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Title: Advanced Networking Technology Courses


1
Advanced Networking Technology Courses
Innovation of Computer Science Curriculum in
Higher Education (TEMPUS project) Ifigenia
Founta 21.04.03
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Network Communication Modules
ADVANCED NETWORKING TECHNOLOGIES
N E T W O R K S
DATA NETWORKS
DATA COMMUNICATIONS
  • TELECOMMUNICATIONS
  • NETWORK MANAGEMENT

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Advanced Networking Technologies
  • Goal
  • Understand the state-of-the-art in network
    protocols, architectures and applications

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Advanced Networking Technologies
  • Teaching Method
  • Lectures in the classroom 2 hr/week
  • Practical in the laboratory 2hr/week
  • Practical in the vital POP of networks in use
    (ex. NOCs)
  • Follow Live national events on the network (Web
    Casting)
  • Future intentions
  • Distance Learning in cooperation with TEI of
    Saloniki)
  • Pre-requisites
  • Data communications
  • Data Networks

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Advanced Networking TechnologiesPre-re
quisites 1. Data Communications
  • Data Communications (goals)
  • To provide a basis for an understanding of the
    concepts and terminology of communication system
    and networks
  • To understand the basic network equipment and the
    low level protocols (first second OSI level)

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Advanced Network Technologies
Pre-requisites 1. Data Communications
  • Data Communications (indicative syllabus)
  • The parts of a communication system
  • Principles of amplitude and frequency modulation
  • Asynchronous synchronous transmission
  • The concept of channel bandwidth and its
    relationship to information rate, need for coding
  • Terminal handling, polling, multiplexing and
    concentration
  • Types of transmission media, types of modem and
    their operation
  • Circuit switched and packet switched networks
  • Basics of Data Networks

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DATA COMMUNICATIONS IN THE LAB
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DATA COMMUNICATIONS IN THE LAB
  • Data Communication Model in the LAB
  • Provide a full communication channel paradigm
    between two computers
  • Each component of the Model examined and analyzed
    by the student, namely
  • Input/Output sources
  • Encoding/Decoding unit dependable on transmission
    medium
  • Transmission/Reception unit (Modulation-Demodulati
    on)
  • Transmission medium

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DATA COMMUNICATIONS IN THE LAB
  • Exhibit main Data Communication Model operations
    in the LAB
  • Preparation of data for transfer.
  • Synchronization.
  • Defining data destination.
  • Modulation/demodulation.
  • Routing data.
  • Flow control.
  • Data reception.
  • Error detection/correction.
  • Security aspects/encryption.
  • Presentation of data.
  • Session management.

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Advanced Networking TechnologiesPre-re
quisites 2. Data Networks
  • Data Networks (goals)
  • To provide a basis for an understanding of the
    concepts and terminology of communication system
    and networks
  • To understand the basic network equipment and the
    low level protocols (first second OSI level)

11
Advanced Networking Technologies
  • Goal
  • Understand the state-of-the-art in network
    protocols, architectures and applications

12
Advanced Networking Technologies
  • Teaching Method
  • Lectures in the classroom 2 hr/week
  • Practical in the laboratory 2hr/week
  • Practical in the vital POP of networks in use
    (ex. NOCs)
  • Follow Live national events on the network (Web
    Casting)
  • Future intentions
  • Distance Learning in cooperation with TEI of
    Saloniki)
  • Pre-requisites
  • Data communications
  • Data Networks

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Advanced Networking Technologies
  • The students are expected to have a solid grasp
    of the fundamental of computer networking,
    including understanding of the TCP/IP protocols
    and sockets programming.
  • The course focuses on the design, implementation,
    analysis, and evaluation of large-scale networked
    systems with emphasis on performance parameters
  • The students are presented with cases studies of
    campus NRNs networks (TEIA_net, EDUnet, Grnet,
    Geant)

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Advanced Networking Technologies
  • The goals we want to achieve in course are deep
    understanding of
  • High speed network technologies (wireless, DWDM,
    giga Ethernet, ATM, ADSL)
  • Intrnetworking Routing
  • Resource management, Congestion Control,
    Congestion Avoidance QOS
  • Network services

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Advanced Network Technologies
  • Indicative Syllabus
  • IPV6 (New Generation Internet Protocol)
  • Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing (DWDM)
  • Quality of Service over various technologies
    (Frame Relay, ATM, Ethernet 802.1 networks,
    SONET IP routed networks)
  • Resource Reservation Protocol (RSVP)
  • Multiprotocol Label (MPLS)
  • Virtual Private Networks (VPN)
  • Traditional VPNs, MPLS VPNs, DiffServ Traffic
    Engineering
  • Essential Elements of Network Design
  • Examples of design of campus NRNs networks
    (TEIA_net, EDUnet, Grnet, Geant)

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Advanced Network TechnologiesLABS
  • The goals we want to achieve in this class are
  • Deep understanding of network devices (routers,
    switches)
  • Understanding of Routing and Interior Routing
    Protocols
  • Familiarize with modern technologies (VoIP,
    Videoconference)
  • Ability of Network Management and Administration

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Advanced Networking TechnologiesLABS
  • The goals we want to achieve in this class are
  • Deep understanding of network devices (routers,
    switches)
  • Understanding of Routing and Interior Routing
    Protocols
  • Familiarize with modern technologies (VoIP,
    Videoconference)
  • Ability of Network Management and Administration

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Advanced Networking Technologies Networking
Laboratory (20 hours)
Exercises Hours
1 Connecting Remote Networks 4
2 Routing Protocols- RIP OSPF 4
3 Protocol Analyzer 2
4 Switches VLANs 4
5 Voice over IP and Quality of Service 2
6 ATM Technology 2
7 Network Management System 2
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Advanced Networking Technologies LABS 1.
Connecting Remote Networks (4 hours)
  • Basic Router configuration
  • Router connection and configuration to a LAN
    Network using an Ethernet Interface
  • Connection of remote routers/networks
  • Static Route understanding and configuration
  • Routing Table review
  • Troubleshooting and Monitoring

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Advanced Networking Technologies LABS 2.
Routing Protocols- RIP OSPF (4 hours)
  • Distance Vector and Link State Routing
  • RIP Configuration
  • OSPF Configuration
  • Convergence Time

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Advanced Networking Technologies LABS 3.
Protocol Analyzer (2 hours)
  • Network Statistics Observation
  • Network Traffic Recording
  • Observation Filters
  • Capture Filters
  • Packets Capture and Decoding (ping, tracert,
    nslookup, etc.)

