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Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Nagpur Department of Information Technology Course Code: IT408 Course Name: Applications of Computer

Networks (ACN) Term: ODD (2013-14)


Faculty Details: Course Teacher: Mr. Vijendrasinh Office: Y.C.C.E., Nagpur Office Hours: 09:00 am to 4:00 pm
Mobile no : 9028464089 Email: vijendrapthakur@gmail.com

P. Thakur

Course Website: On Browser, username: guest & IP is : 172.16.1.4 Required Textbook


1. Computer Networks 5th Edition by Andrew Tanenbaum Pearson Prentice Hall 2. TCP/IP Protocol Suite 3rd edition by Behrouz.A.Forouzan Tata McGraw Hill Pub 3. Cryptography & Network Security 2nd edition by Behrouz.A.Forouzan Tata McGraw Hill 4. Computer Networks and Internets with Internet applications 4th edition (2003) by Douglas E.Comer Prentice Hall 5. Fundamentals of Information Technology 2nd edition (2009) by Alexis Leon Vikas publishing house 6. Web Technologies TCP/IP Architecture,and Java Programming Second Edition by Achyut S. Godbole and Atul Kahate Tata McGraw Hill Pub

Reference Books:
1. Computer Networks & E-commerce 2000 by Parag Diwan Pentagon Pub

Course Objectives To understand the concepts in Computer Networking. To understand the OSI and TCP/IP reference model. To understand various networking devices and its functions. To understand basic networking protocols To understand the basics of Internet and its applications and security threats Course Assessment
Grading is based on the following components that are weighted as described below: 1. Home Assignments: 4% 2. Surprise test/MCQs: 4% 3. Attendance: 2% 4. Mid Semester Examinations (2): 15% each 5. End Semester Examination: 60%

Home Assignments:
Three Home Assignments will be given. The general policy is that home Assignment is to be submitted in the office of Course Teacher on the dates mentioned. Extensions in submission of assignments are granted in advance and under special circumstances. Solutions to the homework problems will be posted on the course website at 5 PM on Date of submission. Therefore, no late homework can be accepted, except for those with extensions granted in advance (see first item above). Be professional, e.g., use engineering graph paper, write neatly, write on one side of page only, and show all work. Please make sure to prepare well in advance so that you can ask questions during class, tutorials, or office hours.

Quiz/Online Test:
The student has to give answers for the multiple choice questions.

Examinations
There will be 3 scheduled exams and at least one surprise test as detailed below. The schedule of these examinations is given in the Academic Calendar for the session published by the Dean (Academic matters) 1. MSE #1: On the basis of Units 1 and 2 of the syllabus 2. MSE #2: On the basis of unit 3 and 4 of the syllabus. 3. ESE: On the basis of Units 1 to 6 of the syllabus 4. Surprise Tests: on the topics taught till the day of examinations.

Comments, Suggestions, and Additional Information


1. Take advantage of office hours! This is time we have set aside to meet with students. All office hours will be posted on the class website. 2. Announcements, hints for homework problems, homework solutions, grades, errata, etc. will be posted on the class website (frequently). Check the site once or twice per week. 3. The best way to reach us is via email. We can usually get back to students within 24 hours. 4. Questions about grading should be raised with the Course Teacher within 3 days of announcement of marks. (Also during office hours). 5. Suggestions: Spend time mastering the fundamental concepts introduced in the early part of the course. Solve problems! The more you solve the smaller problems the more you would be good at solving larger problems. At a minimum, you should understand the homework problems, the examples presented in class, and the examples in the textbook.

IT408 : Applications of Computer Networks (Odd Term 2013-14)


Course Teacher: Mr. Vijendrasinh P. Thakur

Teaching Plan
Lecture Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Unit Topic Date

Introduction

UNIT - 1 UNIT-2 UNIT-4 UNIT-3

Overview of a Network: Terminal, Growth of Computer Networking. Applications of computer networks. Network for companies, people, & social issues. Computer Networking devices: Modems , Repeaters , Hubs, NIC Computer Networking devices : Routers , switches Network Architecture: Peer-to-peer Architecture. Network Architecture: Client/Server Architecture.

LAN Topologies-Star Topology, Ring Topology, Bus Topology Different Transmission Media: Copper Wires, Glass Fibers Wireless transmission- Electromagnetic spectrum Different Transmission Media: Radio, Satellites. The OSI reference model TCP/IP reference model Comparison of OSI & TCP/IP reference model.
Types of services connection-oriented, connectionless service Switching techniques: Circuit switching, Packet switching and message switching. Virtual and Datagram circuit Error control, flow control Error detection and correction techniques. Error detecting codes CRC, Hamming code. Introduction to Network Addressing: Physical, Logical and Port addresses

22 23 24 25 26 27

IP protocol Classful & classless IP addresses examples on ip addresses Subnetting Supernetting Examples on Subnetting & Supernetting

28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

Internet and World Wide Web: Working of web browser architecture URL and its types Internet Protocols: Transmission Control Protocol User Datagram Protocol File Transfer Protocol Hypertext Transfer Protocol, Telnet, email, MIME. SMTP.
Network Security: attacks security services, a model for internetwork security encryption model, steganography. System security: Intruders, viruses and worms intruders viruses and related threats Fire walls: design principles, trusted system, Introduction to electronics-commerce and Security overview of electronic-commerce.

UNIT-6

UNIT-5

Suggested Self Readings


Sr. No. 1. 2. Reference to suggested article (Book chapter/Web page (URL)/Research paper, etc.) NPTEL, DTEL Materials. IP Addressing Concept Material on www.whatismyip.com Remark

Sr. No. 1.

Content Beyond Syllabus Topic Mobile IP

Date

Sr. No. 1. 2.

Assignment Topics Unit -1, Unit-2 Unit-3, Unit-4

Date of Submission 19th Aug 2013 24th Sep 2013

Self Learning Topic Case studies based on recent trends

Course Teacher Mr. Vijendrasinh P. Thakur