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SRMUNIVERSITY

FACULTYOFENGINEERINGANDTECHNOLOGY
SCHOOLOFCOMPUTING
DEPARTMENTOFSOFTWAREENGINEERING
COURSEPLAN

SUBJECTCODE:CS0422 SUBJECTTITLE:ATMNetworks
SEMESTER/YEAR: VIII/IV SEMESTERDURATION:Feb2016April2016
TIMETABLE:
DAYORDER HOUR TIMING
1 1 9.4510.35
2 2 08.5009.40
5 3 10.4011.30

VENUE:
FACULTYDETAILS:

NAMEOFTHE OFFICE OFFICEHOUR EMAILID


FACULTY
C.ARUN UB1204 835amto4.55pm arun.c@ktr.srmuniv.ac.in

TEXTBOOKS:
1. WilliamStallings,HighspeedNetworksTCP/IPandATMDesignPrinciples,PrenticeHall
International,1998.

REFERENCES:
1. WilliamStalling,ISDNwithBroadLaneISDNwithframerelayandATM,PHI,4th
edition,1999.
2. RainerHandel,ManfredN.Huber,StefanSchroder,ATMNetworks,AddisonWesley,
1999.
3. UylessBlack,ATMVol.1and2,PHI,1999
PREREQUISITE:
BasicKnowledgeofComputerNetworks
OBJECTIVE:
1.Tostudythevarioustopologies,ProtocolArchitecturesandbasicsofATMcells.
2.Tolearnabouttheroutingissuesandvariousalgorithmstocontrolcongestion.
3.TostudyaboutwirelessATMandthecurrenttrendsinATM.
ASSESSMENTDETAILS:
CycleTestI 10Marks
CycleTestII 10Marks
ModelExam 20Marks
SurpriseTest 5Marks
Attendance 5Marks

TEST SCHEDULE:
S.NO DATE TEST TOPICS DURATION
1 February CYCLE TEST -1 1&II UNITS 2 HOURS
2 March CYCLE TEST-2 III&IV UNITS 2 HOURS
3 April MODEL EXAM ALL FIVE UNITS 3 HOURS
DETAILEDSESSIONPLAN:
UNITWISECONTENT
Execution TextBook/ Presentation Course Course
Session Topicstobe Assignment
Method reference /Submission Objective Outcome
No covered Topic
DueDate
UnitIIntroductionATMHistoricalperspectiveProtocolArchitectureLogicalconnectionsCells
TransmissionofATMcells.

1 Introductionand PPT TextBook1 T1,R1 a,c


overviewofATM
2 Historical
PPT TextBook1
perspective
3 Protocol
PPT TextBook1
Architecture
4 AnOverviewof 4thWeekof
PPT TextBook1
ATMNetworks
5 Logical Feb
PPT TextBook1
connections
6 Logical
PPT TextBook1
connections
7 ATMCells PPT TextBook1
8 Transmissionof

ATMcells
UnitIIATMprotocolRouting,Switching,SignallingtechniquesATMservicecategoriesQOSparameters
ATMAdaptationLayer
9 Routing PPT TextBook1 1,2,4 a,b,e
10 Switching PPT TextBook1
11 Signaling
PPT TextBook1
techniques
12 Routingand
PPT TextBook1
switching
13 ATMservice 3rdWeekof
PPT TextBook1
categories QOS
14 QOSparameters March
PPT TextBook1
15 ATMAdaptation
PPT TextBook1
Layer
16 ATMAdaptation
PPT TextBook1
Layer
ATM
17 Adaptation PPT TextBook1
Layer
UnitIIIRoutingIssuesRoutingforhighspeednetworksRSVP,TrafficandCongestioncontrolTraffic
shapingPeakcellratealgorithms
18 Routingforhigh 2,4,6 a,b,k
PPT TextBook1
speednetworks
19 RSVP PPT TextBook1
20 RSVP PPT TextBook1
Trafficand
21 Congestion PPT TextBook1
control
Congestion
Trafficand 4thWeekof
22 Congestion PPT TextBook1 Control
control September
Trafficand mechanism
23 Congestion PPT TextBook1
control
24 Trafficshaping PPT TextBook1
25 Peakcellrate
PPT TextBook1
algorithms
26 Peakcellrate
PPT TextBook1
algorithms
UnitIVHIGHSPEEDLANSFastEthernetATMLANSLANEmulation(LANE).
Ethernetandits 2,4,6 a,c,h
27 PPT TextBook1
Types
28 FastEthernet PPT TextBook1
29 FastEthernet PPT TextBook1
30 ATMLANS PPT TextBook1
2ndweekof
31 ATMLANS PPT TextBook1 Ethernet
October
32 ATMLANS PPT TextBook1
33 LANEmulation
PPT TextBook1
(LANE)
34 LANEmulation PPT TextBook1
35 LANE PPT TextBook1
36 LANE PPT TextBook1
Unit V PROTOCOLS OVER ATM Multiple protocols over ATM, IP over ATM, TCP over ATM Real time
transportprotocolWirelessATMCurrenttrends
Multiple 3,5 a,j,k
37 protocolsover PPT TextBook2
ATM
2ndWeekof
38 IPoverATM PPT TextBook2 Protocols
November
39 IPoverATM PPT TextBook2
40 TCPoverATM PPT TextBook2
41 TCPoverATM PPT TextBook2
Realtime TextBook2
42 transport PPT
protocol
Realtime TextBook2
43 transport PPT
protocol
44 WirelessATM PPT TextBook2

