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ITC 46000 - Enterprise Switching & Routing


This course is a study of Routing and Switching fundamentals, and how the Internet is integrated into the computing environment to enable organizations to share resources, collaborate, and meet organizational goals. The networking essentials and the creation of simple Local Area Networks (LANs) are expanded upon to incorporate the linking of these simple networks to each other and to the Internet, to create an internetwork. Routing and Switching devices such as switches and routers will be examined in great detail. Students will focus on techniques to analyze, plan, and manage an enterprise network. In support of these techniques, lab activities will include subnetting, packet-sniffing, and switch and router configuration.

Preparation for Course
P: ITC 33100 with grade of C- or better.

Cr. 3.