SIMULATION MODELS OF PRODUCTIVE PROCESSES
Acquiring knowledge and understanding. The student must demonstrate knowledge of the characteristics and structure of a telematic network, with particular reference to active network equipment and their location within the TCP / IP standard. Making informed judgments and choices. The student must demonstrate that he has developed a critical ability to integrate knowledge and make judgments, also on the basis of limited or incomplete information, on the criteria for setting up and designing a telematic network. Communicating knowledge and understanding. The student must be able to answer the oral test questions in a clear and exhaustive way. It must be able to explain the techniques learned and used for the implementation and design of a telematic network. Capacities to continue learning. The student must be able to learn independently new knowledge in the topics covered in teaching and to integrate in them further correlated knowledge.
Basic knowledge of data processing.
Block 1 - Introduction to telematics networks and application layer (18 h)
Network capacity and performance
The TCP / IP protocol stack
Paradigms of the application level
Protocols and services of the application level
Block 2 - Transportation level (10 h)
Transport level services
Transport level protocols
Block 3 - Network level (20 h)
Services at the network level
Structure of a router
Format of IPV4 datagrams
Forwarding of IP datagrams
IP version 6
Introduction to networks. Networking fundamentals. Networking media. Basics of Ethernet technologies. Ethernet and switching technologies. The suite of Tcp/Ip protocols. Ip addressing. Routing fundamentals and subnetwork concepts. The application and transport layers in Tcp/Ip.
The teaching activity will be divided into: lectures; exercises in the computer lab with the use of network equipment; reports, elaborations and individual and group research.
Tanenbaum A. S.,"Computer Networks, 4th Edition" Pearson
J.F. Kurose, K.W. Ross,"Computer Networking - A top-down approach" Pearson
The test is based on a practical test and an oral test. The practical test consists of two parts: a design of an intranet network with the subnetting calculation (which is assigned a maximum score of 10 points) and a software simulation of the same intranet (which is assigned a maximum score of 10 points). An oral exam on the topics (which is assigned a maximum score of 10 points)