SIT202 - Computer Networks
|Year||2016 unit information|
|Enrolment modes:||Trimester 2: Burwood (Melbourne), Waurn Ponds (Geelong), Cloud (online)|
2 SIT coded units (excluding mathematics units coded SIT19-, SIT29-, SIT39-)
Campus: 3 x 1 hour class per week, 1 x 2 hour practical per week.
Cloud (online): Learning experiences are via CloudDeakin. Students will have the opportunity to participate in online consultation sessions.
Today, computer networks are at the core of modern communication. In early 2000’s home broadband entered mainstream usage and is growing at a faster rate than ever. The world is moving toward transmission speeds of up to one trillion bits per second. The scope of communication would not have been possible without the progressively advancing computer network. In SIT202, students will learn the concepts and roles of communication and user-oriented protocols. They will be able to select a local area network and design simple protocols for a given environment, to track current and future trends in computer networks. During laboratory sessions students will acquire hands-on experience with networks based on Windows platform. They will learn about networks and their goals; services provided to end-to-end users; network architectures; the Internet protocol stack and the ISO/OSI reference model; the role of client - server model; communication at the application layer; end-to-end communication; the transport layer; selecting a route; the network layer; dealing with errors; the data link layer; transmitting bits on a medium; local area networks, in particular wireless and mobile networks; and communication security and authentication.
Three problem solving reports (15%, 15%, 10%) 40%, examination 60%
Unit Fee Information
All Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP), fee paying undergraduate and pre-2016 commencing students
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2016 commencing International and full fee paying postgraduate domestic students
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