This subject is about the TCP/IP protocol suite and how it is used on the internet. It begins with a short history of the internet, the organisations that develop internet standards, and a review of the underlying communications technologies needed for the internet. Detailed examinations of IP addressing, IP routing, as well as the internet layers and protocols are then facilitated. Finally internet applications, IPv6, and the future of TCP/IP are discussed.
School of Computing and Mathematics
Only available to postgraduate students. Not available to students who have completed (ITC511 and ITC512) or ITC342 or (ITC591 and ITC592)
Familiarity with networking concepts at the level of ITC431 or ITC560
ITC511 ITC542 covers similar contents as of ITC511 and ITC512
ITC512 ITC542 covers similar contents as of ITC511 and ITC512
ITC342, ITC511, ITC512, ITC591, ITC592
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