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The Superior College, Lahore

Faculty of Computer Science & Information Technology


Course Outline
Course Course Title Computer Network
Information Course ID Course Type IT/CS/SE Core
Credit hours 4 Hours per week (C-L) 3-3
Program(s) BS (CS), BS (SE), BS (IT) Preferred Semester 6
Date 2019-08-20 Version 2.0
Offered Program(s) BS (SE) Semester Session Fall 2019
Course Instructor(s) Muhammad Saleem Butt TA / Lab Engineer Mr. Imran Ahmed
Information QCH Mr. Gohar Mumtaz Telephone No. / Ext.
Email saleembutt@superior.edu.pk Class Hours
Office / Room No. Office # 30 Office Hours
Course This course is designed to give introduction to the computer networking by covering all the layers of TCP/IP
Description standard and provides students with the knowledge of networking at small and intermediate level networks.
Understanding the Inter-network communication is the major aim of this course.
It includes the following major topics;
- OSI Model
- Switching & Routing
- Network Design
Course The objective of this course is to enable students;
Objectives No. Objective Relation
(CO) with PEO
CO1. To define Computer Networks, name uses of Computer Networks, and list the basic PEO 1
components of a Network system.
CO2. To explain the basic technical concepts of Computer Networks. PEO 3
CO3. To discuss learning and development of various algorithms related to Data Link Layer, PEO 2,3
Network Layer, Transport Layer and Application Layer.
CO4. To define the differences between protocols, software, and network architecture. PEO 2
CO5. To analyze why networks, need security and control, what errors might occur, and how to PEO 2,6
control network errors.
Course At the end of this course students will be able to;
Learning No. Outcome Relation BT PLO
Outcomes with PLO Level Level
(CLO) CLO1. Describe the key terminologies and technologies of computer networks PLO 4 C2 I
CLO2. Explain the services and functions provided by each layer in the Internet PLO 5, 11 C2 I
protocol stack.
CLO3. Identify various internetworking devices and protocols, and their functions PLO 2, 12 C4 I
in a network.
CLO4. Analyze working and performance of key technologies, algorithms and PLO 7, 12 C4 I
protocols.
CLO5. Build Computer Network on various Topologies PLO 4 C5 I
Lecture type Lecture + Group discussions + Case Study
Prerequisites None
Follow up Information / Network Security, Network and System Administration.
Courses
Textbook Title Edition Authors Publisher Year ISBN
Data Communications and Networking 5th Behrouz A. Thomas 2013 13: 978-
Forouzan 0073376226
10: 0073376221
Reference CCNA Routing & Switching, Complete 2nd Todd Lammle SYBEX 2016 978-1-119-
Books Study Guide 28828-2
Reference
Material
Course Cisco Packet tracer, MS Visio
Software

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or Tool
Assessment Assessment Weight Used to attain CLO Assessment Weight Used to attain CLO
Criteria Assignment 10% CLO 1, 2, 4 Quiz 10% CLO 1,2,3
(100%) Lab 10% CLO 1, 2, 4 Project / Presentation 10% CLO 3,4
Attendance 0% - Participation 0% -
Mid Term 20% CLO 1,2 Final 40% CLO 1-4
Methods of Quizzes, Assignments, Mid/Final exam, Lab, Project
Evaluation
Notes
COURSE CONTENTS
Week Topic Lecture Lecture Contents Relation with Lecture Material Class Activity Tasks
No. No. CLO
W1. Introduction L1.  Course Module discussion CLO 1 Slides: Lecture 1 Introduction of
 What is a Network and its elements? Students
 Network vs Internet (Different Terminologies)
L2.  Characteristics of a Network (Speed, Security, CLO 1 Slides: Lecture 1
Availability, Reliability, Cost)
 Network Topologies
W3. Network Types, L3.  Network Types (LAN, WAN) CLO 1,2 Slides: Lecture 2 Assignment 1
Layered Approach  3 Layers Network Model (Core, Distribution, Differentiate LAN
Access) and WAN and
draw respective
topology on VISIO

