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Délia Boino
Submitted by dboino on 8 March 2021
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 (stack TCP / IP protocols).
  2. Understand Internet access networks and their different architectures.
  3. Acquire a broader knowledge on the Internet interals, 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) with emphasis on the data communication aspects and theoretical protocols.
  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 understand the details of its operation (eg dynamic assignment DHCP-based mechanisms and resolution of addresses with ARP).
  7. Understand and analyze the protocols of the data link and physical layers.


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