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ISO 9001 : 2008



SY
L
LABUS

FORM


Doc. No

FRM/KUL/01/02

Revision No

4

Date of
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ssue

October

01
st

, 2011

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1.

Faculty

: Computer Science

2.

Study

Program

: Diploma Computer Engineering


Grade

: Diploma III

3.

Subject

: Networking Management

4.

Cod
e

:


5.

Credit
s

:

4

6.

Prerequisite

:


7.

Status

of Subject

:


8.

Description

:

The primary focus of this course is on LAN switching and wireless LANs. The goal is to develop an
understanding of how a switch communicates with other switches and routers in a small
-

o
r medium
-
sized
business network to implement VLAN segmentation.

9.

Competencies

:

Expected order for students to have knowledge about basic concepts of LAN switching and wireless LANs

Implementasi. Switching technologies are relatively straightforward to impl
ement; however, as with routing,
the underlying protocols and algorithms are often quite complicated.


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Irwansyah
,
M.M
.,M.Kom

Irwansyah,
M.M
.,M.Kom

M. Izman Herdiansyah
, P.hD



ISO 9001 : 2008



SY
L
LABUS

FORM


Doc. No

FRM/KUL/01/02

Revision No

4

Date of
I
ssue

October

01
st

, 2011

ISO

7.5.1

&

7







2


10.

Implementation Process


of weekly learning time :



No

Topics

Sub

Topics

References

Explanation

1

LAN Design

-

Switched LAN Architecture

-

Matching Switche
s to Specific LAN
Functions

-

Chapter Labs

-

CCNA Exploration 3


-

Steven Kieffer, SECURING
CISCO ROUTERS, © Network
System Architects, Inc, 2002

2 x

2

Basic Switch
Concepts and
Configuration

-

Ethernet/802.3 Lans

-

Forwarding Frames Using a Switch

-

Switch Managem
ent Configuration

-

Configure Switch Security

-

CCNA Exploration 3


-

Steven Kieffer, SECURING
CISCO ROUTERS, © Network
System Architects, Inc, 2002

2 x

3

VLANS

-

Introducing VLANS

-

VLAN Trunking

-

Configure Vlans and Trunks

-

Troubleshooting VLANS and Trunks


-

CCNA E
xploration 3


-

Steven Kieffer, SECURING
CISCO ROUTERS, © Network
System Architects, Inc, 2002

2 x

4

VTP

-

VTP Concepts

-

VTP Operation

-

Configure VTP


-

CCNA Exploration 3


-

Steven Kieffer, SECURING
CISCO ROUTERS, © Network
System Architects, Inc, 2002

2 x

5

Qu
iz




6

STP

-

Redundant Layer 2 Topologies

-

Introduction to STP

-

STP Convergence

-

CCNA Exploration 3


-

Steven Kieffer, SECURING
CISCO ROUTERS, © Network
2 x


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L
LABUS

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FRM/KUL/01/02

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ssue

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7

Inter
-
Vlan Routing

-

Intriduction

-

Inter
-
Vlan Routing

-

Interface and Sub
interface


-

CCNA Exploration 3


-

Steven Kieffer, SECURING
CISCO ROUTERS, © Network
System Architects, Inc, 2002

2 x

8

Inter
-
Vlan Routing

-

Configuring Inter
-
Vlan Routing

-

Router On a Stick Inter Vlan Routing

-

Troubleshooting Inter
-
Vlan Routing

-

CCNA Exploration

3


-

Steven Kieffer, SECURING
CISCO ROUTERS, © Network
System Architects, Inc, 2002

2 x

9

MID




10

Basic Wireless
Concept and
Configuration

-

Introduction Chapter

-

The Wireless LAN

-

Comparing Wlan to a lan

-

CCNA Exploration 3


-

Steven Kieffer, SECURING
CISCO
ROUTERS, © Network
System Architects, Inc, 2002

2 x

11

Basic Wireless
Concept and
Configuration

-

Wireless LAN Standards

-

Wireless Infrastructure Components

-

Wireless Operation

-

CCNA Exploration 3


-

Steven Kieffer, SECURING
CISCO ROUTERS, © Network
System Arch
itects, Inc, 2002

2 x

12

Planning The Wireless

-

Activity LABs



-

CCNA Exploration 3


-

Steven Kieffer, SECURING
CISCO ROUTERS, © Network
System Architects, Inc, 2002

2 x

13

Wireless LAN
Security

-

Threats to Wireless Security

-

Wireless Security Protocols

-

Secu
ring a Wireless Lan

-

CCNA Exploration 3


-

Steven Kieffer, SECURING
CISCO ROUTERS, © Network
2 x


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SY
L
LABUS

FORM


Doc. No

FRM/KUL/01/02

Revision No

4

Date of
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ssue

October

01
st

, 2011

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UAS





11.

Evaluation

:

(
contains ways to evaluate to determine the final value of courses
).



Grading Components:

-

Assigment:(15
%)

At each meeting to give students the task of training tailored to the course material. Exercise can be given an essay, sent s
tudents to the front of
the class and send an e
-
m
ail
.

-

Quiz

:(15%)

-

Mid Exam

: (30%)

-

Final Exam

: (40%)


12.

Refferences :


-

CCNA Exploration 3

-


Steven Kieffer, SECURING CISCO ROUTERS, © Network System Architects, Inc, 2002