L4.  Collision Domain, Broadcast Domain, CSMA/CD CLO 1,2 Slides: Lecture 2
 Layered Approach
W5. OSI Model, TCP/IP L5.  OSI Model CLO 1,2,3 Slides Lecture 3 Quiz 1
Model L6.  TCP/IP Suite (Addressing Schemes) CLO 1,2,3 Slides Lecture 3 Reading Task:
 Ethernet Cabling Transmission
Media and
applications
W7. Transport Layer L7.  TCP vs UDP CLO 1,2,3 Slides Lecture 4
Protocols, IPv4 L8.  IP Addressing (Class-less) CLO 1,2,3 Slides Lecture 4 Assignment 2:
Make subnets and
IP Plan for an
organization
W9. IPv4 Subnetting L9.  IP Subnetting (Subnet Side) CLO 1,2,3 Slides Lecture 5 Make subnets and
 IP Plan (Host Side)
L10.  IP Subnetting (Host Side) CLO 1,2,3 Slides Lecture 5
W11. VLSM + Super L11.  VLSM + Revisit IP Subnetting CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 6
netting 
L12.  Reverse Engineering CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 6 Quiz 2
 Supper netting / Summarization
W13. IPv6 L13.  IPv6 CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 7
L14.  Revision CLO 1,2,3,4
W15. Mid Term Exam L15.  Mid Term Examination CLO 1,2,3,4
L16.
W17. Networking L17.  Networking Devices CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 8 Mid Paper Assignment 3:
Hardware Discussion Compare diff. net.
devices

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L18.  VLAN and Inter-VLAN Routing CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 8
W19. Spanning Tree L19.  Spanning Tree Protocol CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 9
Protocol, DHCP, L20.  DHCP Working CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 9
DNS  DNS Overview
W21. Routing L21.  Routing (Static vs Dynamic) CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 10 Quiz 3
 Routing Table Basics
L22.  Routing Protocols Types CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 10
 Distance Vector Routing Protocols
 Link-State Routing Protocols
W23. Routing L23.  RIP Protocol CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 11
 OSPF Protocol
L24.  NAT (Network Address Translation) CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 11
 PAT (Port Address Translation)
W25. Networking Plus L25.  ACL (Access Control Lists) CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 12
L26.  VPN (Virtual Private Networks) CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 12
W27. Network L27.  Frame Relay CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 13
Management L28.  NMS Working CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 13 Assignment 4
System Study and explain
NMS of your
choice
W29. Network Security L29.  Network Security Introduction CLO 1,2,3,4 Slides Lecture 14 Quiz 4
L30.  Revision + Project Discussion
W31. Project L31.  Project Demonstration CLO 1,2,3,4,5 Project
Demonstration Demonstration
L32.  Project Demonstration CLO 1,2,3,4,5 Project
Demonstration
W33. Final Term Exam  Final Term Exam CLO 1,2,3,4
LAB CONTENTS
Week Topic Lab Contents / Activity Home Tasks Relation
No. with CLO
W1. Introduction  Introduction to Networks Lab (Basic CLO 1
concepts of Networking) -
W2. Packet Tracer Tool,  Introduction to Packet Tracer, Difference Group Assignment 1: CLO 1
Cabling + Packet Between End & Intermediate devices, Topology design
Sniffing Cabling and Packet Sniffing
W3. Introduction to  Basic Router Configuration, TELNET CLO 1, 2
Router

