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Silibus stij3053 - Network Design

  1. 1. UNIVERSITI UTARA MALAYSIA UUM COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCESCOURSE CODE : STIJ3053COURSE NAME: NETWORK DESIGNPRE-REQUISITE: STIJ3023 COMPUTER NETWORKS1.0 SYNOPSIS This course emphasizes on the procedures and principles in analysing, designing and implementing a typical data communications network. This course also stresses on system- oriented network development. Students will be given the necessary exposure related to network performance as well as related contemporary issues.2.0 OBJECTIVE At the end of the course, student will be able to: 2.1 understand the techniques involve in designing a network infrastructure. 2.2 acquire the knowledge and skill to implement a network infrastructure. 2.3 understand the concept of network design. 2.4 Apply the knowledge to implement a network infrastructure.3.0 LEARNING OUTCOME Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: 3.1 Explain about issues, techniques and related technologies in planning, analysing, designing and implementing a network. (C1,P1,A1). 3.2 Choose the appropriate technology to be implemented for an organization’s network infrastructure. (C3,P1,A1). 3.3 Plan and analyse a typical network. (C4,P2,A1). 3.4 Describe the concept and procedures involved in designing and configuring a network. (C4,P1,A1). 3.5 Design and Implement a typical network. (C5,P3,A3). 3.6 Analyse the network requirement for an organization and propose solution using a network design plan. ( C4, P5,A3) 1
  2. 2. 4.0 REFERENCE Forouzan, B. A. (2007). Data Communications and Networking, (4th Edition), NY: McGraw-Hill Kurose, J.F. & Ross, K.W. (2008). Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach (4th Edition). NY: Addison-Wesley. Meyers, M. (2004). Mike Meyers Network+ Guide To Managing and Troubleshooting Networks, NY: McGraw-Hill/Irwin. Oppenheimer, P. (2004). Top-Down Network Design, (2nd Edition), Cisco Press. Stallings, W. (2007). Data & Computer Communications (8th Edition). NJ: Prentice Hall. Tittel, E., Robbins, M. (1997). Network Design Essentials, NY: Academic Press Professional.5.0 CONTENT NO TOPICS HOURS 1. 1.0 Overview – Computer Nework 3 1.1. Hardware and Software 1.2. OSI and TCP/IP Reference Model 1.3. Standard and Current Issues 2. 2.0 Local Area Network (LAN) Design 3 2.1. Ethernet 2.2. Fast Ethernet 2.3. Gigabit Ethernet 3. 3.0 Network Design 3 3.1. Network Design using Internetworking Devices 3.2. Network Design for Remote Access 4. 4.0 High Speed Network Design 3 5. 5.0 Introduction to Network Design 3 5.1. Network Design Methodology 5.2. Strategic Plainning for Information Network (SPIN) Framework 6. 6.0 Top-Down Network Design Approach 9 6.1 Identifying Your Customer’s Needs and Goals 6.2 Logical Network Design 6.3 Physical Network Design 6.4 Testing, Optimizing and Documenting Your Network Design 7. 7.0 Network Performance Analysis 9 7.1 Reason for Performance Analysis 7.2 Causes and Effects of Low Performance 7.3 Data Collection 7.4 Networking Devices Performance Characteristic 7.5 Network Topology 7.6 Communication Media 8. 8.0 Current Issues dan Future Trend in Network Design 3 2
  3. 3. 9. 9.0 Case Study 1 : Network Design Approach 3 10. 10.0 Case Study 2 : Network Performance Analysis 3 TOTAL 426.0 TEACHING METHOD Lectures and discussions7.0 ASSESSMENT Coursework 60% Final Exam 40% 3