Routing and Switching Syllabus - BCIS (PU)

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Course Description

Course Description:

This course describes the communication architecture based on TCP/IP and OSI reference model. It also describes the various routing and switching protocols practiced by organization while doing communication based on internet. Also for security management on guided and unguided media are discussed.

Course Objective:

The main objective of this course is to make students familiar with the fundamentals on networking and routing

Course Outcome:

Students after going through this course will be able to work as Network Administrator, Network Designer and System Administrator.

Unit Contents

Course Contents:

Unit I: Introduction to networks : 2 Hours

Exploring the Network, Network protocols and communications, Network Access, Standards Organizations and RFCs

Unit II: Review of Network Layers                                                             4 Hours

TCP /IP Protocol System, TCP /IP and OSI Model, Data Packaging, Data Link Layer, Network Layer, IP Addressing and subneting, Introducing basic Ipv6, Understanding IPv6

Unit III: Ethernet Technology                                                                     2 Hours

Ethernet Operation, Ethernet Technologies, 10/100mbps Ethernet, 1/10Gbps Ethernet

Unit IV: Switching and Basic Routing                                                       14 Hours

Implementing Vlans and Trunks Routing Between VLANS, Troubleshooting VLAN Connectivity, Understanding Spanning Tree Protocol, Understanding and Configure Etherchannel, Understanding Layer 3 Redundancy protocols (HSRP ,VRRP,GLBP) Introduction to Routing and Packet Forwarding, Static Routing, Introduction to Dynamic Routing, Distance vector Routing Protocols, Link State Routing Protocols, Interior and Exterior Gateway Protocols, IPv4, Routing, Forwarding, Some definitions, Policy Options and Routing protocols

Unit V: Distance Vector Routing protocols                                               5 Hours

RIP Version 1 and RIP Version 2, Background and history of EIGRP, Features and operation of EIGRP, Basic EIGRP Configuration, Calculate the composite metric used by EIGRP, Concepts and operation of DUAL

Unit VI: Link State Routing                                                                        5 Hours

OSPF Introduction, OSPF area, LSA Types, Definition and Concepts, How OSPF Works, Route, Summarization, How OSPF Works, Default Routes, Virtual Links, Demand Circuits, Stub Areas, OSPF Design, Trouble Shooting, Summary

Unit VII: Access List                                                                                    3 Hours

Standard Access List, Extended Acess List, Matching Access List, Buildinng and Maintaining Access List, Case Study

Unit VIII: Services in Converged WAN                                                     2 Hours

The Key WAN Technology Concept, Identify the appropriate WAN Technologies to use with typical, Enterprise requirements for WAN Communications, Introduction to ISDN, Introduction to Frame Relay

Unit XI: Enterprise Network Security                                                        3 Hours

General Methods used to mitigate security threats to Enterprise Network, Configure Basic Router Security, Configure Basic Switch Security, Disavle unused network services and interfaces, Manage IOS Services

Unit X: Wireless Networking Technology                                                  4 Hours

802.11 Physical Layer Standards, Wireless System Configuration, Infrastructure Mode Configuration, Ad Hoc Mode Operation, Wireless Configuration Parameters, Wireless Security, RF Signal Concept

Unit XI :Site to Site Ipsec VPN                                                                   4 Hours                                  

VPN Basics, IPSec Protocols, IPSec Point to Point VPN

Text and Reference Books

Reference Books:

  • Brad, U Jacob CCIE Routing and Switching, Cisco Press, USA
  • H Joe CCNA Routing and Switching Cisco Press, USA
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  • Short Name RS
  • Course code CMP: 462
  • Semester Seventh Semester
  • Full Marks 100
  • Pass Marks 45
  • Credit 3 hrs
  • Elective/Compulsary Elective