Computer Networks (Xarxes de Computadors), Degree in Computer Engineering
XC-GRAU Fall 2017 Semester.
Català

Professors Units Evaluation Laboratories Documentation Slides Timetables Page FIB


Important Dates


Professors

ProfessorLanguageGroupOfficeConsultation hours
Llorenç Cerdà (coordinador)
Catalan T20 C6-213 Tuesday 10-12h, Wednesday 10-12h, Friday 11-13h. Agree before by email
Jordi Domingo
English T10 (English) D6-209 Monday: 12-13, Tuesday: 10-13, Thursday: 11-13. Agree before by email
Davide Careglio
Spanish T40 D6-103 You have them here
David Carrera
Catalan L21, L41 D6-112 request by email
German Santos
Catalan L42 C6-112 Tuesday 16-19 h and Wendesday 10-13 h.
Luís Velasco
Spanish L11 (English), L22 D6-107 Agree with the teacher by email
Luc Jaulmes
English L12 (English), L13 (English)   Agree with the teacher by email
Marc Riera
Catalan L23   Agree with the teacher by email

Units

  1. Introduction (included in the first asssessment, C1)
  2. IP (included in the first asssessment, C1)
  3. TCP (included in the second asssessment, C2)
  4. LANs (included in the second asssessment, C2)
  5. Applications (included in the third asssessment, C3)
See the slides for a detailed conent of the course.

Evaluation

The subject is assessed as follows: theory (75%) and laboratory (25%):

NF = 0.25 * NL + 0.75 * NT

Where:
NF = final grade.
NL = laboratory grade.
NT = theory grade.

The laboratory grade (NL) will be calculated from the mean obtained from labs (25%) and final exam grade laboratory (75%). The classroom lab sessions will be assessed by a minicontrol held at the end of each session. The non classroom sessions will be assessed with an exam at the end of the course. To make miniassessments in every session, it is required submitting a report at the beginning of the session. Otherwise, the minicontrol can not be done, and the grade of it is 0.

The theory grade (NT) can be obtained by continuous evaluation (NC) or by a final exam (EF), and will be computed as NT = max(NC, EF). The continuous evaluation consists of 3 assessments with weights 40% (C1), 40% (C2) and 20% (C3). That is: NC = 0.4 * C1 + 0.40 * C2 + 0.20 * C3. If NF is greater or equal than 5, it is possible to do the final exam to obtain a higher grade. The student must communicate that to the coordinator.

Incentive to study.

The final mark (NF) will be increased up to 1 point to students who meet the following conditions: Upon meeting these conditions, it will be increased the proportional part for each delivered problem.

Laboratory sessions

Session Description
s1 Interface configuration and static routing (LINUX)
s2 Interface configuration and static routing with CISCO routers
s3 Dynamic Routing: RIPv1,v2 (IOS)
s4 Access lists and NAT (IOS)
s5 TCP
s6 Ethernet Switches (IOS)
s7 DNS
s8 Final lab exam

Laboratory days

Group/Session/Day s1s2s3s4s5s6s7s8
L13 (Wednesday) 4/10/2017 11/10/2017 18/10/2017 25/10/2017 22/11/2017 29/11/2017 20/12/2017 10/1/2018
L12, L21, L41 (Thursday) 28/9/2017 5/10/2017 19/10/2017 26/10/2017 23/11/2017 30/11/2017 21/12/2017 11/1/2018
L11, L22, L23, L42 (Friday) 29/9/2017 6/10/2017 20/10/2017 27/10/2017 24/11/2017 1/12/2017 22/12/2017 12/1/2018

Important information about laboratory sessions

Keep the lab mark:

In case of repeating the course, it is possible to keep the mark of a previous course if the following conditions are met: To keep the mark is necessary sending an email claiming for it to the coordinator during the first week of the course. In case of requesting it, it is not necessari to attend the lab again and the mark will be the one obtained before.

Non classroom labs:


Documentation

Slides

Use these slides as a detailed content of the course.
  1. Introduction (included in the first asssessment, C1)
  2. IP (included in the first asssessment, C1)
  3. TCP (included in the second asssessment, C2)
  4. LANs (included in the second asssessment, C2)
  5. Applications (included in the third asssessment, C3)

Assessments and exams from previous courses: you have them in the Raco.

Collection of Problems: Available in the Raco.

XML

Sockets

Links:

References

About TCP/IP