Advanced Internetworking Protocols

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Laboratory 2B

CIT Block B
Lab 2B
College of Computing and Information Sciences
Course Code: 
MCN 7200
Course Credit Units: 
3
Semester: 
Semester 2
Year of Study: 
Year 1
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Graduate Level
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Course Description & Objectives: 
  • This course assumes the basic knowledge regarding the Internet  and its protocols.  It offers advanced level treatment of data transport and switching concepts; TCP/IP protocol stack with detailed analysis. It also looks at architectures of network components mainly routers and switches and their types regarding queues location. Quality of service mechanisms; packet scheduling and active queue management mechanisms. LAN and core network technologies.                                                                                                                                                                                                
  • The goal of this course is to take a broader view of networking issues and solutions. The main objective is to strengthen the student’s understanding of fundamental concepts, requirements and design tradeoffs, particularly as related to congestion control, routing, scheduling, and overlay and wireless architectures. More importantly,  the course covers the basic knowledge needed to design current and future networks capable of providing ubiquitous high-quality support in heterogeneous environments.

   

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