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A computer network is a group of computers that use a set of common communication protocols over digital interconnections for the purpose of sharing resources .
A computer network extends interpersonal communications by electronic means with various technologies, such as email, instant messaging, online chat, voice and video telephone calls, and video conferencing.

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Mode Of Examination

Online Examination

Number Of Question: 100 (1 Marks Each)

Total Time: 120 Min

Syllabus

Introduction:

Network basics, access network and reference models.

OSI Model:

Physical layer, data link layer, transport layer and network layer.

Security & Physical Layer:

Multiplexing, topology, delays & loss, network attacks, physical media, packet and circuit switching.

Application Layer:

Application layer, http, ftp, smtp, dns, dhcp, ipsecurity, virtual private networks, smi, snmp and telnet.

Transport Layer:

Tcp, udp, ah and esp protocols.

Frame Relay:

Congestion control, virtual circuit, atm and frame relay.

TCP/IP Protocol Suite:

World wide web, ipv4, ipv6 and its comparison, p2p applications, icmp, transition from ipv4 to ipv6, analyzing and designing subnet masks.

Networking:

Ip routing, ripv1 & ripv2, cryptography, ports, socket programming, cookies, web caching, internet security, packet forwarding and routing.

Network Layer:

Ospf and its configuration, datagram networks, firewalls, ethernet, network management and utilities.

Wireless LAN’s, Electronic Mail and File Transfer:

Wireless lan, internet, bluetooth, wimax, sonet, rtp and rpc.

Point to Point Protocol & Error Detection:

Intrusion detection systems, point to point protocols, eigrp and stp.

Course Currilcum

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