Skills: Have knowledge of network technology and network terminology. Know some simple algorithms for routing packets through a network.
General skills: Know how a communication network works. Know the difference between the seven layer OSI model and the TCP/IP model, and know what services each layer provides.
- packet and circuit switching
- layered models
- simple queuing principle
- flow control
- congestion control
The Internet is used as an example of how a data network can be built up. Based on internet also introduces:
- general routing algorithms
- Internet protocols TCP / IP and HTTP
The course also discusses the structure of routers and switches. Fundamental networking technology as LAN, cabling, IP addressing and sub-netting is also being reviewed. The course includes several practical lab exercises, and standard network components.
Required prerequisite knowledge
|Written exam||45/100||4 hours||A - F|
|Oral exam||55/100||30 minutes||A - F|
- Course coordinator
- Gianfranco Nencioni
- Course teacher
- Tuan Williams
- Head of Department
- Tom Ryen
Method of work
Bachelor studies at the Faculty of Science Faculty.
Master studies at the Faculty of Science Faculty.
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Sist oppdatert: 16.06.2019