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.
Mode Of Examination
Number Of Question: 100 (1 Marks Each)
Total Time: 120 Min
Network basics, access network and reference models.
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, http, ftp, smtp, dns, dhcp, ipsecurity, virtual private networks, smi, snmp and telnet.
Tcp, udp, ah and esp protocols.
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.
Ip routing, ripv1 & ripv2, cryptography, ports, socket programming, cookies, web caching, internet security, packet forwarding and routing.
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.
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