Scheda programma d'esame
NETWORK MANAGEMENT AND CONFIGURATION
PIERO CASTOLDI
Anno accademico2018/19
CdSINFORMATICA E NETWORKING
Codice149II
CFU9
PeriodoAnnuale
LinguaInglese

ModuliSettoreTipoOreDocente/i
GESTIONE E CONFIGURAZIONE DELLE RETIING-INF/03LEZIONI72
PIERO CASTOLDI unimap
FRANCESCO PAOLUCCI unimap
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Learning outcomes
Knowledge

This course aims at providing students with a guided and critical overview of the communications network protocol evolution. The course will mainly focus on the TCP/IP architecture of the current Internet and on the Ethernet protocol. Finally the most recently introduced standards will be presented. Protocols (e.g., MPLS) and algorithms for traffic engineering and resilience will be introduced. Elements of event driven simulation will be provided. The concept presented in class will become topic of a large set of lab experiments and hands-on lectures.

Assessment criteria of knowledge

Methods:

  • Final written exam
  • Midterm and endterm verifications
Skills

At the end of the course the student will gain:

- an in-depth knowledge of the lower layers of TCP/IP networking

- management and configuration of IP networks

- traffic engineering and resilience within the Internet

Assessment criteria of skills

Means of achievements are:

- in-depth front lectures on theoretical topics

- hands-on sessions on commercial devices

Teaching methods

Delivery: face to face

Learning activities:

  • attending lectures

Attendance: Not mandatory

Teaching methods:

  • Lectures
Syllabus

1) Communications Networks
- Data Transmission fundamentals
- Physical Media
- Connection-oriented vs connectionless communications
- Packet switching
- Review of ISO/OSI and TCP/IP protocol architecture
- MAC and Logical Link Control o Automatic Repeat reQuest (ARQ)
- Ethernet o CSMA/CD o Repeaters, Bridges, Switches
- Switched Ethernet 1GbE, 10GbE, beyond 10GbE o VLAN
- IP Networking, Subnetting, Supernetting
- Routing basics: RIP, OSPF
- Quality of service: IntServ, DiffServ
- MPLS protocols, OSPF-TE, RSVP-TE
- Network resilience and availability, Resilience in IP, MPLS

Hands-on sessions in Networks&Services Lab at TeCIP Institute (Scuola Sant'Anna)

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