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Introduction: Layered Network Architecture; ISO-OSI Model, comparison of OSI and TCP/IP models.
Data Link Protocols: Stop and Wait protocols: Noise free and Noisy Channels, Performance and Efficiency; Sliding Window protocols: Go Back and Selective Repeat ARQs, performance and Efficiency; Verification of Protocols using Finite State Machine; HDLC Data Link Protocol; Integrated Services Digital network; Interfaces, Devices; Channel Structure; Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM); ATM Cells, Header and Cell Formats, Layers in ATM, Class 1,2,3,4 Traffic.
Local Area Networks (LANs): IEEE 802.3, 802.4 and 802.5 Protocols; performance of Ethernet and Token ring Protocols; FDDI protocol; Distributed Queue Dual Bus (DQDB) protocol.
Network Layer protocols: Design Issues: Virtual Circuits and Datagrams; Routing Algorithms; Optimality principle, Shortest path routing – Dijkstra, Bellman-Ford and Floyd-Warshall Algorithms, Flooding and Broadcasting, Distance Vector Routing, Link Stat Routing, Flow Based Routing, Multicasting Routing; Flow and Congestion Control; General Principles, Window Flow Control, Packet Discarding, Isarithmic Control, Traffic Shaping, Choke packets, RSVP; Dead Locks and their Avoidance; Network Layer in ATM; Interworking: Bridges, Routers and Gateways; Internet Architecture and Addressing.
Unit III Transport Layer Protocols: Design Issues: Quality of Services, Primitives; Connection Management: Addressing, Connection Establishment and Releases, Use of Timers, Flow Control and Bufferings, Multiplexing, Crash Recovery; Elements of TCP/IP Protocol: User Datagram protocol (UDP/TCP Layering, Segment Format, Checks Sum, Timeout, Connection Management, Finite State Machine.
Session Layer protocol: Dialog Management; Synchronization; OSI Session primitives; Connection Establishment.
Unit IV Presentation and Application Layer protocols: Presentation Concepts; SNMP-abstract Syntax notation.1 (ASN. 1), Structure of Management, Management Information Base; Cryptography: substitution and Transposition Ciphers; Data Encryption Standards (DES), DES Chaining, Breaking DAS, Public Key Cryptography, Authentication Protocols; Electronic Mail; World Wide Web.
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