ntc406 | undergraduate
Telecommunications And Networking II
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Networking Trends and Emerging Technologies
- Analyze the industry impact of Cloud Computing, Network Function Virtualization, 5G Wireless, and Big Data.
- Compare and contrast concepts of Internet of Things and software-defined networking.
- Examine other emerging technologies.
TCP/IP and WAN Access Technologies
- Apply basic concepts of TCP/IP (Internet).
- Examine OSI 7 layer reference model.
- Investigate traditional internet applications and WAN access technologies.
TCP/IP Network Layer
- Distinguish internet architecture and the addressing scheme.
- Recognize internet routing and support protocols.
- Explain internet datagram forwarding.
TCP/IP Transport and Quality of Service
- Recognize quality of service and network performance.
- Compare and contrast UDP as a best-effort transport service, TCP as a reliable transport service, and RTP as a real-time transport service.
Network Management and Network Security
- Analyze aspects of network management.
- Examine network security concepts and applications.
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