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F46 Introduction to Internet Protocol Networks


Course Information


This four-day short course/CPD module introduces you to internet protocol (IP) networks and data networks in general.

It follows a bottom up approach, starting in layer 2 with coverage of ethernet and IEEE 802.11.

You'll then go on to look at:

  • the essentials of IP protocols (IPv4 and IPv6) with a large emphasis on network routing, both intra and inter domain
  • congestion and flow control, detailing the TCP protocol and a smaller emphasis on UDP and newer congestion control protocols like RTCP and DCCP
  • quality-of-service, examining the fundamentals of queuing theory and the integrated and differentiated services architecture

analysis of upper layer functionality, namely session and application layer protocols and security

Course Code


Course Dates

20th November 2017 – 23rd November 2017

Places Available

Course Leader

Dr Miguel Rio

Course Fee

Course Description

See http://www.ucl.ac.uk/lifelearning/courses/internet-protocol-ip-networks-introduction for course details

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