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COURSE DELIVERY PLAN - THEORY

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LP: CS6551

Department of INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


B.E/B.Tech/M.E/M.Tech : B.Tech

Rev. No: 00
Date: 27.06.2015

Regulation: 2013

Sub. Code / Sub. Name : CS6551 / COMPUTER NETWORKS


Unit

:I

Unit Syllabus: FUNDAMENTALS & LINK LAYER


Building a network Requirements - Layering and protocols - Internet Architecture
Network software Performance ; Link layer Services - Framing - Error Detection - Flow
control
Objective:
The student should be made to understand the division of network functionalities into layers.
Session
No *

Topics to be covered

Building a network, Applications

Requirements, perspectives, Scalable Connectivity,


Cost-Effective Resource Sharing, Support for Common
Services, Manageability

Layering and protocols

Internet Architecture

5
6
7
8
9

Network software, Sockets, Performance, Bandwidth


and Latency, Delay Bandwidth Product, High-Speed
Networks, Application Performance Needs
Link layer Services, Encoding (NRZ,
NRZI,Manchester, 4B/5B)
Framing-Byte-Oriented Protocols, Bit-Oriented
Protocols, Clock-Based Framing
Error Detection-Two-Dimensional Parity, Internet
Checksum Algorithm, Cyclic Redundancy Check
Flow control-Stop-and-Wait, SlidingWindow,
Concurrent Logical Channels

Ref

Teaching Aids

1-Ch. 1; Pg. 1-5


1-Ch. 1; Pg. 6-23
1-Ch. 1; Pg. 24-33,
5-Ch. 1; Pg. 19-21
1-Ch. 1; Pg. 33-36,
5-Ch. 1; Pg. 16-19
1-Ch. 1; Pg. 36-55
1-Ch. 2; Pg. 71-81,
2-Ch. 5; Pg. 469-474
1-Ch. 2; Pg. 81-91,
5-Ch. 11; Pg. 307310
1-Ch. 2; Pg. 91-102,
2-Ch. 5; Pg. 474-481
1-Ch. 2; Pg. 102-119,
5-Ch. 11; Pg.311-315

Content beyond syllabus covered (if any):

Course Outcome 1:
The student should be able to identify the components required to build different types of networks

* Session duration: 50 minutes

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Sub. Code / Sub. Name: CS6551 / COMPUTER NETWORKS


Unit : II

Unit Syllabus: MEDIA ACCESS & INTERNETWORKING


Media access control - Ethernet (802.3) - Wireless LANs 802.11 Bluetooth - Switching
and bridging Basic Internetworking (IP, CIDR, ARP, DHCP,ICMP )
Objective:
The student should be made to be familiar with the components required to build different
types of networks
Session
No *

Topics to be covered

Ref
1-Ch. 2; Pg. 119-128,
2-Ch. 5; Pg. 501-512
1-Ch. 2; Pg. 128-142,
2-Ch. 6; Pg. 562-580
1-Ch. 2; Pg. 142-148,
5-Ch. 14; Pg. 434-441
1-Ch. 3; Pg. 170-203,
2-Ch. 5; Pg. 512-519

Teaching
Aids

10

Media access control, Ethernet (802.3)

11

Wireless LANs - 802.11

12

Bluetooth

13

Switching and bridging

14

Basic Internetworking - Definition, Service Model,


IP, Global Addresses, Datagram Forwarding in IP

1-Ch. 3; Pg. 203-220

15

Basic
Internetworking - CIDR
,

1-Ch. 3; Pg. 220-228

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Basic Internetworking - ARP, RARP

1-Ch. 3; Pg. 228-231,


2-Ch. 5; Pg. 497-501

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Basic Internetworking - DHCP

Basic Internetworking - ICMP, Virtual Private


Networks (VPN) and Tunneling
Content beyond syllabus covered (if any):
Basic Internetworking - RARP
Virtual Private Networks (VPN) and Tunneling
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Course Outcome 2:
The student should be able to build different types of networks.

* Session duration: 50 mins

1-Ch. 3; Pg. 231-235


1-Ch. 3; Pg. 228-240

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Sub. Code / Sub. Name: CS6551 / COMPUTER NETWORKS


Unit : III

Unit Syllabus : ROUTING


Routing (RIP, OSPF, metrics) Switch basics Global Internet (Areas, BGP, IPv6),
Multicast addresses multicast routing (DVMRP, PIM)
Objective:
The student should be made to be exposed to the required functionality at each layer
Session
No *

Topics to be covered

Ref

Teaching
Aids

19

Routing - RIP

1-Ch. 3; Pg. 240-252,


2-Ch. 4; Pg. 420-424

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Routing - OSPF

1-Ch. 3; Pg. 252-262,


2-Ch. 4; Pg. 424-426

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Routing - metrics

22

Switch basics, Ports, Fabrics, Router Implementation

23

Global Internet - Areas

1-Ch. 4; Pg. 308-312

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Global Internet - BGP

1-Ch. 4; Pg. 313-324,


2-Ch. 4; Pg. 426-433

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Global Internet - IPv6

1-Ch. 4; Pg. 324-338

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Multicast - addresses, Multicast routing - DVMRP

