CS206 : Introduction to Network Design & Analysis

Course Overview

Course Synopsis

Network Design and Anlysis includes the core portion of design based on different topological network paradigms. The wirehark section enables the learner to comprehend the network filtering based on packets.

Course Learning Outcomes

Network Buidling, Wireshark

  • Network Design and Anlysis includes the core portion of design based on different topological network paradigms. The wirehark section enables the learner to comprehend the network filtering based on packets.

Course Calendar

Week 1.1 Course Introduction1PPT
Week 1.2 What is a Network?1PPT
Week 1.3 Traditional Computer Networks1PPT
Week 1.4 Using the Network by Accident1PPT
Week 1.5 Using the Network on Purpose1PPT
Week 1.6 Well-known Network Applications1PPT
Week 1.7 Building a Network: Starts with a Plan1PPT
Week 1.8 Examples of Good Rules for Networking1PPT
Week 1.9 Proprietary and Public Models1PPT
Week 1.10 How TCP/IP Standard Grows?1PPT
Week 1.11 Two-Well Known Networking Models1PPT
Week 1.12 What is a Local Area Network?1PPT
Week 2.1 LAN Cables and Connectors2PPT
Week 2.2 Ethernet Hubs2PPT
Week 2.3 Ethernet Frames and Collisions2PPT
Week 2.4 How to avoid Collisions over Ethernet?2PPT
Week 2.5 Importance of Ethernet Addresses2PPT
Week 2.6 Frame Check Sequence2PPT
Week 2.7 Two Ethernet Standards2PPT
Week 2.8 Working of a LAN Switch2PPT
Week 2.9 Switch: Collision Avoidance2PPT
Week 2.10 Full Duplex and Full Switching2PPT
Week 2.11 Learning Ethernet addresses2PPT
Week 2.12 Ethernet Network Speeds2PPT
Assignment No. 1
Week 3.1 Multiple Physical LANs3PPT
Week 3.2 Introduction to Virtual LANs3PPT
Week 3.3 Packing VLAN’s frames in a Trunk3PPT
Week 3.4 Email: A Network Application3PPT
Week 3.5 TCP/IP Email Standards: SMTP, POP33PPT
Week 3.6 File Transfer Protocol (FTP)3PPT
Week 3.7 World Wide Web and HTTP Protocol3PPT
Week 3.8 Main Features of TCP3PPT
Week 3.9 Working of TCP3PPT
Week 3.10 TCP Flow and Congestion Control3PPT
Week 3.11 User Datagram Protocol (UDP)3PPT
Week 3.12 TCP Ports Numbers3PPT
Week 4.1 TCP Segmentation4PPT
Week 4.2 Basics of Internet Protocol (IP)4PPT
Week 4.3 Working of IP and IP addresses4PPT
Week 4.4 How to run an IP Network?4PPT
Week 4.5 Classes of IP Networks4PPT
Week 4.6 IP Subnetting4PPT
Week 4.7 Network Address Translation (NAT)4PPT
Week 4.8 Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)4PPT
Week 4.9 Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)4PPT
Week 4.10 End-to-End: Processing IP Packet4PPT
Week 4.11 A Link State Routing Algorithm4PPT
Week 4.12 Distance Vector Routing Algorithm4PPT
Assignment No. 2
Week 5.1 Working of Default Gateway Router5PPT
Week 5.2 Address Resolution Protocol5PPT
Week 5.3 Router’s Routing Logic and Table5PPT
