Introduction: Networks, architecture, applications, ISO model. Physical layer: Review of data communication, transmission and multiplexing, transmission media, error detection, recovery, interfacing, ISDN.

Topology: Introduction to topological problems, graph theory, network flow, traffic analysis, queuing theory and analysis of M/M/I systems.

Local area networks: Bus/ring/tree topology, medium access protocol, and performance.

Data link layer: Line configurations, flow control, error control, bit oriented link control, simplex and sliding window protocols, protocol performance evaluation.

Network layer: Communication networking techniques, circuit switching, message switching, packet switching, broadcast networks. Packet switching: virtual circuits and datagrams, routing, traffic control, congestion control, and error control.

Inter networking: bridge/router/gateway, connection oriented and connection-less inter networking. Services and protocols for transport layer, session layer and presentation layer. Data encryption and data compression. Application layer protocols: Architecture and access protocols.

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  1. imran khan
    January 30th, 2010 at 16:02 | #1

    iam undergaut finding courses computer networking .iam form mumbai .

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