Checking date: 29/04/2019


Course: 2019/2020

Computer networks design and management
(14343)
Study: Master in Computer Engineering (228)
EPI


Coordinating teacher: GARCIA RUBIO, CARLOS

Department assigned to the subject: Department of Telematic Engineering

Type: Compulsory
ECTS Credits: 6.0 ECTS

Course:
Semester:




Students are expected to have completed
A content subject similar to the subject "Computer Networks", of the Bachelor in Informatics Engineering of the UC3M.
Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results.
The students acquire the following competences: - Ability to project, calculate and design products, processes and facilities in all areas of Computer Engineering (CG1) - Ability to model, design, define architecture, implement, manage, operate, manage and maintain applications, networks, systems, services and computer content (CE4) - Ability to understand and know how to apply the operation and organization of the Internet, the technologies and protocols of new generation networks, component models, intermediary software and services (CE5) - That students have the learning skills that allow them to continue studying in a way that will be largely self-directed or autonomous (CB10).   The learning outcomes are: - A comprehensive knowledge of applicable methods and techniques and their limitations (RA52) - A deep knowledge and understanding of the principles of their specialty (RA11) - The competence to apply innovative methods in solving problems (R24) - The ability to use its technical sense to work with incomplete, complex information and technical uncertainty (RA 33) - The ability to critically analyze the data and reach conclusions (R43)
Description of contents: programme
1. Network layer: - Review. IP packet format. Addressing. NAT. Routing protocols (RIP, OSPF, BGP). ICMP. IGMP. DHCP. IPv6 - Mobile IP. Security at the network layer. IPsec and VPNs 2. Transport layer: - Review of transport layer. UDP. TCP. Classic variants of TCP (Tahoe, Reno). - New TCP implementations. - AQM congestion control. - DTN. - Security at transport level. TLS / DTLS. 3. Application layer: - DNS. Review basic concepts. Advanced DNS. DNSSEC and DDNS. - Remote terminal protocols. Telnet, rlogin and ssh. - Files transfer protocols. FTP and TFTP. - Email service. RFC 822, MIME, SMTP, POP and IMAP. ESMTP, Security (STARTTLS, S-MIME), spam (spf, dkim). - Web service. HTTP / 1.X. HTTP / 2. IoT protocols: CoAP and MQTT. Performance optimization. Browser APIs and protocols. HTTP/3 and QUIC - Multimedia communications protocols. RTP, RTCP, RTSP, SIP. Content distribution networks (CDN). - Network management protocols.
Learning activities and methodology
The following learning activities and methodology will be used: - Theoretical class (AF1): They will be oriented to the teaching of the specific competences of the subject. They will present the knowledge that students must acquire. To facilitate their development, students will receive the class notes and will have basic reference texts that will allow them to complete and deepen the topics of the subject. - Practical classes (AF2): Participatory resolution of exercises and practical cases related to the protocols seen in theory class. - Laboratory practices (AF4): Within this subject laboratory practices will be carried out, consisting of a guided statement in which the students will put into practice the concepts studied by configuring various services, using network administrator tools and analyzers to solve in the laboratory various issues that are pose in the statement. - Personal work and student study (AF7): Oriented especially to the acquisition of the capacity for self-organization and planning of individual work and the learning process. It may include, among other exercises and complementary readings, as well as personal study by the student. - Partial and final exams (AF8)
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 60
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 40
Basic Bibliography
  • Dordal, Peter L.. An Introduction to Computer Networks. edition 1.9.19 http://intronetworks.cs.luc.edu. 2019
  • Forouzan, Behrouz A. TCP/IP protocol suite. 4th Ed. McGraw-Hill.. 2010
  • Ilya Grigorik. High Performance Browser Networking. O'Reilly (available in https://hpbn.co/). 2013 / 2015
  • Kurose, James F, and Keith W. Ross. Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach. 7th Ed. Pearson.. 2017
  • Ron Aitchison. Pro DNS and BIND 10. Apress. 2011
  • Ying-Dar Lin, Ren-Hung. Computer networks: an open source approach. McGraw-Hill. 2012
Additional Bibliography
  • Andrew.S.Tanenbaumi, David J. Wetherall.. Computer Networks. 5th Ed. Prentice Hall. 2011
  • Kevin R. Fall, W. Richard Stevens. TCP/IP Illustrated, Vol. 1: The Protocols. 2nd Ed. Addison-Wesley Professional Computing Series.. 2012
  • Subir Varma. Internet Congestion Control. Morgan Kaufmann. 2015
  • W. R. Stevens. TCP/IP Illustrated Vol.1 The protocols. Prentice Hall. 1994

The course syllabus and the academic weekly planning may change due academic events or other reasons.