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Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering


LP: NC 7101
M.E: EC Regulation: R-2013 Rev. No: 00
PG Specialisation : Communication systems Date: 01/02/2016
Sub. Code / Sub. Name : NC 7101 - HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTER NETWORKS
Unit :I

Unit Syllabus : Review of OSI, TCP/IP; Multiplexing, Modes of Communication, Switching, Routing.
SONET DWDM DSL ISDN BISDN,ATM.
Objective: To provide an overview of various network architectures, physical media, channel access
techniques and the related link-level protocols

Session Teaching
Topics to be covered Ref
No * Aids
Introduction to computer networks 8,3
1. PPT

Network architecture-Layering & Protocols, OSI Architecture, TCP/IP 8,2


2. PPT
Architecture
Channel access on links- Multiplexing techniques (TDMA, 2,5
3. PPT
FDMA,WDMA,CDMA)
Modes of communication, Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing, 2
4. PPT
Digital subscriber Lines and its types
Circuit switching vs. packet switching, Virtual circuit switching and 8
5. PPT
Packet switched networks
Synchronous Optical Network (SONET ), Routing algorithms- 2,8
6. PPT
Intradomain routing (RIP, distance vector, link state and OSPF)
Interdomain routing protocols (BGP) 8
7. PPT

ISDN and Broadband-ISDN 2


8. PPT

Asycnhronous Transfer Mode (ATM). Research areas in wireless 8,9


9. PPT/ICT
Networks

Content beyond syllabus covered (if any): Research areas in wireless Networks

* Session duration: 50 minutes


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Sub. Code / Sub. Name: NC 7101 - HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTER NETWORKS

Unit : II

Unit Syllabus : Streaming stored Audio and Video Best effort service protocols for real time interactive
applications Beyond best effort scheduling and policing mechanism integrated services RSVP-
differentiated services.

Objective: To develop a comprehensive understanding of multimedia networking.

Session Teaching
Topics to be covered Ref
No * Aids
Multimedia Networking Applications 1
10. PPT

Streaming stored audio and video- RTSP 1


11. PPT

Real-time Multimedia: Internet Phone Case Study-Fixed playout delay, 1


12. PPT
adaptive playout delay
Protocols for Real-Time Interactive Applications - 1,6,5,9
13. PPT/ICT
RTP, RTCP, SIP, H.323
Beyond Best Effort 4 scenarios 1
14. PPT

Scheduling and Policing Mechanisms FIFO, priority scheduling, 1


15. PPT
Round robin, weighted fair queuing, token bucket algorithm
Integrated Services 1
16. PPT

Resource Reservation protocol (RSVP) 1


17. PPT

Differentiated Services, 4G Multimedia Conferencing 1,9


18. PPT/ICT

CAT I -
-

Content beyond syllabus covered (if any): 4G Multimedia Conferencing

* Session duration: 50 mins


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Sub. Code / Sub. Name: NC 7101 - HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTER NETWORKS

Unit : III

Unit Syllabus : Virtual private network-Remote access VPN, site-to-site VPN, tunneling and PPP, Security in
VPNs, Multiprotocol Label Switching-MPLS operation, Routing in MPLS domains, Tunneling and use of FEC,
Traffic engineering, MPLS based VPNs, overlay networks-peer-to-peer (P2P) connection.

Objective: To study the types of VPN and tunneling protocols for security.
Session Teaching
Topics to be covered Ref
No * Aids
Introduction-Virtual private network 7 PPT
19.

Types of VPN-Remote access VPN, site-to-site VPN and its protocols 7 PPT
20.

Tunneling and PPP-carrier protocols and encapsulating protocols, Security 7 PPT


21.
in VPNs
Multiprotocol Label Switching-MPLS operation-MPLS packet format 7 PPT
22.

Routing in MPLS domains-Multilayer 2 switching 7 PPT


23.

Tunneling and use of FEC-Label Distribution Protocol (LDP) 7 PPT


24.

Traffic engineering-traffic oriented and resource oriented 7 PPT


25.

MPLS based VPNs-Layer 3 routing in an MPLS network 7 PPT


26.

Overlay networks-peer-to-peer (P2P) connection, Major VPN Challenges 7,10 PPT


27.

Content beyond syllabus covered (if any): Major VPN Challenges

* Session duration: 50 minutes


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Unit : IV

Unit Syllabus : Littles theorem, Need for modeling, Poisson modeling and its failure, Non- poisson models,
Network performance evaluation
Objective: To impart knowledge on packet queues and delay analysis in a network using different network
models.

Session Teaching
Topics to be covered Ref
No * Aids
Introduction-traffic modeling
28. 7 PPT

Littles theorem
29. 7,4 PPT

Need for modeling


30. 7 PPT

Poisson process- Markovian FIFO queuing systems-M/M/1 queuing


31. 7 PPT
systems
M/M/1/b queuing systems , M/M/a queuing systems
32. 7 PPT

M/M/a/a queuing systems-models for delay sensitive traffic, M/M/


33. 7 PPT
queuing systems
Poisson model failure, Non-Markovian and self- similar process
34. 7 PPT

Network of queues-Burkes theorem


35. 7 PPT

Jacksons theorem , Design of networks & Summary


36. 7 PPT

CAT II - -

Content beyond syllabus covered (if any): Design of networks

* Session duration: 50 minutes


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Unit : V

Unit Syllabus : Network security, principles of network security, Authentication, Integrity, key distribution and
certification, Access controls-firewalls, attacks and countermeasures, security in many layers, Infrastructure for
network management-The internet standard management framework-SMI,MIB,SNMP,Security and
administration-ASN.1
Objective: To study about network security in many layers and network management

Session Teaching
Topics to be covered Ref
No * Aids
Network security, principles of network security
37. 1

Authentication, Integrity
38. 1

key distribution and certification


39. 1

Access controls-firewalls
40. 1

Attacks and counter measures , security in many layers


41. 1

Network management and its infrastructure


42. 1

SMI, MIB,SNMP
43. 1

ASN.1, Concepts & Research directions of security in social networks


44. 1

45. Review of the topics covered and discussion on university question papers - PPT/ BB

CAT III

Content beyond syllabus covered (if any):

Concepts & Research directions of security in social networks

* Session duration: 50 minutes


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3. LEOM-GarCIA, WIDJAJA, Communication networks, TMH seventh reprint 2002.
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5. Hersent Gurle & petit, IP Telephony, packet Pored Multimedia communication Systems,
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6. Fred Halsall and Lingana Gouda Kulkarni, Computer Networking and the Internet fifth
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Prepared by Approved by

Signature

Name S.Swarna Parvathi Dr.S.Muthukumar

Designation Associate Professor Professor & Head

Date 01/02/16 01/02/16


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