OKALOOSA-WALTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS Part 1 Course Data

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OKALOOSA
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WALTON COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Lab Fee
MSS3, CLS3




COURSE SYLLABUS


Part 1 Course Data

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Course Number
CET 2615C



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Course Title __
Advanced Router Theory





Div/Dept Code_

MFGT NTWK


Subject Code

NETW

_ Effective Term _

200
61

_ End Term __


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Course/Credit Type (Check One only)


Contact/Credit Hours



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12506

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01 A & P





Lecture Hours

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㌰3





02 PSV (AS only)




Lab Hours






Grading





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02 PSV Dual (Transfer)



Clinical Hours



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P/F



05 PSAV





Other





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Audit OK



03 College Prep







07 ABE/ESL





Clock Hours





CEU Approved

Yes





09 GED







08 Adult Secondary



Total Credits



3


Number of enrollment



10 Voc Prep









times for credit

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Course Catalo
g Description This course introduces the student to fundamentals of LAN configurations. This is also the
third of four courses designed to prepare a student to take the Cisco Certified Network Associate Exam. The student will
study LAN Switching, VLANS,
OSPF, EIGRP, VTP, classless routing and Access Lists.


Prerequisites
_CET 1600C and CET 1610C











Corequisites __
















General Education



No


Yes, AA and AS


Yes, AS Only


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Gordon Rule




No


Yes, W
ord Count
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Scheduling




Fall


Spring


Summer


All


As needed


Special Equipment/Facilities _
Networked computer lab with Internet access. Web enhanced.





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Recommended Text/Softwa
re

LAN Switching and wireless, CCNA exploration companion guide
, Wayne Lewis, Cisco Press, ISBN 1
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58713
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207
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9 and

Allan Johnson
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LAN switching and wireless, CCNA exploration labs and study guide
, ISBN 1
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58713
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202
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8.


Required in these Programs

Computer En
gineering Technology









Elective in these Programs














Replaces or is equivalent to another course



No



Yes


If so, course number






Special Designators___















Prepared By
Ginger Maddox









Date

4/29/08




Direc
tor/Chair Approval__


Ray Rickman






Date

4/29/08




Curriculum Committee Action




Approved




Disapproved



Postponed Date

N/A for TBR




Vice President for Instruction__









Date

4/30/08




President _

N/A for
textboo
k


revision







Date





Course Dictionary Update by __








Date





White: VP Instruction Yellow: Business Office Pink: Registrar

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COURSE SYLLABUS


PART II

COURSE GOALS


Course Number

CET 2615C

Title

Advanced Router Theory






Prepared by

Ray Rickman / Ginger Maddox





Date

4/29/08




Director/Chair

Ray Rickman






Date

4/29/08





Criteria:

(1)

Direction oriented; (2) student oriented


written in terms of what students will accompl
ish; (3)
provide the lay reader with an understanding of the substance of the course; and (4) the number
of statements should be sufficient to clearly identify the mission of the course.


Goal

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Statement



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By th
e end of the semester, each student will:


Master Basic Content:


OSI Model


LAN Switching


VLANS


LAN Design


IGRP


Access Control Lists


Routing Protocols


Netware Networks

Master Lab Skills:


Router Configurations (IG
RP, Access Control Lists, IPX)


Switch Configuration


Network Troubleshooting

Master Documentation Skills:


Maintaining an Engineering Journal


Network Design Methodology and Network Documentation

Master People Skills:


Working in Engin
eering Team


Self and Project Management


Oral Exams and Presentations


This course includes activities and assignments which develop and enhance the student’s
basic pe牳onal computing skills; it may be used to satisfy the qechnology
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Ac牯ss
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the
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COURSE SYLLABUS


PART III

PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES



Course Number

CET 2615C






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Date

4/29/08













Prepared by

Ray Rickman
Course

Title

Advanced Router Theory





Director/Chair

Ray Rickm
an


A specific objective is one in which the
outcome

and the
level of achievement


are defined in measurable terms.





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Goals

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List the required IPX address and
encapsulation type.

Configure IPX access lists and SAP filters to
control Novell traffic.

Enable the Novell IPX protocol and configure
interfaces.

Monitor Novell IPX operation on a r
outer.

Describe the advantages of LAN segmentation.

Describe LAN segmentation using bridges.

Describe LAN segmentation using routers.

Describe LAN segmentation using switches.

Name and describe two switching methods.

Describe full
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and half
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duplex Ethernet

operation.

Describe network congestion problems in
Ethernet networks.

Describe the features and benefits of Fast
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Ethernet.

Describe the guidelines and distance limitations
of Fast
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Ethernet.

Distinguish between cut
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through and stare and
forward LAN switchi
ng.

Describe the operation of the Spanning Tree
Protocol and its benefits.

Describe the benefits of virtual LANs.

Gather and analyze network requirements.

Diagram network design with cable runs, drops,
hub placement and routers.

Written examinations and/or

visual exams, and practical
exercises that must be
completed with a score of 70%
or higher. Written exams will be
given on
-
line.



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