- Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach featuring the Internet by J. F. Kurose and K. W. Ross, Prentice Hall Publishing Company, 2002
- Peterson L. & Davie, B. Computer Networks: A Systems Approach, Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, Inc., 1996
- Tanenbaum, Andrew S. , Computer Networks 3rd ed., Prentice Hall Publishing Company.
To help the students gain an understanding of the terminology and standards in modern day computer networks. To make the students understand communication basics, networking and network technologies; with emphasis on data and computer communication within the framework of the OSI and TCP/IP protocol architectures, internet and internetworking and how to apply these in the design and analysis of networks.
Course Learning Outcome
Demonstrate and distinguish between OSI and TCP/IP reference models.
Demonstrate the working of Data Link Layer & Network Layer Protocols.
Design, implement, and analyze simple computer networks (LAN, WAN, P2P etc).
Configure the routing protocols (RIPV2, OSPF, EIGRP) using Network Tool.Configure the routing protocols (RIPV2, OSPF, EIGRP) using Network Tool.
Design and configure the complex network using Packet Tracer tool.
CLO -PLO Mapping
|Course Code||CLOs/ PLOs||PLO1||PLO2||PLO3||PLO4||PLO5||PLO6||PLO7||PLO8||PLO9||PLO 10||PLO 11||PLO 12|
Program Learning Outcomes
PLO1: Engineering Knowledge
PLO2: Problem Analysis
PLO3: Design/Development of Solutions
PLO5: Modern Tool Usage
PLO6: The Engineer and Society
PLO7: Environment and Sustainability
PLO9: Individual and Team Work
PLO11: Project Management
PLO12: Lifelong Learning