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CYCU EE-311G

 Introduction to Computer Networks

  • Lecture Time: 

Thursday 10:10~12:00 AM, Friday 13:10~14:00 PM

  • Office Hour: 

電學507, Thursday 12:00~1:00PM

  • Textbook

Computer Networking:A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet, 5th Edition by James F. Kurose and Keith W. Ross

  • Prerequisites

    • Students are recommended  to have basic knowledge of C programming language.
  • Course Objectives

    • This course provides students the general introduction of computer networking. Detailed network operation principles are covered based on the OSI model with an emphasis on practical issues of system design and implementation.
  • Lab Info & Resources

    1. NS2 and VMware
  • Course Schedule

Weeks Date Topics Notes Reading Assignments
1
03/02
  • Course Outline
EE311G
2 03/08
03/09
  • Introduction on network systems and the Internet.
Introduction Ch. 1 Introduction 
3 03/15
03/16
  • Link layer (1)
Link Layer
Ch. 5 Link Layer and Local Area Networks
4 03/22
  • Link layer (2)
Ethernet Homework 1
Due on 03/30 before the class 
5 03/29
03/30
  • Network layer (1)
IPv4 Addressing Ch. 4 Network Layer and Routing
Homework 2
Due on 04/13 before the class
6 04/12
04/13
  • Application Layer (1) 
Applications (1)
7 04/19
04/20
  • Exam Reviews


8
Midterm Exam

9 05/03
05/04
  • Application Layer (2) 
Application (2) Midterm exam discussion
10 05/10
05/11
  • Network layer (1)
Network Layer (1)
11 05/17
05/18
  • Network layer (2) 
Routing Algorithms

A good reference from Oreilly's sample chapter on routing.
Project Report Guideline

Homework 3  is out and dued on 05/25. (Page 408, Ex.21)
12 05/24
05/25
  • Network layer (2) 
Routing Algorithms
Routing Protocols
IPv6

13 05/31
06/01
  • Transport layer (1)
Transport Layer (1) LAB3 is out today and dued on 15th of June
14 06/07
06/08
  • Transport layer (2)
Transport Layer (2)
15 06/14
06/15
  • Transport layer (3)
  • Advanced Network Topics/Network Security (2)
Transport Layer (3)
16 06/21
06/22
  • Final Exam Review
TCP example
17
Final Exam



Grading

Projects & Labs 30%
Final Exam 30%
Midterm 20%
Assignments and Homeworks 20%
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