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COMP 223

Designing and Implementation of Computer Networking builds on knowledge gained in the Introduction to Networking, Data Communication and Windows Operating system. In this course, students will use knowledge of the OSI Model, TCP/IP Model and Physical Transmission Options to design simple and more complex networks. Various transmission equipment, hubs, bridges, routers, switches and gateways will be studied and used in designing LAN/WAN network connections. How TCP/IP protocol works will be studied. The IP addressing and subnetting will be learned and used to design sub-networks. Students will learn to use computer-drawing tools to produce their designs. Network requirements for the integration of voice, data and multimedia will be studied. Areas of Network Security and WAN concepts and configuration will be explored.