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CMPT 471 -- Computer Networking II

This is an advanced undergraduate course in networking. Detailed discussion of various network protocols and architectures will be covered, especially the TCP/IP protocol suite and the design of the Internet. The course involves multiple programming projects and measurement labs. It also includes reading articles about recent topics and trends in networking.

Course Pages

 Office Hours 

  • Instructor: Wednesday, 12:30-1:30 PM On Zoom
  • TAs: 
    • Ayush Bajirao (apb15@sfu.ca), Office hours: Wednesday, 2:00-3:00 PM On Zoom
    • Sami Ma (masamim@sfu.ca), Office hours: Tuesdays, 4:00-5:00 PM On Zoom

Textbooks

  • [KR17] Computer Networking: A Top-down Approach, Kurose and Rose, 7th edition, 2017.
  • [PD19] Computer Networks:  A Systems Approach, Peterson and Davie, 6th edition, 2019. Available Online.
  • [Du19] Computer and Internet Security:  A Hands-on Approach, Du, 2nd edition, 2019. (Recommended, Available in the SFU Library)

Grading (Tentative, minor adjustments may be done)

  • Projects & Problem Sets:  50%
  • Exams:         50%
  • Students must score at least 50% on the exams to pass the course.
Updated Mon Oct. 17 2022, 16:39 by mhefeeda.