(it-404) Network Protocols

Course Syllabus in pdf

Meeting Times

Face to face sessions will meet once each week for three hours.

Course Description

Focuses on TCP/IP using Microsoft Windows NT and UNIX/Linux. Topics include UNIX/Linux and Microsoft TCP/IP addressing, subnet addressing, implementing IP routing, dynamic host configuration protocol, IP, IPX/SPX, ATM address resolution, Net BIOS name resolution, Windows Internet name service, host name resolution, connectivity, and troubleshooting.

Course Goal

Students will administrate and problem solve common administration problems.

Course Rationale

To understand the flow of data through a network we must have a working knowledge of data flow at the bit level.

Prerequisites

None

Network Protocols - Spring 2015


Learning Outcomes, Readings, Assignments and Labs

Outcome # Learning Outcome, Reading and Assignment Lab - Evidence Check Off
01 Describe importance and development of protocols
02 Decipher selected networking protocols from a theoretical model
- arp
- ethernet
- ip
- tcp/ip
- connectionless udp
- connectionless apps
- connection ftp
- connection ftp, sftp
- html
- dns
03 Decipher selected networking protocols across dissimilar theoretical models
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