Network Technology 4
- Department of Computer Systems
Students will further enhance their knowledge already acquired from previous BI-ST1, BI-ST2, and BI-ST3 courses. Principles of routing and switching presented during BI-ST1 and BI-ST2 courses got further extended in BI-ST3. Students were able to start fine-tune protocols' settings to gain certain advantages like increased efficiency, predictability, extension beyond a simple topology, security, etc. This module teaches students to configure and fine-tune Wide Area Networks and to experience a completely other type of network (Non Broadcast Multiple Access) which radically differs from well-known Ethernet (broadcast) type of networks. Students will also manage router and switch firmware, perform password recoveries, and emergency procedures. Also the security aspect is treated; students will learn possible intra- and inter-network attacks and the mitigation ways while maintaining the network running.
Successful accomplishment of CCNA4 final test and final lab.
- Syllabus of lectures:
1. Hierarchical Network Design
2. Connecting to the WAN
3. Point-to-Point Connections
4. Frame Relay
5. Network Address Translation for IPv4
6. Broadband Solutions
7. Securing Site-to-Site Connectivity
8. Monitoring the Network
9. Troubleshoot the Network
- Syllabus of tutorials:
- OSPF NBMA
- Study Objective:
Students of the subject will learn how to configure metropolitan or wide area networks via Frame Relay technology. Frame Relay belongs to a different category of networks than Ethernet: Ethernet is by its nature a broadcast-type network while FR is of an NBMA type (a non-broadcast multiple-access). Due to this, students have to master configuration of routing protocols (requiring multicast communication in between the routers) for networks that are unable to physically provide multicast. Students will also learn to integrate IPv6 addressing with routing and provide VoIP services on top of an existing network infrastructure. Another part of the subject is devoted to network devices management and to Cisco IOS license and version management. Yet another goal of the subject is to introduce security problems and their mitigation.
- Study materials:
1. CISCO SYSTEMS, Inc. Cisco NetSpace [online]. Dostupné z: https://www.netacad.com/
2. ODOM W.: CCENT/CCNA ICND1 Official Exam Certification Guide, Cisco Press, San Francisco, 2007. ISBN 1-58720-182-8.
3. TEARE, D.: Návrh a realizace sítí CISCO, Computer Press, Brno, 2003. ISBN 80-251-0022-7.
4. SPORTAC, M. A.: Směrování v IP sítích, Computer Press, Brno, 2004. ISBN 80-251-0127-4.
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans:
- Information Technology - Version for those who Enrolled in 2014 (in Czech) (elective course)
- Information Systems and Management - Version for those who Enrolled in 2014 (in Czech) (elective course)
- Bc. Programme Informatics, in Czech, Version 2015 to 2019 (elective course)
- Bc. Branch Security and Information Technology, in Czech, Version 2015 to 2019 (elective course)
- Bc. Branch Computer Science, in Czech, Version 2015 to 2019 (elective course)
- Bc. Branch Computer Engineering, in Czech, Version 2015 to 2019 (elective course)
- Bachelor Branch Information Systems and Management, in Czech, Version 2015 to 2019 (elective course)
- Bachelor Branch Knowledge Engineering, in Czech, Version 2015, 2016 and 2017 (elective course)
- Bachelor Branch WSI, Specialization Software Engineering, in Czech, Version 2015 to 2019 (elective course)
- Bachelor Branch, Specialization Web Engineering, in Czech, Version 2015 to 2019 (elective course)
- Bachelor Branch WSI, Specialization Computer Grafics, in Czech, Version 2015 to 2019 (elective course)
- Bachelor Branch Knowledge Engineering, in Czech, Version 2015 to 2019 (elective course)