Week 5.4 Routing with Subnets5PPT
Week 5.5 Router Hardware Architecture5PPT
Week 5.6 Routing to Nearby Places5PPT
Week 5.7 Dynamically Learning Routing Tables5PPT
Week 5.8 How to Pick the Best Route5PPT
Week 5.9 Interior & Exterior Routing Protocols5PPT
Week 5.10 Introduction to Domain Name System5PPT
Week 5.11 Domain Name System (DNS) Servers5PPT
Week 5.12 Working of Domain Name System5PPT
Week 6.1 DNS Resource Records6PPT
Week 6.2 Introduction to Wide Area Network6PPT
Week 6.3 Different Aspects of WAN Link6PPT
Week 6.4 A Cross-over Cable versus Leased Circuit6PPT
Week 6.5 Routers and WANS6PPT
Week 6.6 Frame Relay6PPT
Week 6.7 Frame Relay Switching6PPT
Week 6.8 Virtual Circuits6PPT
Week 6.9 Point-to-Point WANs & Frame Relay6PPT
Week 6.10 Routing over PVCs6PPT
Week 6.11 The Internet: A Large IP Network6PPT
Week 6.12 Using a Phone Line for Data6PPT
Week 7.1 Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)7PPT
Week 7.2 Sending Data without a Phone Line7PPT
Week 7.3 Introduction to AAA Security Model7PPT
Week 7.4 Password Authentication Protocol7PPT
Week 7.5 Virtual Private Network (VPN)7PPT
Week 7.6 Enterprise Network and the Internet7PPT
Week 7.7 Firewalls, Demilitarized Zone, IDS7PPT
Week 7.8 Introduction to Wireshark7PPT
Week 7.9 Five Common Network Problems7PPT
Week 7.10 Next 5 Common Network Problems7PPT
Week 7.11 Next 6 Common Network Problems7PPT
Week 7.12 Next 4 Common Network Problems7PPT
Week 8.1 Next 5 Common Network Problems8PPT
Week 8.2 Next 8 Common Network Problems8PPT
Week 8.3 A Four-Part Analysis Methodology8PPT
Week 8.4 Using a Troubleshooting Checklist8PPT
Week 8.5 Wireshark Lab 18PPT
Week 8.6 Wireshark Lab 28PPT
Week 8.7 Wireshark Lab 38PPT
Week 8.8 Wireshark Lab 48PPT
Week 8.9 Wireshark Lab 58PPT
Week 8.10 Wireshark Lab 68PPT
Week 8.11 Wireshark Lab 78PPT
Week 8.12 Wireshark Lab 88PPT
Mid Term Examinations
Week 9.1 Wireshark Lab 99PPT
Week 9.2 Wireshark Lab 109PPT
Week 9.3 Wireshark Lab 119PPT
Week 9.4. Wireshark Lab 129PPT
Week 9.5 Wireshark Lab 139PPT
Week 9.6 Wireshark Lab 149PPT
Week 9.7 Capture Options for a Switched Network9PPT
Week 9.8. Wireshark Lab 159PPT
Week 9.9 Wireshark Lab 169PPT
Week 9.10 Wireshark Lab 179PPT
Week 9.11 Verify the Target Host Traffic9PPT
Week 9.12 Wireshark Lab 189PPT
Week 10.1 Wireshark Lab 1910PPT
Week 10.2 Wireshark Lab 2010PPT
Week 10.3 Wireshark Lab 2110PPT
Week 10.4 Do not Focus on Acceptable Delays10PPT
Week 10.5 Watch for the Delays that DO Matter10PPT
Week 10.6 Wireshark Lab 2210PPT
Week 10.7 Wireshark Lab 2310PPT
Week 10.8 Wireshark Lab 2410PPT
Week 10.9 Wireshark Lab 2510PPT
Week 10.10 Wireshark Lab 2610PPT
Week 10.11 Wireshark Lab 2710PPT
Week 10.12 Wireshark Lab 2810PPT
Week 11.1 Wireshark Lab 2911PPT
Week 11.2 Wireshark Lab 3011PPT
Week 11.3 Wireshark Lab 3111PPT
