DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE INFO 333 University of Otago

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DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE


INFO 333

U
niversity of Otago



INFO 333


Network Administration and Network Technology

2011 Semester 1


COURSE CO
-
ORDINATOR:





Mariusz Nowostawski

Phone: 479 8096

Email:

mariusz@nowostawski.org

Office Hours: Thursdays 11:00


13:00 Networking Lab, Annexe



LECTURE TIMES:


LECTURES

T
IMES

LOCATION

Wednesday

10:00


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LABS TIMES:


LABS

TIMES

LOCATION

Tuesday
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Stream 1

10


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RECOMMENDED TEXT:


1.

Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (Managing and Maintaining): Kenneth C.
Laudon, Russell Jones and Azimuth Interactive

2.

Managing and Maintaining Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Environment:
Craig Zacker, Microsoft Academics Course


Microsoft

Press



COURSE AIM:


This course provides the students with the understanding of network design and
administration. The course teaches the practices of the network administration and
also introduces the basics of network management. The lecture is divide
d in two parts.
The first part is based on Microsoft Windows Server 2008 / Windows 7 and the
second part is based on Linux operating system. The corresponding laboratories and
tutorials are also split in two parts: Windows Labs and Linux Labs.


COURSE OBJE
CTIVES:


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Learn Windows Server 2008 network administration and network management

-

Learn about Linux networking and administration

DEPARTMENT OF INFORMATION SCIENCE


INFO 333

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niversity of Otago


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Learn how to deploy a network solution

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Learn the main network services and how to configure them

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Premises of how to s
ecure the network



ASSESSMENT:


Exact dates will be specified at the on
-
line agenda at the beginning of the lecture


Description

Percentage

Due Date

Network design and Poster
Presentation (individual)

10%

+2.5% extra credit for
using LaTeX/Beamer

Networ
k design 1

Written Assignment on
Windows Network
Administration
(individual)

10%

+2.5% extra credit for
using LaTeX

Network design 2

Windows labs

15% labs + journal

Windows part

Linux labs

15% labs + journal

Linux part

Final Examination

50%







HEL
PFUL INFORMATION
:


Workload:


1. two lectures per week (
1 hour

each)

2. One laboratory session per week (
2 hours

each): the class will be divided in two
streams depending on the number of students attending the lecture.


Lectures:


Each lecture has been de
signed to provide students the necessary grounding to support
the practical requirements of the course.

It is important that the students have read
the relevant lectures before going to the lab.


Labs and Tutorials:


The lab and tutorial programme is
the m
ost important part of the course
. Students
should make a personal decision that all labs and tutorials are compulsory. Labs and
lecture material will be available for download from:



http://nzdis.otago.ac.nz/projects/wiki/info333/INFO333_2011_S1


Special

Facilities:


Each group of students is allocated two computers during laboratory sessions. Each
student must have a USB memory key in order to save their work at the end of each
lab.

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INFO 333

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niversity of Otago



Course timetable

Course timetable available online at:


http://nzdis.or
g/projects/wiki/info333/INFO333_2011_S1

Supplementary Readings and materials

More documentation has been downloaded and made available on CD in the lab, and
covers:



Windows Server 2008



Windows 7



Linux Fedora Core 12



Linux CentOS

There is also available por
table applications to aid you in your journal production.

Limits on Class Size:


Class size will be split in two groups for the labs if there are more than 20 students,
Student will be advised of their lab stream at the first lecture.

Each student must spe
nd (a minimum of) 2 hours per week at the lab. Be aware that
the labs may take more than the allotted time to complete. It will be the students
responsibility to complete these outside the allotted lab time.