LECTURE PLAN

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FACULTY OF INDUSTRIAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (FIIT)

LECTURE PLAN

IAS2153 – COMPUTER NETWORKING

Learning Outcome:

After completing the subject, students will be able to:

  • Determine suitable network topologies, access methods, transmission media, and network design for organization.
  • Planning, designing and managing the networks.
  • Utilize a network technology in learning and configuring a networking hardware such as router and switch.
  • Secure the networks using security audits, security policy, encryption, and wireless network security.

Class Schedule:

DAY

TIME

VENUE

NOTE

Wednesday

2.30-4.30pm

BS2

Lecture (G2)

Wednesday

8.30-10.30am

GL209

Lab (G4)

Friday

4.30-6.30pm

Gl209

Lab (G2)

Consultation Schedule:

DAY

Monday

Tuesday

TIME

2.30-4.30pm

2.30-4.30pm

Course Planning:

WEEK

CHAPTER

TASK

1

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO NETWORKING

LECTURE/QUIZ 1

2

CHAPTER 2: NETWORKING STANDARDS AND THE OSI MODEL

LECTURE/QUIZ 2

3

CHAPTER 3: TRANSMISSION BASICS AND NETWORKING MEDIA

LECTURE/QUIZ 3

4

CHAPTER 4: NETWORK PROTOCOLS

LECTURE

5

MIDTERM TEST

25.8.2010

6

CHAPTER 5: TOPOLOGIES AND ETHERNET STANDARDS

LECTURE/QUIZ 4

7

CHAPTER 6: NETWORK HARDWARE

LECTURE

8

CHAPTER 7: WAN AND REMOTE CONNECTIVITY

LECTURE

9

CHAPTER 8: NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEM

LECTURE

10

CHAPTER 9: IN-DEPTH TCP/IP NETWORKING

LECTURE/QUIZ 5


CHAPTER 10 : NETWORK MANAGEMENT

LECTURE

12

PRACTICAL TEST/ MIDTERM TEST 2


13

PROJECT/ TUTORIAL / EXERCISE / PRESENTATION


14

REVISION CHAPTER

1-10/10/2010

(END OF CLASS)

15

FINAL EXAM

11-31/10/2010

Assessment:

Assessment Type

Weight

Frequency

Quiz

10%

>3

Assignment/ Lab Exercise

10%

1

Project

20%

1

Mid Term Examination (Chapter 1-5)

20%

1

Final Exam

40%

1

*5% extra bonus for Tutorial Exercise, will be insert into project.

Main references supporting the course

  1. Tamara Dean (2004). Network + Guide To Networks, Third Edition. Thomson Publication.

  1. Grice,M.(2004). Lab Manual for Network+ Guide to Network. 3rd Edition. Course Technology.

Additional references supporting the course

  1. M. Clampa (2000). Networking Basics. Thomson Publication.

  1. Maureen Adams, etc. Networking Complete. Thomson Publication.

  1. Fred Halsall (1997). Data Communications, Computer Networks and Open Systems. Fourth edition. Addison-wesley.

  1. J. Richard Burke (2004). Network Management : Concepts and practice : A hands-on approach. Pearson Education, Inc.

  1. Todd Lammle (2007). Cisco Certified Network Associate Study Guide 6th Ed. Sybex.

Important Notes:

1. If you do not submit an item of coursework, or you do not attend the examination, you will receive zero mark for that component of the assessment. If you submit neither, you will receive no grade for the unit. If you are unable to attend the final exam, you should apply to the faculty for the deferred exam. The faculty has established procedures for this (further information is available from the Faculty Office). No excuse is accepted for not attending any quiz(s) or test(s) conducted during the course. Students are not allowed to re-sit or defer any quiz(s) or mid term examination.

2. Students who are absent for than 80% of the prescribed classes can be barred from final exam which will result into receiving no grade for the paper.

3. Using information from other sources and not citing the source is plagiarism, a form of CHEATING. When you are working with other students, please remember that failing to contribute adequately to the project but taking full credit for others efforts is also a form of cheating. If you are caught CHEATING or TRYING TO CHEAT in your assignment(s), quiz(s) or final exam, you can and will be punished accordingly.

4. Student attending the class must follow and adhere to the University’s dress code. Any student caught not adhering to said dress code can and will be prohibited from attending my class(s) and any loss resulted from his/her absentee regarding this matter will be his/her own liability.

5. Students at all time should maintain good manners with lectures and other university’s staff.

6. Respect lecture and other student’s times and rights. No paging, messaging (SMS) or telephoning is allowed during class.

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