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CISY 219 - Networking Essentials

(3,1) 3 Credits
Prerequisite(s): CISY 103 - Computer Concepts and Programming  or CISY 125 - Programming for Business Majors  or equivalent experience (requires permission of the instructor).
This course introduces the student to basic concepts and operations of computer networks. The types of networks covered are LANs, WANs, Internet, and Intranet. The methodologies covered include Ethernet, Token Ring, ATM, FDDI, SONET, and Frame Relay. The various network protocols covered include TCP/IP, SMTP, SNMP and PPP. Particular attention is paid to the OSI Model of Communications which is used throughout the course to relate all topics to interoperability and interconnection of systems in an Open Architecture. Major vendor hardware and software in Networking are reviewed. The concepts of Network Security and Network Ethics are introduced.

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