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Welcome To CSCI 233 Internet Protocols David C. Roberts
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Course Objectives The Internet pervades all aspects of computing Understanding how it works is worthwhile for all of us The Internet also is an example of good choices in technology planning We will look at Internet protocols from an algorithmic perspective and examine those choices You will learn how the present Internet works You will be equipped to understand the principles that will underlie new technology introductions to the Internet
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Tonight Introduction to the course Philosophy Mechanics Ethernet technology Introduction to networking
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Course Mechanics Read everything on the Web site: www.csci233.org The text is a good one; the course follows You are expected to locate and read RFCs Assignment every week—late assignments not accepted Email assignments to homework@csci233.org before 7:10 pm on the due date Mid-term Final Project: a paper and class presentation of paper
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Contacting the Professor Use email; send to dave@davedoesitall.com Call at home 301 983-0452 Call at work—emergencies only 703 613-8247 Contact our T/A Henry_Yu@gwu.edu
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Internet Background Computers are valuable Store, access, manipulate information Networked computers are more valuable Computers cooperate Enables interaction, communication All computers on one network changes everything Power of computers everywhere The right information everywhere Metcalfe: The value of a network is proportional to the square of the number of computers connected to it
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Internetworking Internetworking—interconnecting heterogeneous networks using a set of communications conventions that allows them to interoperate Open system technology—publicly available specifications Influence of the Internet approach on software development
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Internet Services Protocols—syntactical and semantic rules for communication Message formats Actions Error handling
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