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Learning Outcomes

Develop an understanding of network addressing, and how networks can be subnetted.

Understand the fundamentals of network programming, and identify the key elements of client/server and peer-to-peer programming.

Background

Lecture: Unit 6 (Network/IP) [SWF]
Lecture: Unit 7 (Transport/TCP) [SWF]
Notes: Unit 6 (Network/IP)
Notes: Unit 7 (Transport/TCP)

And the challenges:

Challenge: Network Configuration
Paper: IP - The Future?

Tutorials

IP/Subnetting (Intro) [SWF]
IP
TCP

Activities

Network addresses. [EXE]
IP classification.[EXE]
Binary-to-dotted notation. [EXE]
IP allocation. [EXE]
Subnet masks. [EXE]
Subnet mask (255 subnet mask). [EXE]
Subnet mask (240 subnet mask). [EXE]
Number of subnets and hosts (for a given subnet mask). [EXE]
Defining a subnet mask (for a required number of subnets). [EXE]
Defining a subnet mask (for a required number of hosts). [EXE]
TCP ports.

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