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The   Introduction to Computer Networking course is an entry-level course where you do not need any prior knowledge about computer science or art of programming. Throughout the course, you will be introduced to the intellectual enterprises of computer science along with the programming basics.

The topics related to computer science include abstraction, algorithms, data structures, encapsulation, resource management, security, software engineering, and web development.

On the other hand, programming section includes the fundamental concepts of the major programming languages such as C, Python, SQL, and JavaScript plus CSS and HTML.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer need to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

Certification

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Course Credit: Stanford University

Course Curriculum

CS144 Fall 2013 Video 1-0: The Internet and IP Introduction 00:02:00
CS144 Fall 2013 Video 1-1: A day in the life of an application 00:12:00
CS144 Fall 2013 Video 1-2: The four layer Internet model 00:13:00
CS144 Fall 2013 Video 1-3: The IP service model 00:18:00
CS 144 Video 1-4: A Day in the Life of a Packet 00:12:00
CS144 Fall 2013 Video 1-5: Packet switching principle 00:08:00
CS144 Fall 2013 Video 1-6: Layering principle 00:10:00
CS144 Fall 2013 Video 1-7: Encapslation principle 00:08:00
CS144, Fall 2013, Video 1-8a: byte order 00:02:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 2-5: Error detection 00:15:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 2-6a: Finite state machines 1 00:08:00
Stop and wait 00:08:00
CS144 Fall 2013 Video 1-12: The Internet and IP Recap 00:04:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 2-0: Transport (intro) 00:02:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 2-1: TCP service model 00:16:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 2-2: UDP service model 00:07:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 2-3: ICMP service model 00:14:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 2-4: End to End Principle 00:11:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 1-9a: IPv4 addresses 00:03:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 1-10a: Longest prefix match (LPM) 00:03:00
CS144 Fall 2013 Video 1-11: Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) 00:10:00
Sliding window 00:19:00
Reliable comm. — Retransmission strategies 00:10:00
Reliable comm — TCP header 00:08:00
Reliable comm — Connection setup and teardown 00:20:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 2-12: Transport (recap) 00:05:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 3-0: Packet Switching 00:03:00
CS144 Fall 2013 Video: 3-1 The History of Networks; The History of the Internet 00:13:00
Packet Switching – Principles: What is packet switching? 00:16:00
Packet Switching – Principles: Terminology, End to End Delay and Queueing delay 00:21:00
Packet Switching – Principles: Playback buffers 00:15:00
Packet Switching – Principles: Simple Deterministic Queue Model (revised) 00:18:00
Packet Switching – Principles: Queueing Model Properties 00:18:00
Packet Switching – Practice: Switching and Forwarding (1) 00:17:00
Packet Switching – Practice: Switching and Forwarding (2) 00:12:00
Packet Switching – Principles: Rate guarantees 00:20:00
Packet Switching – Principles: Delay Guarantees (revised) 00:23:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 3-11: Packet Switching (recap) 00:09:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 4-0: Congestion Control 00:03:00
Congestion Control – Basics 00:19:00
Congestion Control – Basics 2 00:19:00
Congestion Control – Dynamics of a single AIMD flow 00:16:00
4-4 AIMD Multiple Flows 00:13:00
Congestion Control – TCP Tahoe 00:22:00
Congestion Control – RTT Estimation and Self-Clocking 00:12:00
Congestion Control – TCP Reno and New Reno 00:15:00
Congestion Control – AIMD 00:07:00
Skills — Reading and RFC 00:13:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 4-11: Congestion Control 00:07:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 5-0: Applications and NATs 00:03:00
NATs – Introduction 00:12:00
NATs – Types 00:16:00
NATs – Implications 00:15:00
Nats – Operation 00:16:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 5-5a: HTTP 00:13:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 5-6: HTTP/1.1 Keep-alive 00:14:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 5-7: BitTorrent 00:08:00
DNS 1 00:16:00
DNS 2 00:19:00
DNS 3 00:12:00
DHCP 00:12:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 5-12: Applications and NATs (recap) 00:08:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 6-0: Routing 00:04:00
Routing – Flooding, source routing and spanning trees 00:18:00
Routing – Bellman Ford 00:17:00
Routing – Dijkstra 00:12:00
Routing – Internet (RIP, OSPF) AS’s 00:22:00
Routing – BGP 00:17:00
Routing – Multicast 00:19:00
Routing – Spanning Tree 00:15:00
IPv6 00:12:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 6-9: Routing 00:07:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 7 0: Lower Layers 00:05:00
Physical and Link Principles – Shannon Capacity and Modulation 00:25:00
Physical and Link Principles – Bit Errors 00:14:00
Physical and Link – Principles: clocks 00:26:00
Physical and Link Principles – FEC and Reed-Solomon 00:19:00
Physical and Link – Principles: MAC and CSMA/CD 00:23:00
Physical and Link – Practice: Ethernet 00:20:00
Wireless – How It’s Different 00:13:00
Wireless – Principles: MAC 00:05:00
Wireless – Principles: CSMA/CA 00:09:00
Wireless – Principles: RTS/CTS 00:07:00
Wireless – Principles: WiFi 00:10:00
Fragmentation 00:11:00
CS144 – Forward Error Correction 00:24:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 7 12: Lower Layers (recap) 00:06:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 8-0: Security 00:04:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 8-1: Introduction to Network Security 00:08:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 8-2: Layer 2 Attacks 00:06:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 8-2a: MAC Overflow Attack 00:03:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 8-2b: DHCP Attack Demo 00:06:00
8-2c: Demo: SSH Man in the Middle Attack 00:04:00
TCP Hijack 00:04:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 8-3: Layer 3 Attacks 00:10:00
Security V – Denial of Service 00:13:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 8-5: Security Principles 00:08:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 8-6a: Confidentiality 00:03:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 8-7: Integrity 00:11:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 8-8: Public Key Cryptography 00:08:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 8-9: Certificates 00:08:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 8-10a: TLS 00:07:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 8-11: Security 00:05:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 9-1: Jon Peterson Interview — SIP and Security 00:19:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 9-2: Kevin Fall 00:10:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 9-3: Tom Edsall Interview — DC Switches 00:23:00
4 Nandita Interview 00:19:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 9-5: David Ward 00:32:00
BGP: Putting the “Inter” in Internet. Professor Jennifer Rexford, Princeton 00:20:00
Sanjit Biswas, CEO of Meraki (interviewed by Nick M) 00:18:00
Reed Hundt on security and openness 00:36:00
CS144 Fall 2013, Video 9-8: Dan Boneh Interview — Security 00:15:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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