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Week  Multimedia Lecture Module Coverage Time (Hr:Sec)
Section 1: Principles of Computer Communications
1

Communication Trends

 

Past and Present (In Class)

Growth Factors (At Home)

Access Technologies (In Class)

Internet Functional Architectures (At  Home)

WAN Technologies (In Class)

 

In Class 22:02; At Home 11:28.

 

 

 

9:16

5:53

3:44

5:35

9:02

2

Analog and Digital Communications

 

Overview of Analog Technology (In Class)

Frequency Spectrum (Read Slides)

Overview of Digital Communications (In Class)

Digital to Analog Conversion (In Class)

Digitization of Data (Read Slides)

Digitization of Audio (In Class)

Bandwidth Computation and Streaming (At Home)

Quality Retention (Optional)

Digitization of Images (At Home)

Compression of Data (Optional)

Digitization of Video  (In Class)

 

 

 

 

5:32

12:29

7:41

3:20

8:40

11:30

13:24

10:08

19:46

13:50

10:54

3

Electronic and Optical Transmission

 

Electronic Transmission (In Class)

Optical Transmission (In Class)

Fiber Optic Connection (At Home)

 

In Class 18:40; At Home 10:08.

 

Formatting Information for Transmission

 

Formatting of Information for Transmission (In Class)

Character Framing (Read Slides)

Transmission Cost Comparison (Read Slides)

Block and Error Checking (Read Slides)

Block Transmission Cost (At Home)

Data Packet Transmission (In Class Up To 6:30)

 

In Class 16:14; At Home 7:04.

 

Packet and Circuit Switching

 

Packet Switching (In Class)

Advantage of Packet Switching (In Class)

Disadvantages of Packet Switching (Read Slides)

Packet Switching Applications (Read Slides)

Circuit Switching (Read Slides)

 

In Class 12:01.

Asynchronous and Synchronous Transmission

 

Asynchronous Transmission (Read Slides )

Synchronous Transmission (Read Slides)

 

 

Serial  and Parallel Communications

 

Serial Communications (Read Slides)

Resource Assignment Demo (Optional)

Faster RS-232 Ports  (Read Slides)

USB (Read Slides)

Firewire (Read Slides)

Serial Connections (Read Slides)

Parallel Communications (Read Slides)

Newer and Faster Parallel Ports (In Class 6:45 to 8:19)

ECP Computer Entry (In Class)

 

In class 19:00; At Home 41:15.

 

Modulation

 

Amplitude Modulation (In Class Up to 7:35)

Frequency Modulation (Read Slides)

FM in Modems (Optional)

PSK Modulation (Optional)

Terms in Communication Speed (Read Slide)

Modem Standards (In Class Up To 4:20)

More Modem Standards (Read Slides)

Analog to Digital Modulation (In Class Up To 3:55)

Digital to Digital Interfacing (Read Slide)

 

In Class 15:50..

 

Multiplexing

 

Direct and Indirect Multiplexing (In Class)

Lines Channels and Sessions (In Class)

FDM (Read Slide)

TDM (At Home)

WDM (In Class)

A Note on Wavelength (At Home)

Practical Multiplexer Connections (Optional)

A Note on Multiplexer Speed (optional)

Further Notes on WDM (At Home)

 

In Class= 15:29; At Home=18:10.

 

Error: Causes, Detection and Prevention

 

Causes and Types of Error (Read Slides)

EMI (In Class)

Minimize EMI (In Class)

Securing Transmission (At Home)

VRC (Read Slides)

LRC (Optional)

CRC (Read Slides)

 

In Class= 16:15; At Home = 13:34

 

 

 

3:59

14:41

10:08

 

 

 

 

  

2:02

7:42

5:53

10:59

7:04

10:26

 

 

 

 

5:32

6:29

4:33

4:28

7:14

 

  

 

 

5:03

6:16

 

 

 

 

17-26

5-28

9-02

19-56

20-08

6-23

5-50

8-20

1-11

 

 

 

 

 

12-02

8-14

3-15

7-29

5-30

7-56

2-04

8-18

5-55

3-59

 

 

 

 

9-50

5-39

7-48

9-01

3-53

2-09

6-10

1-31

7-01

 

 

 

 

 

 

12-22

6-50

9-25

13-34

9-31

7-57

4-58

 

Section 2: Understanding Protocols and TCP/IP    
4

 

ISO-OSI Seven Layer Model

 

ISO-OSI Seven Layer Model (Read Slides)

 

Common Communication Protocols

 

Common Communication Protocols (Read Slides)

 

Overview of TCP/IP

 

Overview of TCP/IP (In Class)

TCP Applications Protocols (In Class)

 

 

IP Addressing Explored

 

IP Address Format (C)

IP Address Classes (C)

Classes of IP Addresses (C)

Class of Address Example (H)

Example of Classes of IP Addresses

Restrictions and Scope

 

Subnets

 

Introduction to Subnetting

Subnetting Class C

Routing Process

Classless Inter Domain Routing

Subnetting Convention

Super Netting

 

IP Routing

 

Address Resolution in IP

Configuring a Router

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

25-06

26-09

 

 

 

 

7-59

6-32

5-26

5-12

4-59

4-59

 

