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Syllabus of Computer Network

Syllabus of Computer Network

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1. Introduction : Uses of computer network, Network hardware- LAN,MAN,WAN,Wireless & home network, Network software-protocols hierarchy, issues of layers, Connection oriented & connectionless services, OSI model, TCP/IP model, Comparison of OSI and TCP/IP model, Example network: The internet, X.25, Frame Relay, ATM, Ethernet, Wireless LANs: 802.11. 2. The Physical Layer & The Data Link Layer: Wireless transmission, Public switched telephone network- switching and multiplexing, Mobile telephone system, Guided transmission media, cable telivision. Design Issues, DL Protocols- stop & Wait, Noise channel, sliding window, HDLC, PPP. 3. The Medium Access Control Sublayer & Network Layer : Multiple Access protocols:-ALOHA, CSMA, Ethernet, WIRELESS LANS, Comparison of broadband and wireless, Bluetooth and its structure, Data link layer switching : Bridges, local Internetworking,hubs, VLANS. Design Issues: Store and forward Packet switching, Service provided to transport layer,Implementation of connection oriented and connection less service. Comparison of virtual circuit and datagram subnets, Routing algorithms-Shortest path routing, Flooding, Distance vector routing. Congestion control, Quality of service requirements, Internetworking-How network can be connected,Tunneling, fragmentation.

Message formats. OSPF. Final delivery. TCP. Connection establishment AND release. The transport protocol:-UDP. BGP. IPv6. The Application Layer: DNS: The DNS name space. World Wide Web: Architectural overview. IP addresses. 2. Andrew S. Internet control protocol.The network layer in the internet:. Crash recovery. User agent. 5. Reference Books: 1. Computer network.The IP protocol.Behrouz Forouzan. Flow control and Buffering. C. Electronic mail: Architecture and services. Name servers. 4. Multiplexing. Message transfer.A Pragmatic Approach. Pearson. The Transport Layer: Elements of transport protocols: Addressing. Pearson. 3. Tanenbaum. William Stallings. Introduction to Data Communication and Networking.R Sarma 4. Resource records. TMH. Data and computer communication. Computer Network. HTTP. .

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