Network Technology & Programming (2016)
Hands-on experience. In-depth comprehension.
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CS-435 is a 4-credit advanced-undergrad/grad course. It is aimed at familiarizing the students with current and upcoming networking technologies, acting as an extension of the core "CS-335: Networking Systems" course. The lectures go deeper into key networking issues ranging from IP subnetting, socket programming, to network monitoring, MPLS and 802.11 QoS, while the laboratory assignments have the following purposes:
demonstrate some of the most salient networking problems as they emerge in a real networking laboratory
provide hands-on experience with state-of-the art networking equipment
train the students at solving realistic problems
The Rules of the Game
Eight (8) Lab Assignments
Midterm Exam (Optional)
The final grade is calculated as follows:
30% Final Exam
10% Class Attendance
20% Midterm Exam (If > than final)
Design: Stefanos Papadakis
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