1-Ch. 4; Pg. 340-343,


2-Ch. 4; Pg. 439-446

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Multicast routing - PIM

1-Ch. 4; Pg. 344-348

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1-Ch. 3; Pg. 262-267


1-Ch. 3; Pg. 267-280

Content beyond syllabus covered (if any):

Course Outcome 3:

The student should be able to identify solution for each functionality at each layer

* Session duration: 50 mins

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Sub. Code / Sub. Name: CS6551 / COMPUTER NETWORKS


Unit : IV

Unit Syllabus : TRANSPORT LAYER


Overview of Transport layer - UDP - Reliable byte stream (TCP) - Connection management Flow control - Retransmission TCP Congestion control - Congestion avoidance (DECbit,
RED) QoS Application requirements
Objective:
The student should be made to learn the flow control and congestion control algorithms.
Session
No *

Topics to be covered

28

Overview of Transport layer

29

UDP

30

Reliable byte stream (TCP), End-to-End Issues, Segment


Format

31

Connection management

32

Flow control

33

Retransmission

34

TCP Congestion control- Slow Start, Fast Retransmit and


Fast Recovery

35

Congestion avoidance (DECbit, RED), Source based


Congestion avoidance

36

QoS Application requirements

Ref
1-Ch. 5; Pg. 391-393,
2-Ch. 3; Pg. 224-236
1-Ch. 5; Pg. 393-396,
2-Ch. 3; Pg. 236-242,
5-Ch. 23; Pg. 709-715
1-Ch. 5; Pg. 396-402,
2-Ch. 3; Pg. 242-268,
5-Ch. 23; Pg. 715-723
1-Ch. 5; Pg. 402-407,
2-Ch. 3; Pg. 269-288,
5-Ch. 23; Pg. 723-728
1-Ch. 5; Pg. 407-417,
2-Ch. 3; Pg. 288-290,
5-Ch. 23; Pg. 728-731
1-Ch. 5; Pg. 418-422,
2-Ch. 3; Pg. 290-297,
5-Ch. 23; Pg. 731-735
1-Ch. 6; Pg. 499-514,
2-Ch. 3; Pg. 307-319,
5-Ch. 24; Pg. 761-768
1-Ch. 6; Pg. 514-530
5-Ch. 24; Pg. 769-776
1-Ch. 6; Pg. 530-537
5-Ch. 24; Pg. 776-780

Content beyond syllabus covered (if any):


Source based Congestion avoidance

Course Outcome 4:
The student should be able to develop the algorithms for flow control and congestion control.

* Session duration: 50 mins

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Sub. Code / Sub. Name: CS6551 / COMPUTER NETWORKS


Unit : V

Unit Syllabus : APPLICATION LAYER


Traditional applications -Electronic Mail (SMTP, POP3, IMAP, MIME) HTTP Web
Services DNS - SNMP
Objective:
The student should be made to learn about various applications and their corresponding
protocols.
Session
No *
37
38
39

Topics to be covered
Traditional applications
Electronic Mail (SMTP, POP3, IMAP, MIME) - Message
Format
Electronic Mail (SMTP, POP3, IMAP, MIME) - Message
Transfer, Mail Reader

40

HTTP

41

Web Services - Custom and defining Application Protocols

42

Web Services - Defining Transport protocols and


Standardizing web services protocols,
REST(REpresentational State Transfer Protocol)

43

DNS - Domain Hierarchy, Name Servers

44

DNS - Name Resolution

45

SNMP

Ref
1-Ch. 9; Pg. 697700,
2-Ch.
2;
1-Ch. 9; Pg.
Pg. 112700126
703,
2-Ch. 9;
2; Pg.
Pg. 7031461-Ch.
152
708,
2-Ch.
2;
1-Ch. 9; Pg.
Pg. 152708158
718,
2-Ch.
1-Ch. 2;
9; Pg.
Pg. 126718144
722
1-Ch. 9; Pg. 722727
1-Ch. 9; Pg. 745752,
2-Ch.
2;
1-Ch. 9; Pg.
Pg. 158752166
755,
2-Ch.
1-Ch. 2;
9; Pg.
Pg. 166756172
758

Content beyond syllabus covered (if any):

Course Outcome 5:
The student should be able to demonstrate various applications and their protocols.

* Session duration: 50 mins

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Sub Code / Sub Name: CS6551 / COMPUTER NETWORKS

Mapping CO PO:
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A Excellent ; B Good ; C - Average

REFERENCES:
1. Larry L. Peterson, Bruce S. Davie, Computer Networks: A systems approach, Fifth
Edition, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 2011.
2. James F. Kurose, Keith W. Ross, Computer Networking - A Top-Down Approach
Featuring the Internet, Fifth Edition, Pearson Education, 2009.
3. Nader. F. Mir, Computer and Communication Networks, Pearson Prentice Hall
Publishers, 2010.
4. Ying-Dar Lin, Ren-Hung Hwang, Fred Baker, Computer Networks: An Open Source
Approach, Mc Graw Hill Publisher, 2011.
5. Behrouz A. Forouzan, Data communication and Networking, Fourth Edition, Tata
McGraw Hill, 2011.
Prepared by

Approved by

Signature
Name

Mr.T. Sukumar
Ms. V. Saroja

Designation

Assistant Professor

Date

27.06.2015

Remarks *:

Remarks *:

* If the same lesson plan is followed in the subsequent semester/year it should be mentioned and signed
by the Faculty and the HOD

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