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Unformatted text preview: COURSE PLAN (L1) Faculty: Faculty of Computing Page: 1 of 5 Course: Inter-­‐Networking Technology (SCR3242) Lecture Hours: 28 hours Semester: Semester 1 Session: 2015/16 1. LECTURER’S INFORMATION Name: Md A sri Bin Ngadi Office Room: N28A 03-­‐31-­‐01 Telephone: 07-­‐5538758 / 0149667871 Email Address [email protected] 2. COURSE INFORMATION 2a. Synopsis: This course will be emphasized on scaling network starting with LAN Redundancy, Link Aggregation and Wireless LAN. Additionally the focus will be given to routing protocol such as OSPF, and EIGRP. The second part of the course provides an extensive study in wide area network technology including WAN architectural and design, Point-­‐to-­‐Point, Frame Relay as well as enhanced and secured WAN technologies. At the end of this course, student should be able to configuring network devices, design wide area network and apply knowledge in some case study. 2b. Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course, students should have the following knowledge, skills and attitude to: Table 1: Mapping of Course Learning Outcomes (CO) to Program Outcomes (PO) Programme Learning Outcome(s) Course Learning Outcome Assessment Methods No. Addressed Identify and discuss the concept of LAN redundancy, PO1 (C1, P1, A1) T1, T2, PTT 1 wireless LAN and enhanced routing protocol from a small-­‐ or medium-­‐sized business network to larger or WAN. 2 Discuss and apply the architectural, design, protocol PO3 (C2, P2, A2) Q1, Q2, F and technologies of WAN toward secured and well maintained interconnection. PO4 (P2, CS2) Apply and explain in the class or group of members Pr 3 on selected networks configuration. 4 Planning, configure, testing and explain LAN switching, wireless LANs, WAN configuration and/or WAN security. PO5 (A2, CTPS1, CTPS2) PTT T – Test, Q-­‐Quiz, Pr – Presentation, PTT – Packet Tracer Test, F – Final Exam 2c. Generic Skills Addressed: In undergoing this learning, students will also acquire other value-­‐added skills such as: 1. Ability to communicate confidently through presentations and lab assignments. 2. Ability to solve and troubleshoot a simple real-­‐world problem with critical and optimal solution. Prepared by: Name: Muhammad Shafie Abd Latiff Signature: Date: 23 July 2014 Certified by: Name: Signature: Date: COURSE PLAN (L1) Faculty: Faculty of Computing Page: 2 of 5 Course: Inter-­‐Networking Technology (SCR3242) Lecture Hours: 28 hours Semester: Semester 1 Session: 2015/16 2d. Weekly Schedule: WEEK DATE 1 SYLLABUS Introduction to Scaling Networks • Implementing a Network Design • Selecting Network Devices ACTIVITIES LAN Redundancy and Aggregation • Spanning Tree Concepts • Varieties of Spanning Tree Protocols • First-Hop Redundancy Protocols • Link Aggregation Concepts 3 Wireless LANs • Wireless LAN Concepts • Wireless LAN Operation • Wireless LAN Security 4 Single-Area and Multiarea OSPF • Advanced Single-Area OSPF • Multiarea OSPF Operation Test 1(T1) EIGRP • Characteristics of EIGRP • Operation of EIGRP • Advanced EIGRP Hierarchical Network Design and Connecting to the WAN • Hierarchical Network Design Overview • Cisco Enterprise Architecture • Evolving Network Architecture • WAN Technologies Overview • Selecting a WAN Technology Test 2(T2) Point-to-Point Connections • Serial Point-to-Point Overview • PPP Operation 2 5&6 7 8 9 10 Packet Tracer Test CCNA 3 (PTT) Frame Relay • Introduction to Frame Relay Prepared by: Name: Muhammad Shafie Abd Latiff Signature: Date: 23 July 2014 Quiz 1 (Q1) Mid-­‐Semester Break Certified by: Name: Signature: Date: COURSE PLAN (L1) Faculty: Faculty of Computing Page: 3 of 5 Course: Inter-­‐Networking Technology (SCR3242) Lecture Hours: 28 hours Semester: Semester 1 Session: 2015/16 11 Network Address Translation for IPv4 • NAT Operation 12 Broadband Solutions • Teleworking Quiz 2 (Q2) Securing Site-to-Site Connectivity • VPNs • Site-to-Site GRE Tunnels • Introducing IPsec • Remote Access 13&14 15 Presentation (Pr) Monitoring the Network • Syslog • SNMP • Netflow Final Exam (F) FINAL 3. TEACHING METHODOLOGY The knowledge and skills are delivered to students through lecture sessions, individual and group assignments, lab exercises and discussion. Students are expected to participate actively in class. Table 2: Distribution of Student Learning Time Teaching and Learning Activities Student Learning Times (Hours) 1. Direct Learning (45) - Lecture 28 - Practical/Lab/Tutorial 10 - Student Centered Learning 7 2. Independent Study (28) - Independent Study 9 - Revision 9 - Preparation for Examination/Assignment/Project 10 3. Assessment (7) - Quizzes (2) 1 - Skill based Test 1 ¾ - Presentation ¼ - Test (2) 2 - Final Exam (1) 2 Total 80 Prepared by: Name: Muhammad Shafie Abd Latiff Signature: Date: 23 July 2014 Certified by: Name: Signature: Date: COURSE PLAN (L1) Faculty: Faculty of Computing Page: 4 of 5 Course: Inter-­‐Networking Technology (SCR3242) Lecture Hours: 28 hours Semester: Semester 1 Session: 2015/16 4. COURSE ASSESSMENT Assessment will be done through the scheme shown in Table 3. A student must obtain at least 65% MARKS TO PASS this SUBJECT. No. 1 2 3 3 4 5 Table 3: Marks Distribution Assessment Number % each Test CCNA3 2 15 Packet Tracer Test CCNA 3 (CTPS) 1 5 Packet Tracer Test CCNA 3 1 1 Presentations (CS) 1 5 Quizzes 2 5 Final Exam CCNA4 1 40 Overall Total % total Dates 30 5 10 5 10 40 100 As identified in the Course Plan 5. • • • • REFERENCES Lewis, W. 2008. LAN Switching and Wireless, CCNA Exploration Companion Guide. CISCO Press, USA. Vachon, B. and Graziani, R. 2008. Accessing the WAN, CCNA Exploration Companion Guide. CISCO Press, USA. (Also refer:: ) 6. ASSESSMENT DISTRIBUTION BASED ON CO-­‐PO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Cours e Learning Outcome Tes t 1 CCNA 3 (T1) Tes t 2 CCNA 3 (T2) Packet Traces Tes t (PTT) Quiz 1 (O1) Quiz 2 (O2) Final Exam (F) Pres entation (Pr) (CS) Packet Traces Tes t (PTT) (CTPS) % Total CTPS Program Learning Outcome CS Table 4: D istribution of Marks Based CO-­‐PO PO1 PO3 PO4 PO5 % Total CO1 CO2 CO3 CO4 15 15 10 5 5 40 5 5 40 50 5 5 15 15 10 5 5 40 5 5 100 0 0 Prepared by: Name: Muhammad Shafie Abd Latiff Signature: Date: 23 July 2014 Certified by: Name: Signature: Date: 0 0 0 0 COURSE PLAN (L1) 7. Faculty: Faculty of Computing Page: 5 of 5 Course: Inter-­‐Networking Technology (SCR3242) Lecture Hours: 28 hours Semester: Semester 1 Session: 2015/16 COURSE POLICY ü Attendance is compulsory and will be taken in every lecture session. Students with less than 80% total attendance are not allowed to sit for final exam. ü Students are required to behave and follow the dressing regulation and etiquette which has been stated in University ruling while in class, in lab, and in exam hall. ü Any form of plagiarisms is NOT ALLOWED. Students who are caught cheating during exams may FAIL the course (no mark for cheating during Quiz). Students who copied other student’s assignment/lab exercise will get zero mark. ü Exercises will be given in class and some may be taken for assessment. Students who do not take the exercise will lose the coursework marks for the exercise. ü Make up exam will not be given, except to students who are sick and submit medical certificate which is confirmed by UTM panel doctors. Make up exam can only be given within one week from the initial date of exam. ü Assignments must be submitted on the due dates. Some points will be deducted for the late submission. Assignments that are hand over after three days from the due dates will not be accepted. Prepared by: Name: Muhammad Shafie Abd Latiff Signature: Date: 23 July 2014 Certified by: Name: Signature: Date: ...
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