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TEL 150

Cisco Internetworking I




VIRGINIA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE


PO Box 14007


Roanoke, VA 24038


(540)
-
857
-
7273





TEL 150

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/
5



Revised:
Fall 2013







Course and Description:

TEL 150, Cisco Internetworking I. (4 CR) Introduces the functions of
each layer of the ISO/OSI reference model, data link and network addresses, data
encapsulation, different classes of IP addresses and subnetting and the functions of the TCP/IP
network
-
l
ayer protocols. Lecture 3 hours. Laboratory 3 hours. Total 6 hours per week.
Prerequisite:

Functional knowledge of computers and operating systems.


This is the first of four semester courses designed to
provide students with the skills needed to
succeed i
n networking
-
related degree programs and helps them prepare for CCNA certification.
It also helps students develop the skills necessary to fulfill the job responsibilities of network
technicians, network administrators, and network engineers. It provides a

theoretically rich,
hands
-
on introduction to networking and the Internet.



Course credits:

4 cr.

Lecture Hours:

3


Lab Hours:

3





TEL 150

Cisco Internetworking I




VIRGINIA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE


PO Box 14007


Roanoke, VA 24038


(540)
-
857
-
7273





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Required Materials:

1) Primary Text:
Cisco Networking Academy
On
-
Line
Curriculum
(OLC)
Exploration v4.0.0.0.2
,


2007.Cisco Systems, Inc. Students enrolled in this course will have password
-
restricted access
to the curriculum.


2) Optional Auxiliary Text: Wendell Odom, Antoon Rufi & Rick McDonald,
Network
Fundamentals: CCNA Exploration Companion Guide
,


2007 Cisco

Press. ISBN
-
13: 978
-
1587132087.


3) Optional Text:
Scott Empson,

CCNA Portable Command Guide 2nd Edition
, Copyright: 2007
Cisco Press ISBN
-
13:
978
-
1
-
58720
-
193
-
6


3) Class/Lab Engineering Journal: Each student will be required to maintain an Engineering
Journal. A notebook containing loose
-
leaf 8½” x 11” colle
ge
-
ruled paper should be used.
Laboratory work must be performed at the appointed time. Students will maintain an
Engineering Journal containing notes as well as laboratory projects and assignment
s. All
material in the notebook shall be maintained continuously and in chronological order. Journals
assignments will be graded for accuracy and content.


4) E
-
mail address.
The college
-
supplied e
mail will be used to facilitate communications
between i
nstructor and student. All class communication must be through the VWCC
-
issued
email address.




TEL 150

Cisco Internetworking I




VIRGINIA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE


PO Box 14007


Roanoke, VA 24038


(540)
-
857
-
7273





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/
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Course Objectives:

Upon completion of the Network Fundamentals course, students will be
able to perform the following tasks:

1

Explain the importance of data n
etworks and the Internet in supporting business
communications and everyday activities

2

Explain how communication works in data networks and the Internet

3

Recognize the devices and services that are used to support communications across an
Internetwork

4

Use network protocol models to explain the layers of communications in data networks

5

Explain the role of protocols in data networks

6

Describe the importance of addressing and naming schemes at various layers of data
networks

7

Describe the protocols an
d services provided by the Application layer in the OSI and
TCP/IP models and describe how this layer operates in various networks

8

Analyze the operations and features of the Transport layer protocols and services

9

Analyze the operations and feature of t
he Network layer protocols and services and
explain the fundamental concepts of routing

10

Design, calculate, and apply subnet masks and addresses to fulfill given requirements

11

Describe the operation of protocols at the OSI Data link layer and explain
how they
support communications

12

Explain the role of Physical layer protocols and services in supporting communications
across data networks

13

Explain fundamental Ethernet concepts such as media, services, and operation

14

Employ basic cabling and netwo
rk designs to connect devices in accordance with stated
objectives

15

Build a simple Ethernet network using routers and switches

16

Use Cisco CLI commands to perform basic router and switch configuration and verification

17

Analyze the operations and featu
res of common Application layer protocols such as HTTP,
DNS, DHCP, SMTP, Telnet, and FTP.

18

Utilize common network utilities to verify small network operations and analyze data
traffic.


TEL 150

Cisco Internetworking I




VIRGINIA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE


PO Box 14007


Roanoke, VA 24038


(540)
-
857
-
7273





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Course
Content
:


Week

Topics

Reference (chapter)


1

Living in a
Network Centric World

OLC
-

1


2

Communications Over the Network

OLC
-

2


3

Application Layer Functionality and Protocols

OLC
-

3


4

OSI Transport Layer

OLC
-

4


5

OSI Network Layer

OLC
-

5

6
-
8

Addressing the Internet


Ipv4

OLC
-

6


9

Data Link Layer

OLC

-

7

10

OSI Physical Layer

OLC
-

8

11

Ethernet

OLC
-

9

12

Planning and Cabling Networks

OLC
-

10

13
-
14

Configuring and Testing Your Network

OLC
-

11

** Schedule Individual Lab Exam **

15

Review for Final Exam





** Schedule Individual Lab Exam **

16

Final Exam
Please
t
ake the online course feedback before the final exam day!



TEL 150

Cisco Internetworking I




VIRGINIA WESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE


PO Box 14007


Roanoke, VA 24038


(540)
-
857
-
7273





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Notes to Instructors


1.

Suggested Grading Scheme:

Scheduled Tests



55
%

Labs and Homework


2
5
%

Comprehensive Final Exam

20%


Grading Scale:

A = 91


100

B = 81


90

C = 71


80

D = 60


70

F = below 60


2.

Recommended lab materials, sample tests and supplemental handouts are
available from the program head.


3.

Instructors should notify the program head at least a day in advance for any
special accommodations or materials that will be
needed for class.