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Submitted by Anónimo (not verified) on 19 March 2014
Intended learning outcomes

Students who complete this course successfully will be able to:

  1. Acquire knowledge of the basic principles of computer networks and understand the basic concepts and protocols that support the (TCP/IP protocol stack).
  2. Understand Internet access networks and their different architectures.
  3. Acquire a broader knowledge on the Internet internals, from applications to physical connections.
  4. Understand the organization of the protocol layers stack TCP / IP and apply the knowledge of protocols and services of the application layers (eg system of DNS domain names and email SMTP / POP) and transport (eg TCP and UDP).
  5. Synthesize and enjoy the Network layer protocols of the TCP / IP family, with special emphasis on IP protocol and IPv4 addressing mode.
  6. Critically analyze local networks, with emphasis on Ethernet, and to understand its operation (eg DHCP and ARP).
  7. Understand and analyze the protocols of the data link and physical layers.


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