TELE 5360: Internet Protocols and Architecture
Lecture - 4 credits
- Offers in-depth treatment of protocols used in the internet, wireless access, and enterprise networks.
- Topics include protocols for network layer QoS (including DiffServ, ECN, RSVP, MPLS); protocols for security, including both access control and network-level security (e.g., X.509, SSL/TLS, IPsec, IKE, EAP); protocols for interdomain routing (BGP); protocols to support multicast, broadcast, and streaming applications; protocols to support host mobility, large server deployments, content distribution, and enterprise networks (VLANs, etc); and protocols to support IPv6 (e.g., address assignment) and its interoperability with IPv4.
- Also covers network design architectures for cloud computing, data centers, content distribution, layer-2 networks, etc.
- Discusses general scaling issues for large networks.
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