ECE 416 – LAB,LEC,TST,TUT 0.50 – Course ID: 013432 – Higher Level Network Protocols

This course introduces higher level network protocols to build advanced services and applications. The focus is on the concepts, the protocols, and the fundamental design principles that have contributed to the successful development of an array of novel applications, including web-based, real-time, multimedia, and wireless. Topics include: advanced features of the networking layer (efficient address look-up algorithms, Internet Control Message Protocol, Internet Group Management Protocol), network management protocols (SNMP), routing and transport support for next generation networks (MPLS, Mobile IP, IPv6, and STCP, mobility support in the transport layer), electronic mail protocols (SMTP, POP, IMAP), protocols for multimedia applications (SIP, RTP, RTCP), web services (HTTP), and protocols for emerging applications (ad hoc, sensor, peer-to-peer, and vehicular). [Note: Offered W, first offered Winter 2014] Prereq: ECE 358, 418; Level at least 4A Computer Engineering or Electrical Engineering or Software Engineering. Antireq: CS 456




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