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A.G.M.R.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY


VARUR, HUBLI
Phone:0836-2312071 Fax: :0836-2312061 Website: www.agmrcet.ac.in
Email: principalagmrcet.com
TITLE: LESSON PLAN

DEPARTMENT : ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION


ACADEMIC YEAR : 2018-19
NAME OF THE STAFF : MALLIKARJUN BILAGI
SUBJECT TITLE : COMPUTER COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
SUBJECT CODE : 15EC64

STAFF SIGNATURE HOD PRINCIPAL


A.G.M.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
VARUR, HUBLI
Phone:0836-2312071 Fax: :0836-2312061 Website: www.agmrcet.ac.in
Email: principalagmrcet.com
TITLE: LESSON PLAN

1. PRE-REQUISITES:

INTRODUCTION
 Introduction to different network components.
 Overview of data communications.
 Overview of connecting devices.
 Network Types: LAN, WAN, Switching.
 Overview of Internet.

2. COURSE LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

 Understand the layering architecture of OSI reference model and TCP/IP protocol suite.
 Understand the protocols associated with each layer.
 Learn the different networking architectures and their representations.
 Learn the various routing techniques and the transport layer services.

STAFF SIGNATURE HOD


A.G.M.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
VARUR, HUBLI
Phone:0836-2312071 Fax: :0836-2312061 Website: www.agmrcet.ac.in
Email: principalagmrcet.com
TITLE: LESSON PLAN

3. DETAILED COURSE PLAN


Module 1: Introduction to Network Types, Data-Link Layer (10 Hours)

Teaching
Sl.
Date Topics planned Strategy Outcomes of the unit
no
methods
Introduction: Data Communications: PPT, After the completion of this
1. Components, Representations, Data Flow, Lecturer, unit the students able to:
Networks: Physical Structures Oral,  To know the subject &
Network Types: LAN, WAN, Switching, Group Historical background
2.
Internet. Discussion,  To know Network
Network Models: Protocol Layering: Models Types Definition &
3. Sketches.
Scenarios, Principles, Logical Connections. Discussion
TCP/IP Protocol Suite: Layered Architecture,  To know Classification
4.
Layers in TCP/IP suite, Description of layers. of Network Models
Encapsulation and Decapsulation, Addressing,  To know Explaining
5. Encapsulation and
Multiplexing and Demultiplexing.
6. The OSI Model: OSI Versus TCP/IP Decapsulation,
Multiplexing and
Data-Link Layer: Introduction: Nodes and
7. Demultiplexing.
Links, Services, Categories’ of link, Sublayers.
Link Layer addressing: Types of addresses,  Data Link Control
8.
ARP.
Data Link Control (DLC) services: Framing,
9.
Flow and Error Control.
Data Link Layer Protocols: Simple Protocol,
10.
Stop and Wait protocol, Piggybacking.

1. Date of assignment:
2. Date of submission:
3. Date of returning back the corrected assignment:
4. Date of preparing the batch of weak students:
5. Date of starting the Remedial classes for weaker students:

Books referred for this topic:


1. Data Communications and Networking, Forouzan, 5th Edition, McGraw Hill, 2016 ISBN: 1-25-906475-3

Reference Books:
1. Computer Networks, James J Kurose, Keith W Ross, Pearson Education, 2013,
2. Introduction to Data Communication and Networking, Wayarles Tomasi, Pearson Education, 2007

STAFF SIGNATURE HOD


A.G.M.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
VARUR, HUBLI
Phone:0836-2312071 Fax: :0836-2312061 Website: www.agmrcet.ac.in
Email: principalagmrcet.com
TITLE: LESSON PLAN

Module 2: Media Access Control, Wired LANs (10 Hours)


Teaching
Sl.
Date Topics planned Strategy Outcomes of the unit
no
methods
Media Access Control: Random Access: PPT, After the completion of this
1.
ALOHA, CSMA, Lecturer, unit the students able to:
2. CSMA/CD, CSMA/CA Oral,  To know the Media
Group Access Control
3. Controlled Access: Reservation, Polling Discussion,  To know the Controlled
Models, Access
4. Token Passing. Sketches.  To know the Wired
5. Wired LANs: Ethernet LANs
 To know the Ethernet
6. Ethernet Protocol: IEEE802, Ethernet Evolution Protocol
7. Standard Ethernet: Characteristics, Addressing
8. Access Method, Efficiency, Implementation
9. Fast Ethernet: Access Method, Physical Layer
Gigabit Ethernet: MAC Sublayer, Physical
10.
Layer, 10 Gigabit Ethernet.

1. Date of assignment:
2. Date of submission:
3. Date of returning back the corrected assignment:
4. Date of preparing the batch of weak students:
5. Date of starting the Remedial classes for weaker students:

Books referred for this topic:


1. Data Communications and Networking, Forouzan, 5th Edition, McGraw Hill, 2016 ISBN: 1-25-906475-3

Reference Books:
1. Computer Networks, James J Kurose, Keith W Ross, Pearson Education, 2013,
2. Introduction to Data Communication and Networking, Wayarles Tomasi, Pearson Education, 2007

STAFF SIGNATURE HOD


A.G.M.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
VARUR, HUBLI
Phone:0836-2312071 Fax: :0836-2312061 Website: www.agmrcet.ac.in
Email: principalagmrcet.com
TITLE: LESSON PLAN

Module 3: Wireless LANs, Connecting Devices, Network Layer (10 Hours)