45 Currenttrendsin TextBook2
PPT
WirelessATM

CourseCoddordinator HOD/SWE

ENCLOSURE:AssignmentProblems

NetworkProtocolsandServices
ResearchAssignment

Introduction
Thisdocumentshows15challengingquestionsaboutnetworkingthatcanbeansweredbymeansof
researchinlibrariesorontheWeb.Youneedtoselectonequestionfromthislistorproposeyourownideaofa
topic.

Objective
Theobjectoftheassignmentistointroduceyoutotheprocessofresearchingatechnicalsubjectand
throughthisintoamoredetailedlookataparticularaspectofnetworking.

AssignmentQuestion:
1.TheLocalDeliveryerrorcheckingthathasbeendescribedisbasedontheCRCfieldintheframe.IftheCRC
field indicates an error then the receiving NIC discards the packet however there is no mechanism for
requesting a resend. Describe a local delivery technique that provides a more complete error recovery
mechanism.
2.TheMACaddressthatisbuiltintoyournetworkcardcannotbechanged.Orcanit?Infactitispossibleto
setupyourownlocalMACaddressesbysuitablesoftwareanduseoftheIEEEdefinedU/L(Universal/Local)bitin
the MAC address Some networking software can make use of this feature to define MAC addresses. Describe
oneexampleofsuchanapproachtonetworking.
3.ExplaintherelationshipofAsynchronousTransferMode(ATM)networkstotheEthernetnetworksthatyou
havestudied.
4. Windows 2000 makes extensive use of DNS to propagate configuration information between computers.
Describethewaythisisdoneandparticularlytheroleplayedby"Dynamic"DNS(DDNS)inthisarchitecture.
5.TheMicrosoftBrowserServiceisresponsibleforgatheringtheMicrosoftcomputernamesintotheWindows
NetworkNeighbourhood.Ifyouhavesetupanetworkathomeyouwillbynowknowthatthisinformationis
oftenoutofdate.DescribethewaytheBrowserServicefunctionsandexplainwhytheinformationisoftenout
ofdate.
6. The TRACERT command in Windows/Unix will display a list of the routers between your computer and a
remotehostontheInternet.Explaintheprotocolsusedtoachievethis.

7. The NetSim simulation of routing issues is loosely based on the approach used by IP routers using RIP.
ComparethecontentsoftheNetSimroutingtablewiththoseofaIP/RIPbasedrouteranddescribetheextra
fieldsinarealrouter.
8.Onetechniqueofhackingintonetworksinvolvesthe"spoofing"ofIPaddresses.Writeareportonhowthisis
doneandhownetworkscanbeprotectedagainstthistypeofattack.
9. The standards on which TCPIP networking is based have largely been evolved using the "Request For
Comment" mechanism. A person proposing a new protocol would describe it in an RFC and the rest of the
networkingcommunitywouldcomment.
.TheTCPprotocolwasfirstdescribedinRFC793(http://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/computing/internet/rfc/rfc793.txt)
Writea"laypersonsguide"tothepartplayedbysequencenumbersinTCPbasedonthisRFC.
10. Write a report that proposes a suitable reliable protocol for communication with the Jupiter atmospheric
probe. The protocol can be an existing protocol or else one of your own design. If you choose to design a
protocolthenyoushouldshowhowyourdesignrelatestoexistingprotocols.
11.Answerthefollowingindetail:
Define:WhatisRFC?
WhyRFC'saresoimportantwithrespecttoTCP/IP?
WhatistheformatandrequirementsforsubmissionofRFC's?
12.In thecommunicationsandnetworking industrythereare numerousdifferent protocols.Finddifferent20
networkingprotocolsofyourchoiceandbrieflyexplaintheirformat,applicationsandimportance.
13.RecentlytwonewNetworkOperatingSystems(NOS's)wereintroducedintheWorld.Discusstheprotocols
for Windows XP built on New Technology (Code named Whistler) and Novell Netware 6. Explain these new
protocolsindetailincludingtheircorelationsandwithrespecttothedifferentNOS's.
14.Whatprotocolsareresponsibleforemail,videoconferencingandchatting?Explainthemindetail.Elaborate
yourstudywiththehelpofpracticalexamplesandscenarios.
15.DescribehowtoprovidesecurepointtopointcommunicationsacrosstheInternet.Discusswiththehelpof
theWindows2000networkoperatingsystem.Supportyourstudybyneatdiagramsandflowcharts.