IT120-Syllabus-S11 - IT 120 Introduction to Networking...

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IT 120 Introduction to Networking Technology Spring 2011 Course Description: IT 120 is an introduction to the basics of networking in a modern operating system environment. Emphasis is placed on the application and management of networking technology. Topics to be covered include: the layered model, network hardware and technologies, network protocols, wired and wireless networks, and TCP/IP. This is an introductory networking course and is oriented toward freshman and sophomores. There are no prerequisites for this course. Instructor: Lori Watrous- deVersterre Office : GITC 3803 Phone: 973.596.5688 Email: [email protected] i t.edu (Please put IT120 and course section in the subject of your email) Hours : Monday 4-5, Wednesday 8-11, or by appointment Text : MANAGING AND TROUBLESHOOTING NETWORKS, 2 nd edition, Mike Meyers, McGraw Hill, 200 9 , ISBN: 0-07-161483- 4 Note : The first edition of this textbook is significantly different. It should not be used for this class. Moodle: Additional material and resources will be found on the class website on Moodle, ( http://moodle.nj i t.edu ). It will be modified and updated as the course progresses and will contain the most recent information. Schedule: The following is a tentative schedule and subject to change. Refer to class web page for most recent information. Day Topics Reading Due Week 1.1 Course Information Layered Model None Week 1.2 Layered Model Functions of the layers Protocols Binary and Hexadecimal Read Chapter 2 Week 2.1 Physical Layer
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