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Advanced Networking Technologies LABS 4.
Switches VLANs (4 hours)
  • Spanning Tree Protocol
  • VLANs
  • Trunking Protocols (802.1Q)
  • InterVLAN Routing

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Advanced Networking Technologies LABS 5.
Voice over IP and Quality of Service (2 hours)
  • Voice over IP characteristics, issues and
    benefits
  • Quality of Service Techniques
  • Placing a Voice over IP call

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Advanced Networking Technologies LABS 6.
ATM Technology (2 hours)
  • ATM network Implementation and Configuration
  • Native ATM Applications (videoconference)

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Advanced Networking Technologies LABS 7.
Network Management System (2 hours)
  • Integrated Administration Tool of TEI of Athens
  • Network Monitoring
  • Enabling Notifications
  • Gathering Reports

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Advanced Networking Technologies LABS Support
Material
  • 1 Cisco Systems router 1600
  • 3 Cisco Systems router 1751 (voice enabled)
  • 1 Cisco Systems router 2620 (voice enabled)
  • 1 Cisco Systems router 2509
  • 1 Cisco Systems Switch 2950
  • 1 Nortel (BAY) Networks router
  • 2 FORE-LE ATM Switches
  • 10 Personal Computers
  • UTP and Serial Cables

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Advanced Networking Technologies LABS
Support MaterialUseful Networking Texts Theses
  • General
  • Larry Peterson and Bruce Davie, Computer
    Networks A Systems Approach.
  • J. Kurose and K. Ross, Computer Networking
    A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet,
    Addison Wesley Longman, 2001.
  • S. Keshav, An Engineering Approach to
    Computer Networking.
  • Jean Walrand, Communication Networks A
    First Course.
  • Andrew Tanenbaum, Computer Networks, 3rd ed.
    (Search for Tanenbaum on the Prentice Hall
    site).
  • Dmitri Bertsekas and Robert Gallager, Data
    Networks, 2nd ed. (Search for Bertsekas on the
    Prentice Hall site).
  • Jean Walrand and Pravin Varaiya,
    High-Performance Communication Networks.
  • Craig Partridge, Gigabit Networking.
  • Stallings.


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Advanced Networking Technologies LABS
Support MaterialUseful Networking Texts Theses
  • Routing, High-Speed Networks
  • Christian Huitema, Routing in the Internet.
    (Search for Huitema on the Prentice Hall site).
  • Radia Perlman, Interconnections Bridges and
    Routers, Addison Wesley.
  • Martha Steenstrup, Routing in Communication
    Networks. (Search for Steenstrup on the Prentice
    Hall site).
  • BGP4
  • The TCP/IP Protocol Suite
  • W. Richard Stevens, TCP/IP Illustrated,
    Volume 1 The Protocols.
  • W. Richard Stevens, TCP/IP Illustrated,
    Volume 2 The Implementation.
  • W. Richard Stevens, TCP/IP Illustrated,
    Volume 3 TCP for Transactions, HTTP, NNTP, and
    the UNIX Datagram Protocols.
  • Douglas Comer, Internetworking with TCP/IP,
    Volume 1 Principles, Protocols and Architecture,
    3rd ed. (Search for Comer on the Prentice Hall
    site).
  • Christian Huitema, IPv6 The New Internet
    Protocol, 2nd ed. (Search for Huitema on the
    Prentice Hall site).


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Advanced Networking Technologies LABS
Support MaterialUseful Networking Texts Theses
  • Multicast
  • Stephen Deering, Multicast Routing in a
    Datagram Internetwork, Part 1 Part 2 Part 3,
    Ph.D. thesis, Stanford University, 1991.
  • Steven McCanne, Scalable Compression and
    Transmission of Internet Multicast Video, PhD
    thesis, UC Berkeley, 1996.
  • Sanjoy Paul, Multicasting on the Internet
    and its Applications, Kluwer Academic Publishers,
    1998. Search for it on Amazon using the keyword
  • "Sanjoy Paul"
  • Ken Miller
  • Wireless and Mobility
  • J. Solomon, Mobile IP The Internet
    Unplugged.
  • Charlie Perkins, Mobile IP Design
    Principles and Practices.
  • Vijay Garg and Joseph Wilkes Wireless and
    Personal Communication Systems.
  • Hari Balakrishnan, Reliable Data Transport
    over Heterogeneous Wireless Networks, PhD thesis,
    UC Berkeley, 1998.


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Advanced Networking Technologies LABS
Support MaterialUseful Networking Texts Theses
  • Performance, Modelling
  • Raj Jain, The Art of Computer Systems
    Performance Analysis, Wiley, 1991.
  • Len Kleinrock, Queueing Theory.
  • Programmable Networks
  • David Wetherall, Service Introduction in an
    Active Network, PhD thesis, M.I.T., 1999.
  • Elan Amir, An Agent-based approach to
    Multimedia Transmission over Heterogeneous
    Environments, PhD thesis, U.C. Berkeley, 1998.

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