Information Correspondence and System.


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Recognize the open doors and difficulties postured by focalized systems. ... The advantages of immediate correspondence and how it underpins and enhances our lives ...
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Prologue to the course layout and evaluation 1301353 Data Communication and Network Aj. Supichaya Smerchuar School of Information Technology Mae Fah Luang University E-mail: supichaya.sme@mfu.ac.th Tel: 053916755 Office: Building E1 Room 324 Download: http://itschool.mfu.ac.th/~supichaya/ResourcePage1301353.html

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About This Course Code 1301353 Course name Data Communication and Network Credit 3 (2-2) Abbreviation DCN Prerequisite none Type of Course Major Required Course for MIT, SE, CE Major Elective Course for CS, ICE, MTA Course Description Analysis, Design and Implementation of Computer Networks; Standard Network Model; Network Protocols; Wide Area Network See Course Outline (Available on E-Learning)

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Lecture & Lab Sections Lecture #1 : Monday 10:00-12:00 Room C2-313 CS 3-4, ICE 2, SE , MTA Section: 1 , 4 , 5 Lecture #2 : Monday 13:00-15:00 Room C2-313 MIT 3 , CE 2 Section: 2 , 3 , 6 Lab #1 : Monday 17:00-19:00 Section 1 , 2 Lab #2 : Tuesday 13:00-15:00 Section 3 Lab #3 : Tuesday 15:00-17:00 Section 4 Lab #4 : Wednesday 16:00-18:00 Section 5 , 6

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Course Material Textbooks [1] Behrouz A. Forouzan . (2000). Information Communications and Networking. second Edition., McGraw-Hill. [2] Douglas E. Comer. (2004). PC Networks and Internets with Internet Applications. fourth Edition., Pearson. [3] Douglas E. Comer. (2007). The INTERNET Book , fourth Edition., Pearson. [4] David Miller. (2006). Information Communications and Networks , McGraw-Hill Irwin. [5] Cisco Network Academy Materials [6] Other Supplement Reading Materials [7] จตุชัย แพงจันทร์ , อนุโชต วุฒิพรพงษ์ .( ๒๕๕๑ ) . เจาะระบบ Network, Infopress

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Grading: (Tentative) Course Assessment Final Examination 30% Midterm Examination 25% Laboratory and Project 30% Homework & Assignments 15% Total 100%

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Living in a Network Centric World Network Fundamentals – Chapter 1

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Objectives Describe the part of information systems administration in the human system. Distinguish the key segments of any information system. Recognize the open doors and difficulties postured by united systems. Depict the attributes of system structures: adaptation to non-critical failure, versatility, nature of administration and security.

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How Networks Impact Daily Life The advantages of quick correspondence and how it bolsters and enhances our lives

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Data Networking Role, Components, and Challenges Basic attributes of correspondence Rules or assentions are 1 st built up Important data may should be rehashed Various methods of correspondence may affect the adequacy of getting the message crosswise over

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Data Networking Role, Components, and Challenges The part of information systems administration in interchanges

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Data Networking Role, Components, and Challenges The different components that make up a system Devices These are utilized to speak with each other Medium This is the manner by which the gadgets are associated together Messages Information that goes over the medium Rules Governs how messages stream crosswise over system

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Data Networking Role, Components, and Challenges The part of met systems in correspondences Converged system A sort of system that can convey voice, video & information over the same system

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Network Architecture Characteristics Four attributes that are tended to by system engineering plan Fault resistance Scalability Quality of administration Security

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Network Architecture Characteristics How bundle exchanging enhances the flexibility and adaptation to internal failure of the Internet design

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Network Architecture Characteristics of the Internet that help it scale to take care of client demand Hierarchical Common benchmarks Common conventions

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Network Architecture Characteristics The variables that require Quality of Service and the instruments important to guarantee it

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Network Architecture Characteristics How QOS instruments work to guarantee nature of administration for applications that require it

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Network Architecture Characteristics How to choose the suitable QOS procedure for a given kind of activity

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Network Architecture Characteristics Why systems must be secure

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Network Architecture Characteristics Basic measures to secure information systems Ensure privacy through utilization of User verification Data encryption Maintain correspondence respectability through utilization of Digital marks Ensure accessibility through utilization of Firewalls Redundant system design Hardware without a solitary purpose of disappointment

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