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Unformatted text preview: 1 CIS067A-63Z, WINTER 2012 Local Area Networks Professor : Behrouz Forouzan Call # : 30462 Units : 4 1. GENERAL INFORMATION Distance Learning Center Table 1 gives the information for contacting Distance Learning Center: Professor Table 2 gives the information you need to know about your professors: Course Description In this course, you will learn about fundamental concepts of LANs architectures and protocols. The emphasis is on the evolution of Ethernet (traditional, fast, and gigabit), wireless LANs, ATM LANs, and LANE. The course also covers an introduction to LAN performance and LAN management. Table 1 Information about Distance Learning Center DLC Office : LC-107 Phone: (408)864-8969 FAX: (408)864-8245 and (408)864-5546 FAX: (408)864-8245 and (408)864-5546 Site: http://www.deanza.edu/distance Office Hours : Mon. to Thur., 8:30 AM to 6:00 PM; Friday: Closed Table 2 Information about Your Professor Name : Behrouz Forouzan Office Hours : On line (by email) January 09 to March 26 Email : forouzanbehrouz@fhda.edu Site: http://faculty.deanza.edu/forouzanbehrouz/ 2 Objectives After completing the readings, doing exercises, and viewing the lessons, you should be able to: a. Understand the major LAN transmission media and topology. b. Understand the major LAN protocols. c. Understand the LANs' performance. Prerequisite CIS066 advised. Some Important Dates Table 3 gives you some important dates that you need to be remember: 2. REQUIREMENTS The following is the minimum requirements for the course: 1. Do on-line orientation and be sure to have an email address (see Section 3). 2. Obtain the textbook (see Section 5). 3. Be prepared to spend a minimum of 10 hours per week studying the materials. 4. View video lessons (see Table 11). 5. Read the corresponding chapters in the textbook (see Table 10). 6. Pass the midterm tests and the final examination (see Section 8). 3. ORIENTATION AND EMAIL On-Line Orientation Do the orientation on line. The information is given in Table 4. Table 3 Some Important Dates First day of Winter Quarter: Monday, January 09 Last day to add (if space available) : Saturday, January 21 Last day to drop for a refund for non-resident students: Saturday, January 14 Last day to drop for a refund for resident students: Saturday, January 21 Last day to drop with no record of grade: Saturday, January 28 Last day to request a Pass/No Pass grade: Friday, February 03 Last day to drop with a w grade: Friday, March 02 Note: Please double check the above dates with the college catalogue or administration. Table 4 On-Line Orientation Site : http://www.deanza.edu/distance Deadline : Submit the Student Information Form by 12 noon on Friday, January 20 3 Registered students who do not complete the online orientation by the deadline may be dropped to make room for students on the wait list....
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2012 for the course CIS 067A taught by Professor Behrouzforouzan during the Fall '11 term at DeAnza College.

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CIS067A - 1 CIS067A-63Z, WINTER 2012 Local Area Networks...

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