Ethernet), Wireless Networking Technologies, LAN Extensions: Fiber Modems, Repeaters, Bridges, an
d
Switches, WAN Technologies And Dynamic Routing, Networking Technologies Past And Present




4.

PART IV: Internetworking
;

Internetworking: Concepts, Architecture, and Protocols, IP: Internet Addressing, Datagram Forwarding, Support
Protocols And Technologies
, The Future IP (IPv6),
UDP: Datagram Transport Service
, TCP: Reliable Transport
Service

, Internet Routing And Routing Protocols




5.

PART V: Other Networking Concepts & Technologies
;

Network Performance (QoS and DiffServ), Multimedia And IP Telephony (VoIP
), Network Security, Network
Management (SNMP), Trends In Networking Technologies And Uses



III. EXAM DATES, GRADING POLICY AND ATTENDANCE

Grading Policy

Midterm



25 %



Final Exam



35 %

Practical Part (Lab Related) 40 %

Labs & Reports


15 %

Lab Programming Project

10 %

Lab Pop
-
Quiz



5 %

Lab Final


10 %


Mid
-
Term :
16 April 2010 (Friday),

lecture time

Final Exam: In the Final Week


Attendance to lectures is compulsory.