Week 11.4 RTT: Packets 2 and 3 of TCP Handshake11PPT
Week 11.5 Wireshark Lab 3211PPT
Week 11.6 Wireshark Lab 3311PPT
Week 11.7 Wireshark Lab 3411PPT
Week 11.8 Wireshark Lab 3511PPT
Week 11.9 Wireshark Lab 3611PPT
Week 11.10 Wireshark Lab 3711PPT
Week 11.11 Wireshark Lab 3811PPT
Week 11.12 Wireshark Lab 3911PPT
Assignment No. 3
Week 12.1 Wireshark Lab 4012PPT
Week 12.2 Wireshark Lab 4112PPT
Week 12.3 Wireshark Lab 4212PPT
Week 12.4 Wireshark Lab 4312PPT
Week 12.5 Wireshark Lab 4412PPT
Week 12.6 Wireshark''s Expert Infos System12PPT
Week 12.7 Wireshark''s Packet Loss Detection12PPT
Week 12.8 Packet Loss Recovery Methods12PPT
Week 12.9 Wireshark Lab 4512PPT
Week 12.10 Wireshark Lab 4612PPT
Week 12.11 Wireshark Lab 4712PPT
Week 12.12 Wireshark Lab 4812PPT
Week 13.1 Wireshark Lab 4913PPT
Week 13.2 Duplicate ACKs and their Causes13PPT
Week 13.3 Wireshark Lab 5013PPT
Week 13.4 Wireshark Lab 5113PPT
Week 13.5 Wireshark Lab 5213PPT
Week 13.6 Out-of-Order Packets and their Causes13PPT
Week 13.7 Wireshark Lab 5313PPT
Week 13.8 Wireshark Lab 5413PPT
Week 13.9 Causes of Fast Retransmissions13PPT
Week 13.10 Wireshark Lab 5513PPT
Week 13.11 Wireshark Lab 5613PPT
Week 13.12 Causes of Retransmissions13PPT
Graded Discussion
Week 14.1 Wireshark Lab 5714PPT
Week 14.2 Wireshark Lab 5814PPT
Week 14.3 Causes of ACKed Unseen Segments14PPT
Week 14.4 Wireshark Lab 5914PPT
Week 14.5 Wireshark Lab 6014PPT
Week 14.6 Causes of Keep Alives14PPT
Week 14.7 Wireshark Lab 6114PPT
Week 14.8 Wireshark Lab 6214PPT
Week 14.9 Wireshark Lab 6314PPT
Week 14.10 Causes of Reused Ports14PPT
Week 14.11 Wireshark Lab 7414PPT
Week 14.12 Wireshark Lab 7514PPT
Week 15.1 Causes of Checksum Errors15PPT
Week 15.2 Wireshark Lab 7615PPT
Week 15.3 Wireshark Lab 7715PPT
Week 15.4 Wireshark Lab 7815PPT
Week 15.5 Introduction to Packet Tracer15PPT
Week 15.6 Packet Tracer’s Interface Overview15PPT
Week 15.7 Creating a Simple topology15PPT
Week 15.8 Introduction to Cisco and PT devices15PPT
Week 15.9 Customizing Devices with Modules15PPT
Week 15.10 Accessing CLI of a Device15PPT
Week 15.11 Configuring Devices with Config Tab15PPT
Week 15.12 Generic IP End Devices in PT15PPT
Week 16.1 Configuring End Devices in PT16PPT
Week 16.2 Packet Tracer’s Simulation Mode16PPT
Week 16.3 Connecting Devices and Link Status16PPT
Week 16.4 Testing Connectivity with PDUs16PPT
Week 16.5 Clustering a Topology16PPT
Week 16.6 Creating Cities, Offices & Wiring Closets16PPT
Week 16.7 Managing Cables and Distances16PPT
Week 16.8 Static Routing with GUI16PPT
Week 16.9 Static Routing with CLI16PPT
Week 16.10 Configuring RIP with GUI16PPT
Week 16.11 Configuring RIP with CLI16PPT
Week 16.12 Load Sharing16PPT
Final Term Examinations
*The Above Schedule is Tentative and is subject to be changed.
Back to Top