Teaching
Sl.
Date Topics planned Strategy Outcomes of the unit
no
methods
Wireless LANs: Introduction: Architectural PPT, After the completion of
1.
Comparison, Characteristics. Lecturer this unit the students able
IEEE 802.11: Architecture, MAC Sublayer, Oral, to:
2.
Addressing Mechanism, Physical Layer. Group  To know the Wireless
3. Bluetooth: Architecture, Layers. Discussion LANs
Models  To know the Bluetooth:
4. Connecting Devices: Hubs, Switches. Sketches. Architecture, Layers
Virtual LANs: Membership, Configuration,  Connecting Devices:
5. Communication between Switches, Hubs, Switches
Advantages.  To know the Network
6. Network Layer: Introduction Layer
 To know the Packet
Network Layer services: Packetizing,
7. Switching
Routing and Forwarding, Other services.
Packet Switching: Datagram Approach,
8.
Virtual Circuit Approach.
IPV4 Addresses: Address Space, Classful
9. Addressing, Classless Addressing, DHCP,
Network Address Resolution.
Forwarding of IP Packets: Based on
10.
destination Address and Label.

1. Date of assignment:
2. Date of submission:
3. Date of returning back the corrected assignment:
4. Date of preparing the batch of weak students:
5. Date of starting the Remedial classes for weaker students:

Books referred for this topic:


1. Data Communications and Networking, Forouzan, 5th Edition, McGraw Hill, 2016 ISBN: 1-25-906475-3

Reference Books:
1. Computer Networks, James J Kurose, Keith W Ross, Pearson Education, 2013,
2. Introduction to Data Communication and Networking, Wayarles Tomasi, Pearson Education, 2007

STAFF SIGNATURE HOD


A.G.M.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
VARUR, HUBLI
Phone:0836-2312071 Fax: :0836-2312061 Website: www.agmrcet.ac.in
Email: principalagmrcet.com
TITLE: LESSON PLAN

Module 4: Network Layer Protocols, Unicast Routing (10 Hours)


Teaching
Sl.
Date Topics planned Strategy Outcomes of the unit
no
methods
Network Layer Protocols: Internet Protocol (IP): PPT, After the completion
1. 1. Datagram Format, Fragmentation, Options, Lecturer of this unit the students
Security of IPv4 Datagrams. Oral, able to:
2. 2. ICMPv4: Messages, Debugging Tools. Group  To know the
Discussion, Network Layer
3. 3. Mobile IP: Addressing, Agents. Models Protocols.
4. 4. Three Phases, Inefficiency in Mobile IP.
Sketches.  IPv4 Datagrams
 To know Mobile
5. 5. Unicast Routing: Introduction IP: Addressing,
Agents
6. 6. Routing Algorithms: Distance Vector Routing.  Link State Routing,
7. 7. Link State Routing, Path vector routing. Path vector routing

8. Unicast Routing Protocol: Internet Structure.


9. Routing Information Protocol.
Open Shortest Path First, Border Gateway
10.
Protocol Version 4.

1. Date of assignment:
2. Date of submission:
3. Date of returning back the corrected assignment:
4. Date of preparing the batch of weak students:
5. Date of starting the Remedial classes for weaker students:

Books referred for this topic:


1. Data Communications and Networking, Forouzan, 5th Edition, McGraw Hill, 2016 ISBN: 1-25-906475-3

Reference Books:
1. Computer Networks, James J Kurose, Keith W Ross, Pearson Education, 2013,
2. Introduction to Data Communication and Networking, Wayarles Tomasi, Pearson Education, 2007

STAFF SIGNATURE HOD


A.G.M.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
VARUR, HUBLI
Phone:0836-2312071 Fax: :0836-2312061 Website: www.agmrcet.ac.in
Email: principalagmrcet.com
TITLE: LESSON PLAN

Module 5: Transport Layer (10 Hours)

Teaching
Sl.
Date Topics planned Strategy Outcomes of the unit
No
methods
Transport Layer: Introduction: Transport PPT, After the completion of this
1.
Layer Services. Lecturer, unit the students able to:
Connectionless and Connection oriented Oral,  To understand Transport
2.
Protocols. Group Layer Services,
Transport Layer Protocols: Simple Discussion,  To know the User
3. Models,
protocol, Stop and wait protocol. Datagram Protocol
4.
Go-Back-N Protocol, Selective repeat Sketches.  Transmission Control
protocol. Protocol
User Datagram Protocol: User Datagram,
5.
UDP Services, UDP Applications.
Transmission Control Protocol: TCP
6.
Services, TCP Features.
7. Segment, Connection.
State Transition diagram, Windows in
8.
TCP.
9. Flow control, Error control
10. TCP congestion control.

1. Date of assignment:
2. Date of submission:
3. Date of returning back the corrected assignment:
4. Date of preparing the batch of weak students:
5. Date of starting the Remedial classes for weaker students:

Books referred for this topic:


1. Data Communications and Networking, Forouzan, 5th Edition, McGraw Hill, 2016 ISBN: 1-25-906475-3

Reference Books:
1. Computer Networks, James J Kurose, Keith W Ross, Pearson Education, 2013,
2. Introduction to Data Communication and Networking, Wayarles Tomasi, Pearson Education, 2007

STAFF SIGNATURE HOD


A.G.M.R. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
VARUR, HUBLI
Phone:0836-2312071 Fax: :0836-2312061 Website: www.agmrcet.ac.in
Email: principalagmrcet.com
TITLE: LESSON PLAN

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