INTERNET ARCHITECTURE AND PROTOCOLS (EEE 536)
Jan. 9, 9:00 am, EA-222 in two parts: in-class (~2 hours) and take home (1 day).
Huitema, “Routing in the Internet•
Stevens, “TCP/IP Illustrated Vol. 1”
Comer, “Internetworking with TCP/IP Vol.1 ”
Halabi, “Internet Routing Architectures”
Kurose and Ross, “Computer Networking”
Davie and Rosen, “Multiprotocol Label Switching”
Stevens, "TCP Illustrated", Vol. 1
Hassan and Jain, "High performance TCP/IP Networking"
Farrell, "The Internet and its protocols"
Lecture (PDF) aSee the footnote
1 Introduction, Data link layer issues, Ethernet, Hubs,Switches, Routers, Spanning Tree Algorithm *,** 2 Perlman 3 Virtual LANs, Wireless LANs, PPP, ATM *,** 4 Homework 1 (due Oct. 13th) Perlman, Kurose and Ross, IEEE 802.11 standard 5 DNS,TCP/IP Fundamentals, IP Addressing, Network Address Translation* White paper on IP addressing 6 Routing Concepts * Homework 2 Kurose and Ross, Perlman 7 Halabi 8 Halabi, Gupta's PhD thesis 9 MPLS and Traffic Engineering Davie and Rosen 10 11 Transport Protocols, UDP, TCP** Stevens, TCP IP GUIDE 12 TCP Congestion Control *,c Homework 3 (due Dec. 19 - 12:40 pm) RFC 2581 13 Multimedia networking and QoS 14 Student presentations Homework 4 (due Jan. 5 - 14:00 pm)
a While preparing the lecture notes, we make use of the publicly available viewgraphs of
* Viewgraphs of J. Kurose and K. Ross prepared for the textbook "Top-down approach to computer networking"
** Viewgraphs of M. Veeraraghavan and J. Liebeherr at University of Virginia
*** Viewgraphs of Nina Taft (Intel) on BGP
b P. Gupta's notes
c Reuven Cohen's notes