COURSE SYLLABUS COLLEGEWIDE COURSE OUTLINE OF RECORD COURSE TITLENUMBER/SECTION

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COURSE SYLLABUS




COLLEGEWIDE COURSE OUTLI
NE OF RECORD


COURSE TITLE
:
Network Fundamentals


NUMBER
/SECTION
: CINT 121


CONTACT INFORMATION


Instructor

First Name:


Susan

Last Name:


Cartwright

Phone Number:


812
-
265
-
2580 Ext 4151

Email (Ivy Tech Email
):

scartwri@ivytech.edu


Office/Campus Location:

Madison Campus Office 2555

Office Hours:


Monday 1
1
:00
-
6:00 Tuesday 1
0
:00
-
12
:00

Thursday 10:00
-
3:00

Instructor’s Supervisor

First Name:


Joe

Last Name:


Moore

Phone Number:


812
-
265
-
2580

Email (Ivy Tech Emai
l):

ljmoore@ivytech.edu


Office/Campus Location:

Madison




PREREQUISITES
:
CI
N
T 106 Micro Computer Operating Systems

DIVISION
: Business

PROGRAM
: Computer Information
Technology

CREDIT HOURS
: 3

CONTACT HOURS
: 3

DATE OF LAST REVISION
:
Summer 2010

EFFECT
IVE DATE OF THIS REVISION
: Fall 200
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CATALOG DESCRIPTION
:
This course is designed to be a study of local area networks,
their topologies and their functions and provides a general understanding of the basic LAN
protocols. Topics covered include: fu
ndamental concepts and terminology, the IEEE/ISO
Logical Link Control standard, construction of a LAN, and LAN data links for internet works.

MAJOR COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES
: Upon successful completion of this course
the student will be expected to:


1.
Recognize logical or physical network topologies given a schematic diagram or

description.

2. Specify the main features of 802.3 (Ethernet), 802.5 (token ring), 802.11b (wireless), and

FDDI networking technologies.

3. Specify the characteristics (e.g., spe
ed, length, topology, cable type, etc.) of the various

networking media types.

4. Recognize media connectors and/or describe their uses.


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5. Choose the appropriate media type and connectors to add a client to an existing network.

6. Identify the purpose, fe
atures and functions of network components.

7. Given an example identify a MAC address.

8. Identify the seven layers of the OSI model and their functions.

9. Differentiate between network protocols in terms of routing, addressing schemes,

interoperability,

and naming conventions.

10. Identify the OSI layers at which networking components operate.

11. Define the purpose, function and/or use of all the protocols with in the TCP/IP suite.

12. Define the function of TCP/UDP ports. Identify well
-
known ports.

13.

Identify the purpose of network services such as DHCP, DNS, NAT, WINS.

14. Identify IP addresses (Ipv4, Ipv6) and their default subnet masks.

15. Identify the purpose of subnetting and default gateways.

16. Identify the differences between public vs. priv
ate networks.

17. Identify the basic characteristics of WAN technologies.

18. Define the function of remote access protocols and services.

19. Identify security protocols and describe their purpose and function.

20. Identify the basic capabilities (i.e. cl
ient support, interoperability, authentication, file and

print services, application support, and security) of server operating systems such as

UNIX/Linux, Netware, Windows, and Macintosh.

21. Identify the basic capabilities of client workstations (i.e., c
lient connectivity, local

security
mechanisms, and authentication).

22. Identify the main characteristics of VLANs.

23. Identify the main characteristics of network attached storage.

24. Identify the purpose and characteristics of fault tolerance.

25. Iden
tify the purpose and characteristics of disaster recovery.

26. Given a remote connectivity scenario (e.g., IP, IPX, dial
-
up, PPPoE, authentication,

physical connectivity, etc.) configure the connection.

27. Identify the purpose, benefits and characteristic
s of using a firewall.

28. Identify the purpose, benefits and characteristics of using a proxy.

29. Given a scenario, predict the impact of a particular security implementation on network

functionality (e.g., blocking port numbers, encryption, etc.).

30. G
iven a network configuration, select the appropriate NIC and network configuration

settings (DHCP, DNS, WINS, protocols, NETBIOS, host name, etc.).

31. Given a troubleshooting scenario, select the appropriate TCP/IP utility.

32. Given a troubleshooting sce
nario involving a small office/home office network failure

(e.g., xDSL, cable, home satellite, wireless, POTS), identify the cause of the failure.

