Part V: Course Descriptions

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Part V: Course Descriptions
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CTP 183 • Fast Packet Technology 3 cr.
Introduction to different fast packet tech-
nologies. Topics include: frame relay, cell
relay, SMDS, broadband-ISDN, ATM vs
STM, Switches for ATM, VC and VP switch-
ing, ATM layered model, metropolitan area
networks, addressing, FDDI and FDDI-II,
Sonet and SDH. Prerequisite: CTP 182 or
instructor permission. Two lecture; two lab.
CTP 184 • Networking Protocols I 3 cr.
Use of the TCP/IP protocol and its related
issues. Topics include: POSIX, X/Open,
OSF, COSE, Middleware, Internet names
and addresses, Routing protocols: (RIP,
OSPF, EGP, BGP, PPP), SNMP, Telnet, TCP/
IP commands, TCP/IP applications. Pre-
requisite: CTP 181 or instructor permis-
sion. Three lecture; one lab.
CTP 185 • Networking Protocols II 3 cr.
An overview of the OSI reference model
and how it relates to managing networks.
Topics include: multi-protocol transport
networks, SNA connectivity, networking
standards, standards bodies, OSI reference
model, Service Access Points (SAP), Ser-
vice Data Units (SDU), Protocol Data Units
(PDU), OSI operations, OSI network lay-
ers and OSI upper layers. Prerequisite: CTP
181 or instructor permission. Three lec-
ture; one lab.
CTP 186 • Networking Protocols III 3 cr.
Presentation of common Open Systems
applications. Topics include: EDI, ODA,
value added network, paperless trading,
TRADACOMS, ANSI X.12, EDIFACT, Docu-
ment types, FTAM, message handling sys-
tem (MHS), X.400 protocol and X.500 pro-
tocol. Prerequisite: CTP 181 or instructor
permission. Three lecture; one lab.
CTP 210 • CCNA ICND Cisco Training 1 & 2
3 cr.
Advanced training for Cisco Certified Net-
work Associate 1 & 2 preparing student for
networking and Cisco router configuration.
Covers networking protocols, LAN topolo-
gies, networking devices, cabling and
switch configuration, router configuration
basics, catalyst switching, VLAN’s TCP/IP
internetworking, IP routing IP access lists,
IPX, serial and frame relay and ISDN con-
nections. 640-507 Cisco equivalent. Pre-
requisite: CTP 150 or instructor permis-
sion. Three lecture; one lab.
CTP 211 • CCNA ICND Cisco Training 3 & 4
3 cr.
Advanced training for Cisco Certified Net-
work Associate 3 & 4 preparing student for
networking and Cisco router configura-
tion. Covers networking protocols, LAN
topologies, networking devices, cabling
and switch configuration, router configu-
ration basics, catalyst switching, VLANs,
TCP/IP internetworking, IP routing, IP
access lists, IPX, serial and frame relay and
ISDN connections. 640-507 Cisco equiva-
lent. Prerequisite: CTP 210 or instructor
permission. Three lecture; one lab.
CTP 213 • CCNP BSCN Cisco Routing 3 cr.
Detailed training for Cisco routers cover-
ing routing principles, extending IP ad-
dresses, configuring OSPF in a single area,
interconnecting multiple OSPF areas, con-
figuring EIGRP, configuring Basic Border
Gateway Protocol, implementing BGP in
scalable networks, optimizing routing up-
date operation, policy-based routing. 640-
503 RTING Cisco equivalent. Prerequisite:
CTP 211 or CTP 218 or instructor permis-
sion. Three lecture; one lab.
CTP 214 • CCNP BCMSN Cisco Switching
3 cr.
Detailed training for Cisco routers cover-
ing campus networks, building the cam-
pus network, VLANs bridging and
InterVLAN routing multiplayer switching,
fault-tolerant routing, IP Multicast, con-
figuring IP Multicast, campus network ac-
cess control. 640-504 SWTCH Cisco
equivalent. Prerequisite: CTP 211 or CTP
218 or instructor permission. Three
lecture; one lab.
CTP 215 • CCNP BCRAN Cisco Remote
Access 3 cr.
Training for Cisco routers covering remote
access network solutions, configuring
asynchronous connections to a central site
with modems, configuring network access
with PPP, configuring ISDN and DDR to
enhance remote connectivity, optimizing
DDR operation, the 700-series router, X.25
for remote access, frame relay and traffic
flow, queuing and compression, address
translation and access control solutions.
640-505 RMTAC Cisco equivalent. Pre-
requisite: CTP 211 or CTP 218 or instruc-
tor permission. Three lecture; one lab.
CTP 216 • CCNP CIT Cisco Support 3 cr.
Cisco routers covering troubleshooting
methodology and targets, applying
troubleshooting tools, diagnosing and cor-
recting campus problems, diagnosing and
correcting catalyst problems, trouble-
shooting VLANs on routers and switches,
diagnosing and correcting problems on
WAN, Novell and AppleTalk networks. 640-
506 SUPRT Cisco equivalent. Prerequisite:
CTP 211 or CTP 218 or instructor permis-
sion. Three lecture; one lab.
CTP 218 • CCDA DCN Cisco Designing 3 cr.
Advanced training to prepare students for
Cisco network design and implementation.
Topics covered include: identifying
customer needs, designing the network
structure, provisioning hardware and me-
dia for LANs and WANs network address-
ing, naming and IOS features, routing and
bridging protocols, management, design
and testing. Cisco 640-441 equivalent. Pre-
requisite: CTP 150 or CTP 210 or instruc-
tor permission. Three lecture; one lab.
CTP 219 • CCDA CID Cisco Design 3 cr.
Training course to prepare students for
Cisco network design and implementation
covering: Internetwork and campus LAN
design, TCP/IP network design. TCP/IP
routing protocols, desktop protocol design,
WAN design, WAN protocols, SNA and re-
mote access. 640-025 CID Cisco equivalent.
Prerequisite: CTP 218 or instructor per-
mission. Three lecture; one lab.
CTP 220 • Internet/Intranet Design and
Implementation Concepts 3 cr.
Fundamentals of Internet and Intranet
sites. Topics include: Web sites, leased
lines, fire walls, HTML, secure transac-
tions, browsers, TCP/IP, frames, Internet
vs. Intranet, standards, organization and
dial-in lines. Two lecture; two lab.
CTP 221 • MS-Internet Information WEB
Server Administration 3 cr.
Introduction to supporting MS-Internet
server. Topics include: Web sites, leased
lines, fire walls, HTML, secure transac-
tions, browsers, TCP/IP, frames, Internet
vs. Intranet, standards, organization and
dial-in lines. Prerequisite: CTP 240 or in-
structor permission. Two lecture; two lab.
CTP 222 • Core Technologies of Microsoft
Exchange Server 3 cr.
Advanced techniques in supporting MS-
Internet server. Topics include: Web sites,
leased lines, fire walls, HTML, secure
transactions, browsers, TCP/IP, frames,
Internet vs. Intranet, standards, organiza-
tion and dial-in lines. Prerequisite: CTP
221 or instructor permission. Two lecture;
two lab.
CTP 240 • Windows NT Support I (ver. 4.x)
3 cr.
Fundamentals of supporting the Windows
NT operating system. Topics include: Win-
dows NT features, managing user ac-
counts, managing groups, NT registry,
high performance file system, new tech-
nology file system, primary and extended
partitions, controlling the log-on process,
NT network components, NT printing
model, remote access service and NT
troubleshooting. Two lecture; two lab.
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