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COURSE OUTLINE

FACULTY OF TECHNOLOGY
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
COURSE NAME: Equipment Deployment, Interconnection and Wiring
COURSE CODE: COMP1154
CREDIT HOURS:

42 hrs.

PREREQUISITES:
COREQUISITES:
PLAR ELIGIBLE: YES

( )

NO

(X)

EFFECTIVE DATE: Sept., 2014


PROFESSOR: Nagham Kubba
PHONE:

OFFICE #:

C430

EMAIL: nkubba@georgebrown.ca

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COURSE NAME: Equipment Deployment, Interconnection and Wiring


COURSE CODE: COMP1154

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accommodations visit the Disability Services Office or the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Office on your campus.
STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES: Students should obtain a copy of the Student Handbook and refer to it for additional
information regarding the grading system, withdrawals, exemptions, class assignments, missed tests and exams,
supplemental privileges, and academic dishonesty. Students are required to apply themselves diligently to the course of
study, and to prepare class and homework assignments as given. Past student performance shows a strong relationship
between regular attendance and success.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:
This practical laboratory course introduces the students to industry standard techniques with
respects to equipment types, working principles, installation and interconnection. The students
will be exposed to industry standards such as network device functions, device deployment,
network interconnection, cable and connector types, cable management, power distribution,
racking systems, equipment stands and RF interference within racks.
ESSENTIAL EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS:
As mandated by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities essential employability skills
(EES) will be addressed throughout all programs of study. Students will have the opportunity to learn
(L) specific skills, to practice (P) these skills, and/or be evaluated (E) on the EES outcomes in a
variety of courses. The EES include communication, numeracy, critical thinking & problem solving,
information management, interpersonal and personal skills. The faculty for this course has indicated
which of the EES are either Learned (L), Practiced (P) or Evaluated (E) in this course:
Skill

1. to communicate clearly,
concisely and correctly in the
written, spoken and visual form
that fulfills the purpose and
meets the needs of the audience
2. to respond to written, spoken or
visual messages in a manner that
ensures effective communication

4. to apply a systematic approach


to solve problems

5. to use a variety of thinking skills


to anticipate and solve problems.

to locate, select, organize


and document
information using
appropriate technology
and information sources
8. to show respect for the
diverse opinions, values,
belief systems, and
contributions of others
9. to interact with others in
groups or teams in ways
that contribute to effective
working relationships and
the achievement of goals
10. to manage the use of time
and other resources to
complete projects
11. to take responsibility for
my actions, decisions and
consequences

L P

7.

3. to execute mathematical
operations accurately

6. to analyze, evaluate, and apply


relevant information from a
variety of sources

Skill

x
x

COURSE OUTCOMES:
Upon successful completion of this course the students will have reliably demonstrated the
ability to:
COURSE NAME: Equipment
COURSE CODE: COMP1154

Deployment, Interconnection and Wiring

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Install and configure a variety of network equipments.


Implement and test LAN and WAN network topologies.
Explain the working principles data link layer and network layer equipment.
Differentiate physical addressing and logical addressing.
Demonstrate TCP/IP protocols and services in SOHO and SMB network designs.
Describe the basic working principles of security device in small network domains.
Use cable testers and network analyzers to troubleshoot network device connectivity issues.
Examine CAT cabling standards at levels 1 through 6. Construct and maintain network
cables following industry standards.
9. Explain Fiber Optic cable standards and interconnection technologies.
DELIVERY METHODS / LEARNING ACTIVITIES:
The instructional methods of this course are comprised of class lectures using high quality multi
media projection system, lecture-demonstration, lecture-discussion, hands-on lab exercises, and
project assignments.
LIST OF TEXTBOOKS AND OTHER TEACHING AIDS:
Required:
1. CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking, Fourth Edition, Cannon, Caudle & Chiarella,
Thomsom, Course technology ISBN-13: 978-1-4188-3705-1
Recommended / Optional:
1. Handouts and Blackboard/WebCT or other online tools.
2. CCNA INTRO Exam Certification Guide by Wendell Odom,
ISBN: 1-58720-094-5, Cisco Press
3. Guide to Network Cabling Fundamentals by Beth Verity,
ISBN 0-619-12012-6, Thomson Course Technology
4. Guide to Networking Essentials by Grey Tomsho, Ed Tittel and David Johnson, ISBN:
0-619-21532-1, Thomson Course Technology
TESTING POLICY:
1.