33. Given a troubleshooting scenario involving a remote connectivity problem (e.g.,

authentication failure, p
rotocol configuration, physical connectivity) identify the cause of

the problem.

34. Given specific parameters, configure a client to connect to a server running an identified

NOS.

35. Given a wiring task, select the appropriate tool (e.g., wire crimper, m
edia tester/certifier,

punch down tool, tone generator, optical tester, etc.

36. Given a network scenario interpret visual indicators (e.g., link lights, collision lights, etc.)

to
determine the nature of the problem.

37. Given a scenario, predict the impa
ct of modifying, adding, or removing network services

(e.g., DHCP, DNS, WINS, etc.) on network resources and users.

38. Given a network problem scenario, select an appropriate course of action based on a


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general troubleshooting strategy.

39. Given a troubl
eshooting scenario involving a network with a particular physical topology

(i.e., bus, star/hierarchical, mesh, ring and wireless) and including a network diagram,

identify
the network area effected and the cause of the problem.

40. Given a network
-
trouble
shooting scenario involving a client connectivity problem (e.g.,

incorrect protocol/client software/authentication configuration, or insufficient

right/permission),
identify the cause of the problem.

41. Given a network
-
troubleshooting scenario involving a

wiring/infrastructure problem,

identify the cause of the problem.



COURSE CONTENT
: Topical areas of study include



Standards and the OSI Model

Protocols

Transmission Basics and Networking Media

Physical and Logical Topologies

Network Hardware

Wans a
nd Remote Connectivity

Network Operating Systems

TCP/IP

Trouble Shooting

Maintaining and Upgrading

Integrity and Availability

Security



ACADEMIC HONESTY STA
TEMENT


The College is committed to academic integrity in all its practices. The faculty value

intellectual integrity and a high standard of academic conduct. Activities that violate
academic integrity undermine the quality and diminish the value of educational achievement.


Cheating on papers, tests or other academic works is a violation of Colle
ge rules. No student
shall engage in behavior that, in the judgment of the instructor of the class, may be construed
as cheating. This may include, but is not limited to, plagiarism or other forms of academic
dishonesty such as the acquisition without pe
rmission of tests or other academic materials
and/or distribution of these materials and other academic work. This includes students who
aid and abet as well as those who attempt such behavior.


Consequences of Dishonest Behavior:

Students found behaving

dishonestly, as defined above, may receive a score of zero for the
academic work in question or a score of zero, a grade of F, for the course, at the discretion of
the course instructor. If the student chooses to dispute the action, he/she may appeal to t
he
Student Status Committee (see Student Handbook) Due Process Procedures for Student
Conduct Violations
--
for more information regarding student rights.)


COPYRIGHT STATEMENT

Students shall adhere to the laws governing the use of copyrighted

materials. T
hey must
insure that their activities comply with fair use

and in no way infringe on the copyright or other
proprietary rights of

others and that the materials used and developed at Ivy Tech
Community

College contain nothing unlawful, unethical, or libelou
s and do not

constitute any
violation of any right of privacy.





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ADA STATEMENT

Ivy Tech State College seeks to provide effective services and accommodations for qualified
individuals with documented disabilities. If you need an accommodation because of
a
documented disability, you are required to register with Disability Support Services (DSS) at
the beginning of the semester by contacting your
originating

campus DSS coordinator.


THE COLLEGE RETAINS
THE PREROGATIVE OF C
HANGING OR ADJUSTING

THE
COURSE S
YLLABUS TO BEST ACCO
MMODATE THE PACE OF
PROGRESSION AND

THE NEEDS OF THE STU
DENTS.



REQUIRED
TEXTBOOK:


Tamara Dean,
Network+ Guide to Networks
, 5
th

Edition. Course Technology
-

Cengage
Learning, 2010
.

ISBN:
9781423902454

LabSim for Network+
Third

Editio
n, Enhanced
, TestOut
; ISBN
9781935080336


HOW TO OBTAIN YOUR TEXTBOOK:

To order the texts required for this class, go to
www.ivytech.bkstr.com

and follow the
instructions there.


SPECIAL TECHNOLOGY NEEDS

Becaus
e this is a web
-
based course, it is expected that all students who enroll in the course
have Internet access and a basic understanding of computer use (e.g., using e
-
mail, sending
attachments via e
-
mail, using web browsers, using word processing software s
uch as
Microsoft Word). Also, it is expected that all students will regularly check their Ivy Tech e
-
mail
accounts (located in Campus Connect). Within 48 hours is recommended. This is the
PRIMARY method the instructor will utilize for contact with you.


