Computer Networks (CSC-364 2000S)


Class 01: Introduction to the Course

On to Requirements and Network Architecture.

Held Monday, January 24, 2000

Overview

Today, we begin our study of networks by considering some basic issues: what computer networks are, why we have computer networks, and what criteria we use in designing and building computer networks. We also begin the course by considering the normal range of administrative issues.

Notes

Contents

Summary


Defining Computer Networks

Why Build Computer Networks?

Aspects of Network Design

Goals for Network Design

Building a Computer Network

Administrative Issues


History

Thursday, 20 January 2000

On to Requirements and Network Architecture.


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