A score of zero will be recorded for a missed assignment or examination unless the
student presents the professor with official substantiation of the absence the first day she
or he returns to class.

2.

Students are responsible for reading the appropriate material before classes so that they
may benefit from their practical activities and examples.

ASSIGNMENT POLICY:
1.

Students are responsible for keeping a back-up copy of each assignment submitted.

2.

All assignments submitted should adhere to the documentation standards distributed by


the professor.

3.

Students should check the assignment handouts for the instructions for submission.

COURSE NAME: Equipment


COURSE CODE: COMP1154

Deployment, Interconnection and Wiring

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EVALUATION SYSTEM:
Assessment Tool:

Description:

Outcome(s)
demonstrated:

EES
demonstrated:

Date /
Week:

Lab Assignment

Hands-on practice

All

All

Project

Rich task in real life


oriented scenarios
Subjects of the first
half course materials
Subjects of ALL course
materials

All

All

2-6, 8-9,
12, 14
10,11, 13 15

All

All

25

All

All

15

35

Midterm
Finterm

% of
Final
Grade:
25

TOTAL: 100%
GRADING SYSTEM
The passing grade for this course is: ___D_____
A+
A
A-

90-100
86-89
80-85

4.0
4.0
3.7

B+
B
B-

77-79
73-76
70-72

3.3
3.0
2.7

C+
C
C-

67-69
63-66
60-62

2.3
2.0
1.7

D+
D

57-59
50-56

1.3
1.0

Below 50

0.0

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TOPICAL OUTLINE

Week
Wk. 1
Wk. 2

Wk. 3

Wk. 4
Wk. 5
Wk. 6

Topic
Outcome(s)
Content
Chapter/Resources
Network
1-9 Introducing Networks
1
Overview
Lab: Network device console access and control
Physical
1,2 Network Device Access and Control
2
Components
,7 Lab: Make connections by different types of cables,
connectors, etc.
LAN
1-4 Introduction to LAN Switches and LAN Cabling
12
Switching
System
Lab: LAN Switch Connection
Network
5,6 Network Protocols and Services
3, 9
Analyzer
Lab: Utilizing Analyzer and Various PDUs Analysis
VLAN
2-4 Adv. LAN Switch Configuration
13
Lab: LAN Switch Configuration
Network
3,4 Network Layer Devices and Protocols
4
Layer
Lab: IP Settings on Network Devices
Devices

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Wk. 7

Midterm Examination

Wk. 8

Intersession week

Wk. 9

IP
Addressing
and Routing
Static
Routing
Dynamic
Routing(I)

Wk. 10
Wk. 11

Wk. 12

Dynamic
Routing(II)

Wk. 13

Security
Devices

Wk. 14

Structured
Cabling
System

Wk. 15

Network Layer Devices and Configuration (1)


Lab: Basic Network Layer Device Configuration

4,5

Network Layer Devices and Configuration (2)


Lab: Network Device with Routing Configuration
3-5 Network Layer Devices and Configuration (3)
Lab: Network Device with Adv. Routing
Configuration (I)
3-5 Network Layer Devices and Configuration (4)
Lab: Network Device with Adv. Routing
Configuration(II)
6

Network Security Devices


Lab: Basic Firewall configuration

6
7

7
Handout
10,14

7-9 Introduction of Structured Cabling System


and basics of Optic Fiber Connection.

Handout

Final Examination

For information on withdrawing from this course without academic penalty, please refer to
the College Academic Calendar: http://www.georgebrown.ca/Admin/Registr/PSCal.aspx

COURSE NAME: Equipment


COURSE CODE: COMP1154

Deployment, Interconnection and Wiring

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