Please visit the Distance Learning Web site at:
http://www.ivytech.edu/distance/what
-
do
-
i
-
need.html

for more information related to technology requirements for online courses. Check
with

the nearest campus bookstore for educational pricing if additional software is required
for this course.


COMMUNICATIONS

All students m
ay

use the
EMAIL
function of the course for course related communications.
You can send email from within the course
or by going directly to your email inside Campus
Connect.


You may also directly use my email address.
Additionally, I am on Pronto during
my office hours. I am very bad about responding to phone calls and messages, but I am on
email 7 days a week. If
you want to speak with me, email me with your telephone number and
I will call.


COMPUTER DOWNLOADS

Please visit the
Click for Help

tab for information about computer downloads. This link
provides you with important computer information, including securit
y software, viewer software


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for users without Microsoft products, adobe reader, flash player, java, and more.
http://www.ivytech.edu/helpdesk/tech/downloads.html

COURSE REQUIREMENTS

Rem
ember, the Course Calendar is a good way to stay on top of course due dates. Refer to it
often. All work must be submitted by the date and time posted in the course calendar.


All
times given in this course are Eastern Standard Time.


AM I REQURED TO COME

TO CAMPUS FOR THIS COURSE?

No, you do not have to come to campus for this course. There are no activities, labs, or
assessments that require you come to campus.


OPTIONAL CAMPUS SUPPORT

You are welcome to use the services and equipment available at the I
vy Tech Campus most
convenient to you. Services include academic advising, equipment, libraries, and tutoring.
Please locate the Ivy Tech campus most convenient to you at
http://ivytech.edu/campuses/



VIRTUAL

LIBRARY

The Ivy Tech Virtual Library is available to students on
-
and off
-
campus, offering full text
journals, books, and other resources essential for course assignments.


The Virtual Library
can be accessed in several ways: from the “Virtual Library” tab

in Blackboard, and from the
“Library” tab in Campus Connect.



METHODS OF INS
TRUCTIONAL DELIVERY


INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD

This is an online distance
-
learning course. Each week’s assignments and readings are
displayed on the Course Calendar, accessed from the

“Syllabus” menu button on Blackboard.
It takes a great deal of discipline, self
-
motivation and effective time management skills to
successfully complete an online course. Many students find it helpful to set aside specific
times each week to work on cours
e assignments.



INSTRUCTOR COMMITMENT


Ivy Tech Community College instructors are committed to responding to students within two
business days.



KEYS TO STUDENT SUCCESS
:

1.

READ



Please
thoroughly

read everything (assignments, quiz instructions, discussi
on
postings, e
-
mails, etc.) Due to the fact that this is an online course, reading everything
is a number one
priority
, o
therwise you
will

miss something important


2.

COMMUNICATE
!


Communicate not only with your instructor but also your fellow
classmates.

Do not hesitate to contact your instructor on the phone if you are in need
of assistance or clarification.

Please note that all emails
to the instructor
will be

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answered within 2 business days
, but usually are answered in less than 24
hours
.


3.

RESPECT



R
espect the thoughts and ideas of your fellow classmates. Remember
the rules of Netiquette while participation in the class


4.

COMPLETE ALL ASSIGN
MENTS



The assignments in this course are for you
benefit and learning.


5.

KNOW WHEN TO ASK FOR HELP



If you are

confused, ask for
help

from either you
peers or your instructor IMMEDIATELY.


6.

PROCRASTINATION



Always attempt to do the work as soon as it is available. No
matter how many times you think you will do it the day before, something is sure to
happen. It i
s very easy to get behind in an online course.


GRADES

All grades will be maintained in Blackboard’s online grade book. Students are responsible to
track their progress by referring to the online grade book.


ATTENDANCE POLICY

With an online course, at
tendance is measured is through participation in the weekly
assignments and through tests. If you do not participate in a given week, then you are not
"attending" and are absent.


If you do not participate or “attend” for
the first
two

weeks, you may be d
ropped from the
course

for “never attended”
. Please know that losing your Internet connection at home or work
does not mean that you can use this as an excuse for work not completed. The beauty of
online education is that you can access your course from an
y Internet connection point (i.e.
college campuses, local libraries, and even Internet Cafe's) 24 hours a day
.
As computer
students, you need to constantly be saving and creating backups of your files.


