Computer Networks – lab

Computer Networks 3

Course title
Computer Networks 3
Course tag
10-10022
Semester
3
Course status
Mandatory
ECTS
6
Lectures
30
Practice
45
Independent work
105
Total
180
Teachers and associates
Silvio Papić, Lecturer
Aldin Osmanagić, Instructor
Tomislav Trohar
The course aims
After passing the course, students will possess knowledge and skills that will enable them to participate in the implementation and maintenance of complex network infrastructure of medium and large companies.
Content
Access Control Lists, DHCP and NAT services in a network environment, IPv6 transition mechanisms, Private VLANs, Cisco Discovery Protocol, Link aggregation, First hop redundancy protocols, WAN technologies, BGP protocol, MPLS protocol, Basics of quality services in networks
Literature:
1 D.E Comer: Computer Networks and Internets, Prentice Hall, 1997
Supplementary literature
1. Accessing the WAN, CCNA Exploration Labs and Study Guide

Minimum learning outcomes

  1. Anticipate the impact of access control lists and route maps on the network traffic.
  2. Justify the use of DHCP, NAT, CDP and PVLAN technologies in the customer network.
  3. Justify the use of IPv6 transitional mechanisms in order to migrate from IPv4 to IPv6.
  4. Justify the use FHRP and technologies for link aggregation in order to provide redundancy in the network.

Preferred learning outcomes

  1. Defend the method of implementation of access control lists and route maps with regard to their impact on network traffic.
  2. Argument the reasons for implementation of DHCP, NAT, CDP and PVLAN technologies in the customer network.
  3. Argument the reasons for choosing a particular transition mechanism and defend the chosen method of implementation of that mechanism in order to migrate from IPv4 to IPv6.
  4. Argument the reason for choosing FHRP and link aggregation protocols and defend the chosen method of implementation of these technologies in order to provide redundancy in the network.