W4. Connecting network  Establishing Connectivity between network Group Assignment 2: CLO 1, 2,
devices Devices, same devices Scenario, different Two PCs sharing through 3
devices Scenario, CDP Cross-over cable
W5. Introduction to  Introduction to Switch and basic switching CLO 1, 2,
Switch commands 3
W6. IP Addressing  Use VLSM technique to configure topology, CLO 1, 2,
Use VLSM technique & safe Addresses by 3
using the correct prefix length.
W7. Project Evaluation  50% Project Evaluation - CLO 1, 2,
3
W8. Mid Term Exam  Mid Term Examination
W9. VLAN + Inter-VLAN  Spanning Tree Protocol + VLAN Group Assignment 3: CLO 1, 2
Routing + STP Configuration Implement VLANs in your 3
topology
W10. DHCP  DHCP Configuration Configure DHCP in your CLO 1, 2,
topology 3
W11. Routing  Configuring Static Routes CLO 1, 2,
 Configuring Dynamic routing (RIP) 3, 4
W12. Routing  Dynamic Routing (EIGRP and OSPF) Configuring EIGRP CLO 1, 2,
3, 4
W13. Networking Plus  NAT and PAT - CLO 1, 2,
3, 4
W14. Networking Plus  Access Control Lists - CLO 1, 2,
3, 4
W15. Project Evaluation  100% Project Evaluation - CLO 1, 2,
3, 4
W16. Final Term Exam  Final examination

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Course policies
 Assignment and project rules
Each of the four assignments of the course may be failed once. You fail if you: a) Miss a deadline, b)
Don’t submit a paper according to the determined topic and workgroup, c) Don’t submit an assignment
within the range of the determined length, d) Commit plagiarism and/or e) Your task has poor
academic quality.
 Project rule:
Attendance at the defense seminar is mandatory. That means, according to their allocation students must
attend the defense seminar on mentioned date. Everybody showing up later or leaving earlier fails the
project. That means that you need to attend ALL the presentations in the day you have been allocated to
and not only those in which you are participating.
Student must fulfill all requirements of the project accordingly. Everyone responsible to show their work
output on packet tracer in running stage. If anyone commit plagiarism, student will be considered fail in
project.
 Class presence rules
Students should familiarize themselves with course syllabus and instructor expectations about specific
methods for requesting excused absences.
Questions regarding absences should be directed through the appropriate reporting channels.
The student is responsible for providing satisfactory evidence to the instructor to substantiate the reason
for absence.
o Participation in University sponsored activity at the request of University authorities.
o Death or major illness in a student’s immediate family.
o Illness of a dependent family member.
o Participation in legal proceedings or administrative procedures that require a student’s presence.
o Illness that is too severe or contagious for the student to attend class.
o Required participation in military duties.
o Mandatory admission interviews for professional or graduate school which cannot be
rescheduled.

 Make-up of quizzes/exams.
Make up of exam according to departmental policy.
Makeup of Quizzes (Each student strictly follow timespan of quiz and no retake of quiz is allowed)

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Semester Long Activities (Project/presentation etc.)

PROJECT – Networking with Packet Tracer (Topology Design, IP Planning &


Configuration)
Points: 100
Weightage: 10%

Description:
This project aims to provide basic understanding of Computer Networks. In this project, Students must
design network topology, make IP Plan and Configure network devices as per requirement. There are
basically three phases of this project (Topology Design, IP Planning & Configuration). Each phase will be
evaluated separately. Each phase is dependent on the predecessor phase.

Rubric for Project

Sr. Deliverable Description Mark Assessment Good Fair Unsatisfactory


No. s Rubric (70% - 100%) (50% - 70%) (0% - 50%)
1. Topology Visit an 20 Network Uses proper The student uses The student did
Design organization, Topology matching generic not complete
Draw network routers and equipment and the assignment
topology on MS switches and basic cabling. using the
Visio tool proper cabling  The topology is proper cabling
not completed or equipment 
in entirety and
wrong cabling
and devices
were used. 
2. IP Planning Make IP Plan 30 IP Addressing Student creates Student creates The addressing
using VLSM, and a VLSM sub- an addressing scheme is
VLAN strategy netted address scheme that is incorrect and
scheme that partially right does not satisfy
satisfies all the and functional. any of the
LAN Not all networks requirements.
requirements.  were addressed
correctly 
3. Configuration Configure 40 Configuration End-to-End The student The topology is
Networking connectivity is created a incorrectly
Equipment w.r.t. successful. The partially configured.
Routing/Switching student converged End-to-end
configures all network. The connectivity is
topics required. student shows not successful.
Shows high comprehension Student shows
proficiency in all in some of the minimal
areas.  required areas.  understanding
of the topics
included in this
assignment.
4. Presentation + 10
Viva Voce