MAKE
-
UP POLICY

If you have a SERIOUS problem that c
an be documented/verified and that keeps you from
submitting a paper or test on time, please contact your professor immediately. The professor
will determine if the seriousness of your problem warrants an exception to the late assignment
rule. Late assignm
ents will be assigned a grade of “0” unless you have received prior
approval from the Professor. There are No make
-
ups for discussion boards.



If, however, you have planned events (vacation, wedding, birth of a child, surgery, etc.), you
can work ahead o
n assignments with prior approval of the professor. In all cases,
communication with the professor in advance is desired, whenever possible.)


You are responsible for timely assignment submission. Should your personal computer
system or network go down,
you must still turn in your work in a timely manner. Don’t wait until
the last minute. Plan ahead by seeking alternative means for submitting your work before you
need to. Local libraries and all Ivy Tech Community College campuses can serve as

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alternative

resources. Contact your campus or other public lab for schedules and Internet
availability. Not having access to the required software on your home or work computer is
NOT

a legitimate excuse for turning in homework late.


STUDENT WITHDRAWAL

From the begi
nning of the second week to the end of the week marking the completion of 75
percent of the course, a student may withdraw from a course by filing a change of enrollment
form at the Registrar’s Office. (Students may be eligible for a full or partial refu
nd of fees.)
Records of students withdrawing from courses indicate a “W” status rather than a grade when
the withdrawal process is completed. Withdrawal is complete when the necessary forms have
been submitted to the Office of the Registrar. A student who
ceases to attend class after the
last day to withdraw will receive a grade commensurate with course requirements. Note:
Withdrawing from class may affect or cancel financial assistance. Students receiving financial
assistance should check with the Financia
l Aid office before withdrawal from a course or
courses.



LAST DAY TO WITHDRAW

If you wish to withdraw from this course, you are responsible for completing an official
withdrawal form with the registrar.
The last day to withdraw from this course is
July 1
6th.


RIGHT OF REVISION

The college reserves the right to change any statements, policies or scheduling as necessary.
Students will be informed promptly of any and all changes.


METHOD(S) OF EVALUATION


TEST REQUIREMENTS

Your

exams
are available and
may be

taken early. All tests are due on the Friday due date.
You will have only one attempt to take the exam within the allotted time, so you need to allow
yourself ample time before starting the exam. The exams will be automatically graded, and the

grades post
ed to the grade book
. Let me know if you have a problem with your online
connection
. IMPORTANT: Your final exam is
125 questions at 2 pts each. It will take
much of the 4 hours allotted to the exam. Take this exam by the due date. It is very
difficu
lt to pass this course without the exam. It is 250 pts. I WILL NOT ACCEPT
LATE WORK.


PROCTORING INFORMATION

No proctoring is necessary.


COURSE EVALUATION


Grading Scale

-

The Grading Scale for this course is:


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90
%


100
%
= A







80
%


89% = B






70
%


79
% = C





60
%


69% = D






0%



59% = F

Grading Policy


Points Possible


Graded Assignments

1
35

Discussion Board

150

Chapter
Quizzes

3
40

Weekly Assignments
(Hands
-
On and Case
Projects)

125

Exams

(three)

250

Final Exam

or Certificatio
n




Total Points 1
0
0
0






You may check your homework grades at any time on the
Distance Learning
\

Blackboard

website. Use the My

Grades

button. This

will list your completed grades and outstanding
grades.

Final grades

will not be mailed to studen
ts. You may access your grades through
Campus Connect via the "Online Student & Faculty Services" channel.


ASSIGNMENTS

All
assignments are currently available and may be completed early. Friday's are your due
dates.



Discussion Board Assignments are du
e during the time frame designated for the discussion
period. Late discussion board postings will not be accepted.


50% will be deducted from all assignments
(
Chapter Homework and Case Projects

with
the exception of Discussion Board Assignments)

turned in
the first week after the due
date. Any assignments turned in later will not be accepted and will have a score of
zero.

Extenuating circumstances will be dealt with on a case by case basis.


P
roper grammar and punctuation will be assumed as basic skills
previously learned. Spell
checkers and grammar checkers ar
e available in the Microsoft Office application software
.

All written assignments are subject to scrutiny by plagiarism checking tools.


TESTS

There are
four

tests in this course
.


Each of these t
ests will be timed.

