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Introduction to Computer Networks Professor Jun Murai, Keio U. Professor Larry Landweber, U. of Wisc Fall 1999. The U.S. Cast. U.W. Technical Support Jim Gast - CS grad student Sam Etler - undergrad, CS Dept. Lab Bill Jensen - Div. of Information Tech David Parter - CS Dept Lab

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Introduction to Computer NetworksProfessor Jun Murai, Keio U.Professor Larry Landweber, U. of WiscFall 1999
the u s cast
The U.S. Cast
  • U.W. Technical Support
    • Jim Gast - CS grad student
    • Sam Etler - undergrad, CS Dept. Lab
    • Bill Jensen - Div. of Information Tech
    • David Parter - CS Dept Lab
    • Haru Toyabe - Keio student on loan
  • U.W. Teaching Assistants
    • Xaiohua Lu - CS grad student
    • Constantinos Dovrolis - ECE gr ad student
  • Linda Winkler - Argonne Nat Lab
  • Doug Pearson - Indiana
larry landweber
Larry Landweber
  • Professor of CS, University of Wisconsin
  • Worked on Internet since 1979
  • Led CSNET project (1981-87)
    • first large-scale test of Internet technology
    • 200 university / industry CS departments (IBM)
    • first Internet connections to many countries including Japan
  • advisor - NSFNET, first Internet backbone, 1986
  • Gigabit project, 600Mbps testbed, 1989-94
history of this project
History of this Project
  • Discussion at WIDE 10th anniversary celebration, Oct 1998
  • Two parallel projects for archiving
    • Keio - School of Internet
    • Wisconsin - Learning on Demand
  • WIDE digital video over Internet project
  • Plus Internet 2 project leading to available capacity
the future
The Future

The Internet: A Global Information Infrastructure offering a universal, homogeneous, communications environment

  • The world of information and services accessible from homes, offices, cars, beaches
  • Revolution in education, commerce, finance, medicine, entertainment, communication
  • Applications such as tele-immersion will change how we communicate and work with each other
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The Internet is changing the world… it will impact all areas of our lives… and the final impact is not predictable at this time!!
this course
This Course
  • Technical and experimental aspects of computer networks; will not address policy, economic, social, international issues
  • Goal: A deep understanding of important network concepts, technologies and protocols, their design and implementation
  • Most graduates work for technology companies including a growing number who go to startup companies
overview of study topics
Overview of Study Topics
  • Physical layer - DSL
  • Link layer - flow and error control, X.25 Level 2 (LapB), local area networks (802.x)
  • Network layer - routing, quality of service, multicasting, IPv4-v6, ICMP, ATM, BGP4, OSPF
  • Transport layer - congestion handling, TCP, UDP, TP4