 

 

9-17

13-36

1-16

2-18

5-45

1-05

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

Host Name Resolution

 

Host Name Resolution (In Class)

Host File (In Class)

LMHOST File

 

TCP/IP in the Windows Environment

 

Telnet Access (In Class)

FTP Download Overview (In Class)

Command Line FTP (Read Slides)

Browser FTP Download (In Class)

GUI FTP Download (In Class)

FTP Website Management (In Class)

TCP/IP in Windows (In Class)

 

TCP/IP Command Line Processing

 

TCP-IP Commands in Windows (Read Slides)

 

 

 

 

 

13-58

7-56

4-04

 

 

 

2-10

1-45

10-13

4-34

3-46

9-35

9-20

 

 

 

19-50

Section 3: Understanding Communication Hardware, Links and Services    
6

Communication Media

 

Introduction to Media

Twisted Pair Types and Qualities

Twisted Pair Connections and Use

Twisted Pair Wires Question and Answers

Coaxial Cables Description and Types

Thin Coaxial Cables

Bus Correction

Coaxial Cables Questions and Answers

Introduction to Fiber

Future of Coaxial Cables

Fiber Connections

Fiber Questions and Answers

 

Micro as a Communication Device

 

Micro as a Communication Device

Connection example

PCI Bus Technology

 

Modems

 

Modem Function and Speed

Physical Modem Types

Functional Types of Modems

Modem Installation and Setup

 

Mainframe and Mini Computer Equipment

 

Mainframe and Mini Computer Equipment

 

 

 

3-44

3-43

3-54

2-39

3-25

3-36

0-26

2-14

4-44

1-44

4-46

2-34

 

 

 

4-21

0-44

8-27

 

 

 

6-14

1-28

7-02

3-17

 

 

 

5-43

 

 

 

Section 4: Understanding Communication Links and Services    
 

ISDN Services

 

Introduction to ISDN

BRI Services

PRI Services

ISDN Applications

 

WAN Links and Services

 

Introduction to ATM and ATM Networks

Internet Infrastructure

Virtual Private Network (VPN)

 

 

5-23

3-03

3-04

2-25

 

Section 5: Networking Fundamentals    
7

Introduction to LAN

 

Introduction to LAN

 

Functional Architectures

 

Introduction to Functional Architectures

Peer-to-Peer Network Architectures

Win95, Win XP Sharing

A Note on P2P and CS

File Server Architecture

Unix File Servers

Mapping a Drive

Application Server Architecture

Application Server Examples

Thin Client Architecture

TC Advantages and Disadvantages

Thin Client Installation

Connecting to Terminal Server

Ending a Session on Terminal Server

Terminal Server Installation

 

Total

 

 

 

 

14-51

 

 

 

6-01

10-56

9-11

1-42

9-03

5-37

7-59

12-12

5-40

10-21

8-04

7-14

5-32

6-39

4-26

 

 

Section 6: Practical Peer-to-Peer  Networking    
8 Installing and Configuring a Peer-to-Peer LAN

 

Checking NIC

Setting up the Network Connection

Naming the Compute and Network

Creating a User

Placing a Folder for Sharing

Gaining Access to Resources

Sharing and Accessing a Printer

 

   

 

 

3:40

8:20

3:00

2:36

8:45

5:38

9:18

Section 7: Understanding Network Security and Reliability    
9

Hardware Firewall

Hardware Firewall Overview

Firewall Connection

Setting the Static IP of Client

Firewall Configuration

Reset Client IP to Dynamic IP

Firewall Setup Summary

Advanced WAN IP Setting

WAN-IP

Advanced LAN IP Setting

DHCP Setting

Virtual Servers

Virtual Servers Port Example

Advanced Applications Support

Network Filters

Firewall Rules

DMZ Setting

Admin Tools

Setting Time

Storing System Values

Firmware Upgrade

Miscellaneous Tools

Device Status Information

Status Log

Status Statistics

Help Menu

 

Software Firewall

Introduction to Zone Alarm

Introduction to Zone Alarm Summary

Program Control Demonstration

Overview of Zone Alarm

Firewall Main Features

Firewall Zones

Firewall Expert Rules

Firewall Expert Features

Program Control Features

Program Control Components

More on Components

Antivirus Monitoring

E-mail Protection

Privacy Control

Additional Details on Privacy and Security

Privacy Site List

Privacy Cache Cleaner

ID Lock

ID Lock Demonstration

Alerts and Logs

 

   

 

5:56

3:08

2:43

7:54

5:00

11:27

7:55

0:11

2:48

7:14

8:14

8:16

5:04

7:45

6:11

2:53

2:53

1:19

1:39

1:52

3:02

1:28

1:48

0:45

2:45

 

 

 

 

10:17

4:36

2:07

3:18

4:43

6:56

10:11

6:30

12:39

4:09

2:53

1:30

4:44

8:01

9:06

3:07

3:18

8:46

2:09

6:46

 

Section 8:  Wireless Networking    
10      
  The End    

 

Legend:

(C) - Must be covered in class.

(H) - Must be covered at home.

(O) - Coverage is optional.


(c) Professor N. Ganesan, All Rights Reserved.