There is no
restriction on using your text, but keep in mind that it takes much longer to look up information,
and your time will be restricted.
If you do not take the exam during the assigned period, it will
be counted as late.
All m
akeup exams must be taken no later than the first week after

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the due date. They will automatically receive a 50% deduction in grade.

Extenuating
circumstances will be dealt with on a case by case basis.


INAPPROPRIATE USE OF

COLLEGE COMPUTERS

Theft or ot
her abuse of computer time is against college rules, which include but are not
limited to:



unauthorized entry into a file, to use, read, or change the contents or for any other purpose



unauthorized transfer of a file



unauthorized use of another user's iden
tification and password



use of computing facilities to interfere with the work of another student, faculty member or
college official



use of computing facilities to send, receive, or view obscene or abusive messages



use of computing facilities to interfere

with normal operation of the college computing
system



use of computing facilities for student's personal benefit



unauthorized use of college owned computer resources to prepare or print work for
commercial purposes


Grievance Procedure:

The informal griev
ance procedures are designed to accomplish a quick resolution that is
most expeditious and effective.




The student shall initiate the informal process with the student working one
-
on
-
one with
appropriate faculty

or staff and must be started within 30 calen
dar days of the incident.(
See
below
)



Students must bring to the
attention of their instructor
… legitimate complaints
perceived by them.



A conference will be scheduled within 5 working days.



A student who feels that the conference would be futile (because
of the involvement of the
persons mentioned)…should bring the grievance in writing to the supervisor of that
area.(
See below
)



If the grievance is not resolved with an instructor, the student may request a conference
with a …
program chair

and then the
divis
ion chair.



Next, the student may elect to request a conference with … the Chief Academic Officer


Dean of Academic Affairs
.



If a student is not satisfied with the results of the informal process, the student may
proceed with the formal grievance as des
cribed … in the student handbook, pages 23
and 24.


It is important that as a student you note the above steps of approaching the instructor, then
the program and/or division chair, then the Dean when recommended
-

with any grievance.
The program or divis
ion chair will decide with you when it is appropriate to approach the
Dean of Academic Affairs. However, note that Student Affairs is not the place to begin the
process and may only delay necessary action in your behalf. Please be sure to
follow the

corr
ect

path of contact in order to validate your position.


Your last date to withdraw from the course is
November
1
2
th
.


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THE SEMESTER ENDS
DECEMBER 19
TH

NO WORK WILL BE ACCE
PTED AFTER
THAT DATE


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COURSE CALENDAR WITH

DUE DATES


Sessions

Readings

Assignments /
Assessments

Due
Dates


1


Ch 1: An
Introduction to
Networking


Introduction to Blackboard Website and
Online Course Orientation

At your course Distance Learning
\

Blackboard web site, click
on the CINT 121 link to enter it. Click on the Class Sessions
Bu
tton on the left side of the screen. Click on the link titled
"Session 1".

You will see many links to resources that will help you succeed
in this course. Please follow the directions and read through the
information listed there for this session.

Click o
n the Syllabus Button to read your syllabus information

Click on the Discussion Button for access to your course
discussion forums. Post a new message (thread) at the
discussion board Let’s Get to Know Each Other.

Discussion Board:

Let's Get to Know Each O
ther (0 pts)

Hands
-
On
: Do all sections of LabSim 0.0 (5 pts)

Case Project
: Do Case Project 1
-
1. Write your answer using
200
-
300 words. (20 pts)

Chapter Quiz
:


(10 pts)


Week
1

Fri
Aug
27


2


Ch 2: Networking
Standards and the
OSI Model

Ch 3: Transmission

Basics and
Networking Media

Discussion Board
: Standards Organizations (20 pts)

Hands
-
On
:

Do LabSim 1.5 and all sections of LabSim 2.x (30
pts)

Case Project
: Do Case Project 3
-
1. Write your answer using
200
-
300 words (20 pts)

Chapter Quiz
:


(20 pts)


Wee
k
1

Fri
Sept 3


3


Ch 4: Introduction to
TCP/IP Protocols

Hands
-
On
: Do LabSim 1.3

(10 pts)

Case Project
: Do Case Project 4
-
2. Write your answer using
200
-
300 words (15 pts)

Chapter Quiz
:


(10 pts)


Week
2

Fri
Sept
10


4


Exam over chapters
1
-
4

Ch 5: To
pologies
and Ethernet
Standards


Exam
:

