Arquitectura e Protocolos de Redes de Computadores
Description of the course
This is a second course on computer networks, for advanced under-graduated or graduated students, allowing them to gain a deeper comprehension of this subject. It assumes that the student was already exposed to an introduction to networking with practice on network programming interfaces. During the second half of the course, students are introduced to some emergent topics like SDN and data centre networking.
Please, feel free to request an appointment by email or any ther means.
Phone: +351 21 294 8500 Ext. 10725 / Building II, Office 2/7
Email: jose.legatheaux at this faculty dot unl.pt
Paulo Afonso Lopes
Phone: +351 21 294 8500 Ext. 10755 / Building II, Office 243
Email: poral at this faculty dot unl.pt
(1st half part - till mid/end April):
Flooding, Spanning tress, VLANs
Shortest-path routing and link state protocols
Networks principles, models and tools
Congestion control at the edge and at the network level
Quality of service
Tunnels utilization and a short introduction to MPLS
(2nd half part – from the middle/end of April up to the end).
Topics in data centre environments
Application requirements and traffic patterns
Physical structure of the network, machine virtualization and migration
Software Defined Networking (SDN) & network management
Traffic engineering for intra- and inter-data centres networks
TCP for data centre environments
(b) Larry L. Peterson and Bruce S. Davie, "Computer Networks – A Systems Approach" – 5 th Edition, Morgan & Kaufman, 2011 - Available from the editor
(c) Ivan Marsic, “Computer Networks – Performance and Quality of Service,“ Rutgers University, 2013, can be found here http://eceweb1.rutgers.edu/~marsic/books/CN/book-CN_marsic.pdf
(d) Hamed Haddadi and Olivier Bonaventure (editors), “Recent Advances in Networking”, Volume 1, ACM SIGCOMM eBook, August 2013 can be found here sigcomm.org/education/ebook/SIGCOMMeBook2013v1.pdf.