Network Applications and Network Administration
|Language of Instruction:||Czech|
|Guarantor:||Švéda Miroslav, prof. Ing., CSc. (DIFS)|
|Lecturer:||Matoušek Petr, Ing., Ph.D., M.A. (DIFS)|
|Instructor:||Čejka Rudolf, Ing. (CC)|
Matoušek Petr, Ing., Ph.D., M.A. (DIFS)
Očenášek Pavel, Mgr. Ing., Ph.D. (DIFS)
Ryšavý Ondřej, doc. Ing., Ph.D. (DIFS)
Trchalík Roman, Mgr., Ph.D. (DIFS)
|Faculty:||Faculty of Information Technology BUT|
|Department:||Department of Information Systems FIT BUT|
| || ||The goal of this course is to inform about network services and
relevant protocols and to learn students how to administrate
network applications and computer networks. Practical part of the
course deals with TCP/IP network programming using BSD sockets and laboratory assignments.|
| || ||TCP/IP network programming. Addresses, address translation,
configuration of DNS, DHCP and NAT. Mail services - email, news,
administration of mail services. File services, directory services.
Print services. LAN and WAN fundamentals. Network configuration and
management. Traffic monitoring, network administration. Network
security, secure application. Voice over IP, IP telephony. New trends in
computer networking. Protocol IPv6 - theory and practice.|
|Knowledge and skills required for the course:|
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- Basics of operating systems Unix and Windows.
- C programming.
- Reading and understanding texts written in technical English.
- Computer network architecture (ISO/OSI, TCP/IP).
- Overview of link layer protocols and network layer protocols.
- Addressing - types of addresses, classes of IP addresses, broadcast, netmask, CIDR etc.
|Learning outcomes and competencies:|
| || ||Students are able to configurate network connection. They have an
overview of basic network services adn are able to administrate DNS,
DHCP, mail services etc. They can program network applications using
BSD sockets. They can read standards and use them to program
application. They know standard tools for network administration and
are able to use them.|
|Syllabus of lectures:|
- Introduction. Overview of TCP/IP and OSI. Addressing.
- TCP/IP programming - formal description, multicast, non-blocking sockets.
- Addressing and DNS. Address types. Architecture of DNS. DNS records. Security of DNS. DHCP.
- Mail services - architecture of email system, security. Mailing lists, netnews.
- Directory services - model X.500. LDAP architecture. Using directories for authentication.
- Voice services - VoIP technology, IP telephony.
- Network filesystem NFS - architecture, RPC, configuration. Data transfer using FTP and TFTP. Samba. Printing services - LPD.
- Design of LAN and WAN networks. Network devices. WAN technologies. Routing.
- Network management - ISO model, protocol ICMP. SNMP architecture. Tools.
- Network communication security. Threats. Keys and certificates. Firewalls. SSL and IPSec.
- Networking in practice - an invited talk.
- IPv6 protocol - format, addressing, routing. ICMPv6. DHCPv6.
- Modern trends in computer networking. Summary.
|Syllabus of laboratory exercises:|
- Addressing - configuring DHCP, DNS and NAT.
- Secure Networking - SSH, stunnel, PGP. Building VPN. Testing secure connection.
- Routing - router configuration. WAN networking. Connection testing.
|Syllabus - others, projects and individual work of students:|
| ||Implementation of an application based on client/server architecture.
- C.Hunt: TCP/IP Network Administration. O'Reilly Press, 2002.
- J.F.Kurose, K.W.Ross: Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet, Adison-Wesley, 2003.
- W.R.Stevens, B.Fenner, A.M.Rudoff: UNIX Network Programming. The Sockets Network API, Addison-Wesley, 2004.
- A.S.Tanenbaum: Computer Networks, Forth Edition, Prentice Hall, 2003.
- F.Halsall: Computer Networking and the Internet, Fifth Edition, Addison Wesley, 2005.
- Standardy IETF RFC.
| || ||Projects realization, continuous tests.|
| || ||Project submission (17 point), lab assignments and tests (9+9 points).|
| || ||Duty credit consists of getting at least 20 points of projects and seminary work.|