Computer Networks,Tannenbaum ,F. Kurose,W. Ross

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  • Introduction (2 weeks)
    Overview of the Internet, client/server paradigm, circuit switching, packet switching, physical media, queuing delay and packet loss, TCP/IP and OSI reference models, Internet Protocol Stack
    Lecture Slides: Introduction (PPT , PDF)
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    Readings: Chapter 1 (Kurose and Ross); Sections 1.1 – 1.9, 2.2 (Tanenbaum)
  • Network Layer Addressing (1 week)
    NIC addressing, IP addressing, IPv4, IPv6, ICMP
    Lecture Slides: Network Layer Addressing (PPT, PDF), Link Layer Addressing (PPT, PDF)
    Readings: Section 4.4, 5.4 (Kurose and Ross); Section 5.6 (Tanenbaum)
  • Application Layer (1.5 weeks)
    Service requirements, WWW, HTTP, Electronic Mail, Domain Name System, Socket programming
    Lecture Slides: HTTP and WWW (PPT , PDF), FTP, SMTP (PPT, PDF), DNS (PPT, PDF)
    Readings: Chapter 2 (Kurose and Ross); Sections 7.1 – 7.3 (Tanenbaum)
  • Transport Layer (2 weeks)
    Service models, Multiplexing/Demultiplexing, Connection-less transport (UDP), Principles of reliable data transfer, Connection-oriented transport (TCP), TCP congestion control, TCP Variants
    Lecture Slides: Introduction/UDP (PPT, PDF), Checksum IP/UDP (PPT, PDF), Reliable Data Transfer (PPT, PDF), Transmission Control Protocol (PPT,PDF)
    Readings: Chapter 3 (Kurose and Ross); Chapter 6 (Tanenbaum)
  • Network Layer Routing (1.5 weeks)
    Routing and forwarding, Routing algorithms, Routing in the Internet, Multicast
    Lecture Slides: Forwarding (PPT, PDF), Routing (PPT, PDF)
    Readings: Chapter 4 (Kurose and Ross); Chapter 5 (Tanenbaum)
  • Link Layer and Local Area Networks (1.5 weeks)
    Link layer services, Error detection and correction, Multiple Access Protocols, Link layer addressing, Ethernet, Hubs and switches, Point-to-Point Protocol
    Lecture Slides: (PPT, PDF)
    Readings: Chapter 5 (Kurose and Ross); Sections 3.1, 4.1 – 4.3 (Tanenbaum)
  • Wireless and Mobile Networks (1.5 weeks)
    Wireless links and network characteristics, Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11 Wireless LANs, Cellular Internet Access, Mobility management and Mobile IP
    Lecture Slides: (PPT, PDF)
    Readings: Chapter 6 (Kurose and Ross); Sections 4.4 – 4.5 (Tanenbaum)
  • Multimedia Networking (1 week)
    Networked multimedia applications, best-effort service and multimedia delivery requirements, Multimedia protocols (RTSP, RTP, RTCP, SIP), Content Distribution Networks
    Lecture Slides: (PPT, PDF)
    Readings: Sections 7.1 – 7.5 (Kurose and Ross); Section 7.4 (Tanenbaum)
  • Security (1 week)
    Principles of cryptography, symmetric key algorithms, public key algorithms
    Readings: Sections 8.1 – 8.5 (Kurose and Ross); Sections 8.1 – 8.3 (Tanenbaum)



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