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Routerlab (Lab course, SoSe 2013)

The Internet has grown to become one of the world's most remarkable engineering phenomena. The scope of the achievement is in the richness of its basic services and in the diversity of applications it offers. In this lab course we will set up IP networks. For this purpose, we will learn how to configure network devices such as switches and routers of the leading manufacturers Cisco and Juniper.

Topics of this course are routing protocols, IP multicast, packet forwarding, configuration of packet filters, traffic shaping (QoS), VPNs, PPP, AAA and monitoring and management of the network components. By configuring selected protocols, mechanisms and management functions on real router hardware, students are supposed to gain a better understanding of the Internet in general.

News

  • Preparatory Meeting: 11 April 2013, 4 p.m., TEL 1118/19
  • Since we accidentally had a link to the last term of this course, we will also offer a short introduction on the 12th of April 2013, 4 p.m. Auditorium 1 (TEL building 20th floor) . Nevertheless please attend the meeting on the 11th of April if possible.

Note

FAQ and further information on organization will be available via ISIS.

Overview

Informationen
Lecturers:
Anja Feldmann
Contact persons:
Carlo FürstDan LevinMarco Canini, Enric Pujol, Philipp Schmidt
All tutors:
Type:
Lab course (Praktikum)
Area:
Diplom Informatik: Operating and Communication Systems / Betriebs- und Kommunikationssysteme (BKS)
Master of Computer Science: Communication-Based Systems (Master Informatik: Kommunikations­basierte Systeme)
Master of Computer Engineering
: Technical Applications (Master Technische Informatik: Technische Anwendungen)
Bachelor of Computer Science
: Communication Technology (Bachelor Informatik: Kommunikations­technik)
Bachelor of Computer Engineering
: Computer Engineering (Bachelor Technische Informatik: Technische Informatik)
Module:
MINF-KT-NA/RL.S13
Exam & module registration:
via exam office (Prüfungsamt)
SWS:
6
LP:
9
Central tutorial:
Thursday, 4–6 p.m., MA 043
Debriefing:
tba
Preparatory Meeting:
11. April 2013
Course ID (Veranstaltungsnr.):
0432 L 832
Audience:
Bachelor students after their basic studies (from the fifth semester on), master students, and Diplom students
Prerequesites:
see below
further information:
see ISIS

Prerequesites

Obligatory: The lectures

  • Network Protocols and Architectures (Feldmann),
  • TechGI 4 (Wolisz)

or equivalent knowledge.


There will be a non-graded test during the preparatory meeting.

The number of participants is limited.


To participate in the Routerlab labcourse, you need basic knowledge in the following fields (We have also listed some simple example questions that you should be able to answer quickly, without looking things up):

  • IP addresses / subnetting

    • "What IP addresses lie in subnet 130.149.220.128/27?"

  • Basic Networking hardware

    • "What's the difference between a router and a switch?"
    • "What's an interface?"

  • UNIX command line handling

    • "ssh into loadgenX"
    • "ping hostX"
    • "traceroute hostY"

  • Internet Routing protocols

    • "What's the difference between a link-state and a distance-vector protocol?"
    • "Which is OSPF?"
    • "How does longest-prefix-matching work?"
    • "What's an AS?

Organization

Registration

If you want to participate in this course, please, register on the ISIS page to receive important information and announcements.

Bachelor and master students also have to register for the module. Further information will be given during the lab course or via ISIS.

Work sheets

Work sheets can be downloaded from ISIS.

References

General Literature

  • James F. Kurose und Keith W. Ross. Computernetze: Ein Top-Down-Ansatz mit Schwerpunkt Internet. Pearson Studium (Prentice Hall), München, Deutschland, 2002. (deutsch)
  • Andrew S. Tanenbaum. Computer Networks. Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference, Upper Saddle River, NJ, USA, fourth edition, 2003. (english)

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Auxiliary Functions

Routerlab
0432 L 832
Practical Course

Lecturer: Anja Feldmann, Marco Canini

Period:
11.04.2013 to 11.07.2013

Th 16:00 - 18:00 o'clock

Location: TEL 1118/19

Website
ISIS

Complete domains

...of e-mail addresses
@inet =
@inet.tu-berlin.de
@tub = @tu-berlin.de