Computer Science 140
Networks


Course Description:
Communication basics. Network technologies including packet switching, framing, local and wide area technologies, network addressing, repeaters, bridges, hubs, switches, topologies, next-hop forwarding, shortest path computation, delay and throughput, and protocol layers. Internetworking including IP, TCP, UDP, datagrams, routers, and protocol ports. Network applications including client-server paradigm, domain name system, file transfer, remote login, and email transfer. Web technologies and protocols including HTTP, CGI, and Java. Prerequisite: CS 45 or consent of instructor. (Offered alternate years.)
Professor:



Kim P. Kihlstrom
kimkihls@westmont.edu
http://homepage.westmont.edu/kimkihls/
Office: Math and Computer Science Building
Phone: 805-565-6864

Spring 2006 Textbook:  
(Future Textbook to be Determined)

Comer, Computer Networks and Internets, 4th ed.

Spring 2006 Course Syllabus

Course Materials at Eureka (requires enrollment)


Students Students
2002 Laboratory Session 2007 Research students in Lab
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