TECHNICAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE
DIVISION OF COMPUTER & ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES
COURSE NO: NET 110
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Credit Hours: Three (3) Semester
Hours Pre-requisites: None Co-requisites: None
This course introduces students to the networking field. Topics include network terminology and protocols, local-area networks, wide-area networks, OSI model, cabling, router programming, Ethernet, IP addressing, and network standards. Upon completion, students should be able to perform tasks related to networking mathematics, terminology, and models, media, Ethernet, subnetting, and TCP/IP Protocols.
Student Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion, students should be able to (through completion of classwork and assignments):
Identify the operation of an Ethernet hub, a LAN switch, a router and a firewall
Recognize how routers and switches learn
List the more important fields inside Ethernet headers and trailers.
Differentiate between full duplex and half duplex and identify the advantages of each.
Match the terms LAN, VLAN, and broadcast domain with their definitions.
Comprehend the concept of a physical LAN and a virtual LAN. List several reasons for wanting to use VLANs.
Identify the structure of IP addresses.
Identifthe size of Class A, B, and C IP networks. Identify addresses as belonging to a particular Class A, B, or C network
List the need for IP subnetting.
Comprehend the process of routing an IP packet from one computer to another
Recognize the purpose of a default gateway
List the contents of a router’s IP routing table. Select the logic that a router uses when it makes a forwarding decision, Recognize how a router learns to put routes in its routing table for networks or subnets that are connected directly to the router
Identify the process by which a TCP/IP host can learn the IP address that corresponds to a host name
Recognize the meaning behind basic telephone company jargon used with WAN links
Relate HDLC and PPP with Frame Relay
Recognize the basic concepts of sending data over your television cable, DSL line, analog phone line
List the three components of the AAA security model. Describe the basic processes used for authentication, authorization, and accounting
Recognize VPN and the benefits of using VPNs
The Core Values of Wake Technical
Instructor and students will foster an environment that is
respectful of all.
Instructor and students will foster an environment that promotes
taking responsibility for one's actions and obligations.
Instructor and students will strive to improve the critical
thinking skills of analysis, synthesis, and evaluation.
Instructor and students will strive to ensure that both written
and oral communications are clearly understood.
Instructor and students will strive to develop collaborative
Grading Is As
Exams must be taken on the assigned date; otherwise a grade of zero will be assigned. Any exception to this policy must be the result of a documented emergency or prior arrangement with the instructor. There will be no exceptions to this rule!! NO EXCEPTIONS!! All makeup exams must be taken prior to the scheduled exam date. This must be pre-arranged with the instructor. Last minute arrangements are not acceptable. Students must complete the online final exam and online midterm exam to pass the course. Failure to complete either one will result in a grade of ‘F’ for the course.
Assignments and labs are due on the assigned date. There will be no extensions, no exceptions. Only documented emergencies will be considered for extensions. In the remote chance that an extension is given, 25 points will be deducted for each day the project or assignment is late.
Students will follow the official Wake Tech Attendance
Students are responsible for all of the information presented in the Wake Technical Community College Student Handbook.
Please note that computers are to be used at all times for official course purposes. Use of computers for general web surfing, e-mailing, chat room discussions, social networking, and any other non-course related task is forbidden. Violation of this rule will result in a grade deduction and possible loss of computer privileges.
The college forbids the use of all audible electronic equipment during instructional time. Forbidden devices include but are not limited to: cell phones, smart phones, MP3 players, and PDAs.
If you miss a lecture or arrive late, you are responsible for the material presented, handouts distributed, and any announcements made that day. The instructor will not provide notes for missed classes.
See Schedule posted on Blackboard for more detailed listing.
Note: This schedule is subject to some changes/modifications per Instructor -- This offered as only a study guide. The pace of each class differs according to the instructional needs of the students in the class. Always consult with your instructor. Note** A Final Project may be assigned in lieu of a Final Exam.
Introduction to LabSim
Cables and Connectors
Disability Support Services (DSS) is available for students who require academic accommodations due to any physical, psychological, or learning disability. To determine eligibility, contact the office at 108-S Holding Hall or call
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