One or more special topics in computer networks, at an advanced level.
(COMP202 Computer Communications and
60 points at 300 level in Computer Science) or
COMP414/514 Carrier and ISP Networks or
COMP418/518 Cyber Security
COMP513 Computer Networks
Official Timetable Information
The course is organised as a reading and discussion course. Students are expected to contribute to class discussion and may also be required to take part in a class debate. Practical work includes protocol implementation, protocol engineering and network setup.
Stevens, W. Richard (1994) TCP/IP Illustrated, Volume 1, (1st edition), Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.
Stevens, Fenner & Rudoff (2004) Unix Network Programming, Volume 1, (3td edition), Addison-Wesley Publishing Company.
Internal assessment/final examination ratio 1:0
Class attendance is expected. Course notes are not provided you are expected to prepare for classes as directed and contribute to the discussion.
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