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Introduction to the course outline and assessment 1301353. Data Communication and Network. Aj. Supichaya Smerchuar School of Information Technology Mae Fah Luang University

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data communication and network

Introduction to the course outline and assessment 1301353

Data Communication and Network

Aj. Supichaya SmerchuarSchool of Information TechnologyMae Fah Luang University

E-mail: supichaya.sme@mfu.ac.thTel: 053916755 Office: Building E1 Room 324Download: http://itschool.mfu.ac.th/~supichaya/ResourcePage1301353.html

about this course
About This Course
  • Course Code 1301353
  • Course name Data Communication and Network
  • Credit 3 (2-2)
  • Abbreviation DCN
  • Prerequisite none
  • Type of Course Major Required Course for MIT, SE, CE Major Elective Course for CS, ICE, MTA
  • Course Description Analysis, Design and Implementation of Computer Networks; Standard Network Model; Network Protocols; Wide Area Network
  • See Course Outline (Available on E-Learning)
lecture lab sections
Lecture & Lab Sections
  • Lecture #1: Monday 10:00-12:00 Room C2-313CS 3-4, ICE 2, SE, MTASection: 1, 4, 5
  • Lecture #2: Monday 13:00-15:00Room C2-313MIT 3 , CE 2Section: 2, 3, 6
  • Lab #1: Monday 17:00-19:00Section 1, 2
  • Lab #2: Tuesday 13:00-15:00 Section 3
  • Lab #3: Tuesday 15:00-17:00 Section 4
  • Lab #4: Wednesday 16:00-18:00Section 5, 6
course material
Course Material
  • Textbooks

[1] Behrouz A. Forouzan. (2000). Data Communications and Networking. 2nd Edition., McGraw-Hill.

[2] Douglas E. Comer. (2004). Computer Networks and Internets with Internet Applications. 4th Edition., Pearson.

  [3] Douglas E. Comer. (2007). The INTERNET Book, 4th Edition., Pearson.

[4] David Miller. (2006). Data Communications and Networks, McGraw-Hill Irwin.

  [5] Cisco Network Academy Materials

[6] Other Supplement Reading Materials

[7] จตุชัย แพงจันทร์, อนุโชต วุฒิพรพงษ์ .(๒๕๕๑).เจาะระบบ Network, Infopress

course assessment

Grading: (Tentative)

Course Assessment
  • Final Examination 30%
  • Midterm Examination 25%
  • Laboratory and Project 30%
  • Homework & Assignments 15%

Total 100%

living in a network centric world

Living in a Network Centric World

Network Fundamentals – Chapter 1

objectives
Objectives
  • Describe the role of data networking in the human network.
  • Identify the key components of any data network.
  • Identify the opportunities and challenges posed by converged networks.
  • Describe the characteristics of network architectures: fault tolerance, scalability, quality of service and security.
how networks impact daily life
How Networks Impact Daily Life
  • The benefits of instantaneous communication and how it supports and improves our lives
data networking role components and challenges
Data Networking Role, Components, and Challenges
  • Basic characteristics of communication
    • Rules or agreements are 1st established
    • Important information may need to be repeated
    • Various modes of communication may impact the effectiveness of getting the message across
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Data Networking Role, Components, and Challenges
  • The role of data networking in communications
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Data Networking Role, Components, and Challenges
  • The various elements that make up a network
    • Devices
      • These are used to communicate with one another
    • Medium
      • This is how the devices are connected together
    • Messages
      • Information that travels over the medium
    • Rules
      • Governs how messages flow across network
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Data Networking Role, Components, and Challenges
  • The role of converged networks in communications
    • Converged network
      • A type of network that can carry voice, video & data over the same network
network architecture characteristics
Network Architecture Characteristics
  • Four characteristics that are addressed by network architecture design
    • Fault tolerance
    • Scalability
    • Quality of service
    • Security
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Network Architecture Characteristics
  • How packet switching helps improve the resiliency and fault tolerance of the Internet architecture
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Network Architecture Characteristics
  • Characteristics of the Internet that help it scale to meet user demand
    • Hierarchical
    • Common standards
    • Common protocols
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Network Architecture Characteristics
  • The factors that necessitate Quality of Service and the mechanisms necessary to ensure it
network architecture characteristics17
Network Architecture Characteristics
  • How QOS mechanisms work to ensure quality of service for applications that require it
network architecture characteristics18
Network Architecture Characteristics
  • How to select the appropriate QOS strategy for a given type of traffic
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Network Architecture Characteristics
  • Why networks must be secure
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Network Architecture Characteristics
  • Basic measures to secure data networks
    • Ensure confidentiality through use of
      • User authentication
      • Data encryption
    • Maintain communication integrity through use of
      • Digital signatures
    • Ensure availability through use of
      • Firewalls
      • Redundant network architecture
      • Hardware without a single point of failure
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