42 questions (42 pts)

Hands
-
On
: Do all sections of LabSim 1.x
(
except

1.3 and 1.5) and 4.x (10 pts)

Chapter Quiz
:


(10 pts)


Week
2

Fri
Sept
17


12



5


Ch 6: Network
Hardware

Discussion Board
: Home Networks (25 pts)

H
ands
-
On
: Do all sections of LabSim 3.x (10 pts)

Case Project
: Do Case Project 6
-
2. You can use PowerPoint or
a flow
-
charting program. If you are using a specialized flow
-
charting program, make sure you can save it as a PDF. (15 pts)

Chapter Quiz
:


(10 pts
)


Week

Fri
Sept
24


6


Ch 7: WANs and
Remote
Connectivity

Hands
-
On
: Do all sections of LabSim 7.x (10 pts)

Case Project
: Do Case Project 7
-
1. Write your answer using
200
-
300 words (15 pts)

Chapter Quiz
:


(10 pts)


Week
3


Fri
Oct
1


7


Ch 8: Wireless
Networking


Discussion Board
: Read Case Project 8
-
1 and answer the
questions and discuss with your classmates and the instructor
(25 pts)

Hands
-
On
: Do all sections of LabSim 6.x (10 pts)

Chapter Quiz
:


(10 pts)


Week
4

Fri

Oct
8


8


Exam over chapters
5
-
8


Ch 9: Network
Operating Systems



Exam
:

42 questions

(42 pts)
-



Discussion Board
: Read Case Project 9
-
2. and answer the
questions and discuss with your classmates and the instructor
(25 pts)

Chapter Quiz
:


(10 pts)


Week
4

Fri
Oct
15


9


Ch 10:
In
-
Depth
TCP/IP Networking



Hands
-
On
: Do all sections of LabSim 5.x (10 pts)

Case Project
: Do Case Project 10
-
1. Write your answer using
150
-
300 words and use either PowerPoint or a flow
-
charting
program for the diagram (15 pts)

Chapter Quiz
:


(10 pts)


Week
5


Fri
Oct
22


10


Ch 11: Voice and
Video Over IP



Discussion Board
: Skype (20 pts)

Case Project
: Do Case Project 11
-
3. Write your answer using
150
-
300 words and use either PowerPoint or a flow
-
charting
program for the diagram (25 pts)

Chapter Quiz
:



(10 pts)


Week
5

Fri
Oct
29


11


Ch 12: Network
Security

Hands
-
On
: Do all sections of LabSim 8.x (14 pts)


Project
:

Do Case Project 12
-
3 on page 633. Write your answer using at

Week
6

Fri
Nov
5


13


least 300
-
500 words.

(25 pts)

You must provide references.

Chapter Quiz
:


(10 pts)


12


Exam over Chapters
9
-
12

Exam
:

42 questions (42 points)



Case Project due Session 15:

Research network
diagramming products on the market and write a two page
report of your findings. The research should include three
products and a comparison of the technical specifications, ease
of use (if available), price, availability, and product ratings (if
available). Use MLA format. Refer to the Resources link in your
class for MLA formatting assistance. Submit using link in
se
ssion 15.


Week
6

Fri
Nov
12


13


Ch 13:
Troubleshooting
Network Problems

Hands
-
On
: Do all sections of LabSim 10.x (15 pts)

Case Project
: Do Case Project 13
-
5. Write your answer using
200
-
300 words (15 pts)

Chapter Quiz
:


(10 pts)


Week
7

Fri
Nov
19


14


Ch 14: Ensuring
Integrity and
Availability

Discussion Board:

Malware (20)

Chapter Quiz
:


(10 pts)


Week

Fri
Dec 3


15


Ch 15: Network
Management

Hands
-
On
: Do all sections of LabSim 9.x (25 pts)

Case Project
: Research network diagramming products on th
e
market and write a two page report of your findings. The
research should include three products and a comparison of the
technical specifications, ease of use (if available), price,
availability, and product ratings (if available). Use MLA format.
Refer t
o the Resources link in your class for MLA formatting
assistance. (25 pts)

Chapter Quiz
:


(10 pts)


Week
8


Fri
Dec
10


16

Final Exam


Exam:

Comprehensive Final or Certification Exam


42 points dedicated to chapter 13
-
15, with the remaining
questions co
vering the entire text (250 pts)
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Week
8

Fri
Dec
17