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CS 634 Computer Networking and the Internet

Course Description: This course builds upon CS 633 to examine local area networks, Internetworking via the TCP/IP protocols, and the Internet. The OSI reference model and the TCP/IP protocols form the framework. Topics include: multi-access network strategies; basic traffic and capacity models; LAN standards and the evolution from shared access to switched and wireless Ethernet; LAN internetworking using bridges and routers; routing strategies and congestion in networks; the IP protocol; transport-layer issues and the TCP and UDP protocols; network security, Internet services and applications such as the Domain Name System, FTP, SMTP mail, and the HTTP protocol for the Web.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

CS 633 Minimum Grade of C