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ECTS Credits : 2

Duration : 21 hours

Semester : S7

¨Person(s) in charge :

Laurent CIARLETTA, Associate Professor,

Keywords :  IP networking, protocols

Prerequisites : Notions of programming, operating systems.

Objective : Acquire a general understanding of the global functioning and underlying protocols of an IP network, in order to be able to assess its inherent limits and performances, thus being able to use it in a higher level application context.


Program and Contents:

This course covers a theoretical study of the TCP/IP stack. Practical sessions concentrate on
network configuration for routing, client-server application programming and deployment
of TCP/IP services.
Main Themes
• Networks: introduction, types of networks, protocol, layered stack
• TCP/IP: protocol family (Ethernet, ARP, IP, ICMP, TCP, UDP), multi-casting, routing
• Client/Server programming
• Network services: DNS, HTTP, SMTP, NIS, LDAP, SNMP


Abilities : 


Description and operational verbs


Fondamental concepts of networks: protocols, applications to physical layers, routage


Physical and architectural constraints of networks systems. evaluation and advisement of the quality of service (QoS), technical, scientific, economic, and social stakes


Networks configuration, from nodes to route, writing and conception of applications (customer-host, P2P, deployed), project with the course Operating Systems


Architecture and efficacity (QoS) of networks and deployed applications


Conception, realisation and evaluation of an application integrating various features.


Stakes, relevancy and risks linked to the choices of network services and technologies to fill a specific need given by a deployed solution

Evaluations :

  • Written Test
  • Continuous Control
  • Oral report
  • Project
  • Written Report
  • Aucune étiquette