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1 NEW YORK CITY COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK DEPARTMENT: COURSE CODE: COURSE TITLE: Electrical and Telecommunications Engineering Technology TCET 3142/TC570 Computer Systems and Network COURSE DESCRIPTION: The skills needed to install, configure and troubleshoot a computer network are covered. A wide range of materials, starting with computer hardware, operating systems, wiring, protocols, and installation are discussed. Troubleshooting various networks, utilizing engineering analysis tools is covered. Discovering practical problems in interfacing computer networks in various configurations are covered in the laboratory. PREREQUISITE: TEXTBOOK: AAS Degree in ET, TC, CS, EM or equivalent Network+ Guide to Networks, By: Jill West, Tamara Dean (7th Edition) Cengage Learning, 2015, ISBN: COURSE OBJECTIVES: Upon the completion of this course, the students should be able to: 1. Discuss Open System Interconnection (OSI) Reference Model. Understand the communication between two systems. Understand the concept of network protocols. (ETAC/ABET Criteria 3a, 3b, 3d, 3f, PCa, PC d) 2. Know the functions of the Network Operating Systems. Know how to select a Network Operating System. Understand the concept of Window Networks. (ETAC/ABET Criteria 3a, 3b, 3c, 3e, 3f, 3h, PC a, PC d) 3. Understand Network components and specifications. Understand the functions of Repeaters, Hubs, Bridges, Switches, and Routers. Understand the advantages of using VLANs. Know how to do the troubleshooting and maintenance for a computer network. (ETAC/ABET Criteria 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 3f, 3g, PCa, PC b, PC c, PC d) 4. Understand the concept of WANs and its transmission methods. Understand PSTN, ISDN, xdsl, and T-Carriers. Understand FDDI,X.25, and Frame Relay. (ETAC/ABET Criteria 3a, 3b, PCa, PC b, PC c) 5. Understand the addressing and name resolution in the

2 TOPICS: CLASS HOURS: 2 LAB HOURS : 3 CREDITS: 3 network communication. Understand the IP addressing, Network classes, Host names and Domain Name System. Know how to configure and install TCP/IP in the network. (ETAC/ABET Criteria 3a, 3b, 3d, 3f, 3g, PC a, PC b, and PC d) 6. Know the concepts of network security and disaster recovery. Know the function of firewall and antivirus software. Know how to apply security policy privacy policy, data protection, and ethical considerations of a computer network within a company or a global organization. (ETAC/ABET Criteria 3a, 3b, 3g,3h, 3i, 3j, PC a, PC b,and PC d). The topics include components of LANs, WANs communication systems, such as hardware, software, topology, architecture, protocols and standards governing computer networks, specific types of networks, such as peer to peer and client/server, and wireless networks. Course coordinator: Professor Joe X. Wei Descriptive details for laboratory coursework: Laboratory exercises include understanding elements of a network. Installing Window XP, installing Window 2008 Servers, Workstations and protocols, IP address, DHCP, Binding configuring MLTI-homed, RRAS, topologies, installing remote access and VPN. Using TCP/IP utilities, troubleshooting, preventing problems and creating a secure network. GRADING POLICY Class Participation 10% Homework/Quiz 10% Midterm 30% Labs Reports 10% Lab Exam 10% Final Exam 30% Letter Grade Numerical Grade Ranges Quality Points A A B B B

3 C C D F 59.9 and below 0.0 Assessment The following assessment techniques are correlated to the course objectives as follows. In addition, each assessment technique incorporates one or more of the following ABET Criterion. COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon the completion of the course, the student should be able to 1. Discuss Open System Interconnection (OSI) Reference Model. Understand the communication between two systems. Understand the concept of network protocols. 2. Know the functions of the Network Operating Systems. Know how to select a Network Operating System. Understand the concept of Window Networks. 3. Understand Network components and specifications. Understand the functions of Repeaters, Hubs, Bridges, Switches, and Routers. Understand the advantages of using VLANs. 4. Understand the concept of WANs and its transmission methods. Understand PSTN, ISDN, DSL, Cable, and T-Carriers. Understand FDDI, X.25, and Frame Relay. 5. Understand the addressing and name resolution in the network communication. Understand the IP addressing, Network classes, Host names and Domain Name System. Know how to configure and install ASSESSMENT Evaluation methods and criteria Students will be assessed based on their ability to 1. Analyze the function Network interface card in perspective to the OSI model Distinguish between IP and MAC address. Discuss the details for TCP/IP protocol 2. Analyze Windows NOS (Network Operating System. 3. Distinguish between network Cables and connectors, Distinguish between NICs. Analyze the main features of network components, such as Repeaters, Hubs, Bridges, Switches, and Routers. 4. Analyze issues of PSTN, ISDN, DSL, Cable, and T-Carriers. Discuss the Serial Line Internet Protocol and Point-to-Point Protocol. 5. Configure and install TCP/IP in the network.

