Subject: IP technology (17 - EK321)

Basic Information

Scientific or art field:Telecommunications and Signal Processing
Course specification

Course is active from 18.10.2012..

The aim of the course is to: • Repeat previously learned information about reference network models and advantages of working in a network • Review the existing types of computer networks and their topologies • To describe and explain the term of physical and logical network topology • Describe in detail and explain key concepts of IP networking, existing IP technologies, network protocols and services at L2, L3, L4, L5, L6 and L7 layers in IP network • Learn student how to choose and use different methods and tools for network monitoring • Explain students how to locate problem in the network and solve it using some of the IP technologies • Explain students how to discover network attacks and implement the most effective security method.
Students will be able to: • Demonstrate an understanding of key IP technologies • Explain different networking concepts and apply appropriate network architecture • Use different IP network technologies and employ significant network resources services for the needs of various network services • Use network monitoring tools, and to locate problems in the network, and solve it using appropriate IP technology • Discover attack and to apply the most effective security method.
• TCP/IP protocol stack • Rules and standards for the implementation of network services Physical and logical network topology • Defining the types of ports, logical separation and aggregation of traffic on the L2 layer (LACP protocol) • Providing redundancy, reliability and load distribution layer L2 - STP protocol • Addressing the L3 layer - IPv4 and IPv6 • Providing redundancy, reliability and load distribution on the L3 layer - FHRP and GLBP protocol • Protocols for internal and external routing of traffic in computer networks - OSPF protocol, BGP protocol • ICMP, ARP, RARP and IGMP protocol • Transport layer protocols - TCP protocol and UDP protocol • Flow control in IP networks • Service planning and service quality policy definition • Selection of equipment for network infrastructure • Design of NTP service • Creating virtual infrastructure on the L2 layer - VLAN • Tunneling technology and creating VPN services • Firewall technology • Computer network management - log analysis, SNMP, TR-069
• Lectures - based on a student-centered method of education • Auditory practice - based on appliance Teaching Through Debate method • Laboratory practice (working with Cisco Packet Tracer Simulator and other network simulator) , where it will be applied method of learning through competition among students • Consultations based on a active learning method.
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Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Written part of the exam - tasks and theoryNoYes30.00
Coloquium examNoYes20.00
Coloquium examNoYes20.00
Laboratory exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Term paperYesYes20.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Bojović Živko
Associate Professor

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Devaja Tijana
Assistant - Master

Laboratory classes