Course Computer Communications Study Period 2 EDA 343

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Course Computer Communications Study Period 2 EDA 343, DIT 420

Course Computer Communications Study Period 2 EDA 343, DIT 420

Course Aims • Study topics: data communication and computer networks • After completion of

Course Aims • Study topics: data communication and computer networks • After completion of this course, the student should be able to – distinguish network services, related protocols and layers – understand possibilities and constraints in the existing solutions – build and configure a working network and have an understanding of computer configuration and routing issues in networks • Through course assignments students will be trained in – solving network-related problems/ implementing simple network protocols – building up a small network from scratch • Some advice: to be able to put things in perspective: – – come to classes; try to ask questions; study on-line (don't wait until last weeks); do the labs in time (don't wait until last weeks); Keep in mind: practice makes perfect: practice on exercises, questions, use the companion site of book meant for student-resources; experiment with protocols following the hints in the book.

Course Homepage http: //www. cse. chalmers. se/edu/course/EDA 343 (please revisit/reload frequently)

Course Homepage http: //www. cse. chalmers. se/edu/course/EDA 343 (please revisit/reload frequently)

Course Support team • Examiner : Marina Papatriantafilou • Tutors : Zhang Fu Bapi

Course Support team • Examiner : Marina Papatriantafilou • Tutors : Zhang Fu Bapi Chatterjee Aras Atalar Aljosha Lautenbach Guest Lecturers : Zhang Fu Elad Micheal Schiller

Course organization • 13 Lectures, 2 tutorials, 5 Excercises sessions – Cf ”Lectures and

Course organization • 13 Lectures, 2 tutorials, 5 Excercises sessions – Cf ”Lectures and Excercises” @ web page • 3 lab/assignments – Cf ”Assignmets and Exam” @ web page – 1. (a) wireshark or (b)http – 2. configure a network – 3. take. home-questions/overview study • Written exam

1. TODOs, especially for Assignments Register for the course: this will give you access

1. TODOs, especially for Assignments Register for the course: this will give you access to pingpong as needed – check your ping pong accounts and if you cannot see the course contact the people responsible for the labs, providing name, personal number, email • Contact Bapi Chatterjee ; Aras Atalar (aras. [email protected] com); Aljoscha Lautenbach 2. 3. 4. Log-in ping-pong by the end of this week a) Form teams of 2, register team/group in pingpong b) Watch the instructions of what to do for assignments and submission; in summary: i. Choose 1 out of 2 options for Assignment 1: (you will get an email after registering in a group in pingpong) i. http implementation : programming at home, book time, ask and show here, submit code (times available: cf webpage) ii. or wireshark: submit preassignment, book time , carry out [email protected], submit report (times available: cf webpage) ii. Get informed for Assignment 2: setting up a network: book time, submit preassignment, carry out [email protected] (times available: cf webpage) iii. Assignment 3: answer questions, submit report c) Book lab hours where relevant Make sure that you notice all due dates for booking, delivering, etc Labs not ready after reporting of the results (Jan 11), will need to be repeated –the complete set (study period 4 of this academic in Swedish, or next academic year)

Student representatives for the course EDA 343 Computer communication the following students have been

Student representatives for the course EDA 343 Computer communication the following students have been randomly selected to be student representatives: FAIVRE LEVASSEUR KALMNER HANSSON ALMGREN MICKAËL SWANN JOHAN KALLE SIMON [email protected] chalmers. se [email protected] chalmers. se [email protected] chalmers. se [email protected] chalmers. se [email protected] chalmers. se Being a student representative means that you are responsible for evaluating the course together with the examiner/course responsible and the program board of the program that gives the course. The evaluation process consists of three parts: 1. The student representatives and the examiner/course responsible are to have two informal meetings during the course. The first one should be in the second study week, the second one after approximately half the course. The first meeting is mostly for you to get acquainted, the second one is for the student representatives to give feedback to the teacher on the progress of the course. 2. After the course an evaluation questionnaire is sent out. The examiner will get an opportunity to add extra questions to the standard questionnaire. 3. After the course, in the middle of the next study period, there will be an evaluation meeting where the student representatives and the examiner/course responsible for the course meet the program board of the program who gives the course, discussing the course’s advantages and potential for improvement. For participating in the final evaluation meeting the student representatives get a gift certificate of 200 SEK valid at Cremona.

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