4 TCP/IP in the network. 6. Know the concepts of network security and disaster recovery. Know the function of firewall. Discuss security considerations of a network. 7. Understand the concept of wireless networks and its transmission methods and protocols, and security concerns and solutions. 6. Install and update virus protection software. Install the firewall for network. Backup data for a network periodically. 7. Distinguish different radio frequency and bandwidth for each standard. Install and configure a Wi-Fi WLAN, analyze security issues and corresponding solutions.

5 Weekly course outline WEEK TOPIC 1 Introduction to Networks: a) Evolution of Telecommunication Networks and Computing Technology b) Network Protocol Architecture c) Open System Interconnection (OSI) Reference Model d) Internet Protocol Architecture 2 How Computers Find Each Other on Networks a) Overview of Addressing on Networks b) How Ports and Sockets Work c) How IP Addresses are Formatted and Assigned d) Tool for Troubleshooting IP Address Problems 3 How Data is transported over Network a) Introduction to protocols b) TCP/IP Model & Core Protocols c) IPv4 and IPv6 d) Host Names and DNS e) Application Layer Protocols 4 Structured Cabling and Networking Elements a) Network Equipment in Commercial Building b) Managing Power Sources and Environment c) NICs and Ethernet d) Troubleshooting Network Devices 5 Network Cabling a) Transmission Basics b) Twisted-Pair Cable c) Fiber-Optic Cable d) Troubleshooting Cable Problems e) Ethernet Frames Networking Hardware a) Network Interface Cards (NIC s) 6 b) Types of NIC s c) Installing NIC s d) Repeaters e) Hubs f) Bridges g) Switchers h) Routers i) VLANs Virtual LANs READING ASSIGNMENTS Chapter 1 Page 1-48 Chapter 2 Page Chapter 3 Page Chapter 4 Page Chapter 5 Page HOMEWORK AND LAB PROJECTS Chapter 1 Review. Chapter 2 Review. Lab 1 Chapter 3 Review. Lab 2 Chapter 4 Review Lab 3 Chapter 5 Review Lab 4 Handout Lab 5

6 WEEK TOPIC READING ASSIGNMENTS HOMEWORK AND LAB PROJECTS 6-7 Wireless Networking a) The Wireless Spectrum b) Characteristics of Wireless Transmissions b) WLAN & WLANs c) Implementing a WLAN d) Wireless Network Security e) Troubleshooting Wireless LANs 8 Cloud Computing and Remote Access a) Cloud Computing b) Remote Access c) Encryption Techniques, Protocols and Utilities d) Authentication Protocols 9 Network Risk Management a) Security Assessment b) Security Risks c) Effective Security Policies d) Security in Network Design 10 Unified Communications and Network Performance a) Security Assessment b) Security Risks c) Effective Security Policies d) Security in Network Design 11 Network Segmentation and Virtualization a) Segmentation and Subnetting b) Virtualization c) Virtual Network Components d) VLANs and Trunking Wide Area Networks a) WANs Essentials b) WANs transmission methods c) PSTN d) ISDN e) DSL f) Cable g) T-Carriers h) X.25 and Frame Relay i) ATM j) SONET k) MPLS 14 Industrial and Enterprise Networking a) Industrial Networks b) Asset Management & Business Documents c) Change Management d) Physical Security Controls e) Troubleshooting and Response Policies 15 Final Examination & Lab Examination Chapter 6 Page Chapter 7 Page Chapter 8 Page Chapter 9 Page Chapter 10 Page Chapter 11 Page Chapter 12 Page Chapter 6 Review Lab 6 Chapter 7 Review MIDTERM Chapter 8 Review Lab 7 Chapter 9 Review Lab 8 Chapter 10 Review Lab 9 Chapter 11 Review Lab Chapter 12 Review. Lab 12

7 TCET 3142 Lab Outline Lab Experiments (Weekly) 1. Download and Install Oracle VirtualBox on a Windows PC Create 2 Windows XP Virtual Computers 3 3. Build a Peer-to-Peer Network Using 2 Virtual PCs 4 4. Install Ubuntu Linux as a Linux Virtual Computer 5 5. Create a Virtual Machine running Google Chrome OS 6 6. Create a Windows Server 2008 Virtual Machine 7 7. Add Linux Virtual Computer into Peer-to-Peer LAN 9 8. Build up a Virtual Local Area Network for File Sharing Share Resources between PC and Linux in a Virtual Network Create a Virtual Client/Server Network Set up Domain Controller for virtualnet.cuny Create Domain Users in Active Directory and Practice User Management 14

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