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This is a course about the design and operation of computer networks. The course explores the history of the Ethernet local network standards and how this developed from a cable bus to a switched high-speed network. It also describes the operation of the network and transport layers, using examples from Internet Engineering to explain how a packet switched network can provide services that can be used by applications. The course is accessible to students of computer science and electronic engineering.
|Session||Second Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
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Students must provide written notes for their laboratory assessment. The requirements and date for submission of the written material will be provided to students as a part of the laboratory notes.