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CI622 - Networking/Data Communication
Fall 1997

This course provides an orientation to the basic vocabulary and concepts of data communications. Emphasis is on the integration of principles of modern data communications systems, analysis and design for computer networks, and tradeoffs between hardware and software. The course presents the role of telecommunications in systems design for networking and distributed processing ranging from local area networks to international networks. Students examine the functions performed by network managers, recognize the issues involved in the interconnection of microcomputer networks with each other and with wide area networks, and the use of the major network utilities to configure, manage and operate networks such as Novell.
Prerequisite -- CI555.
3 Credits

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