CS 4396 - Computer Networks Lab
Spring 2017
 

Course Information: This course aims at helping students get more insight into how the Internet works and gain hands on experience in building and configuring simple IP networks and related services.

Course Timing and Place: Friday 10:00am in ECSS 2.312

Instructor Information:
   Dr. Kamil Sarac ([email protected]) 
    Office: ES 4.207 
    Phone: 972 883 2337
    Office hours: 
Fridays 9am to10am; and by appointment at other times.

  Teaching Assistant: - TBA
   

Resources:

Course Syllabus    Tentative Schedule

 

Lab Info:

The content of the course has been completely updated. Starting Spring 2014 semester, we are now using a virtualized network environment to do the labs. There are several PCs installed with the required software environment for this course. The PCs are located in ECSS 3.217. These PCs are dedicated for this class for Spring 2016 semester. Please refer to tentative schedule page for the outline of the labs that we will be doing during the semester. The lab environment can also be installed on students' personal computer systems and the labs can be completed that way.

 

Before you go to the lab

In the lab

After the lab

Rules for using the lab - these are the rules for those who plan to use the systems in lab ECSS 3.217.

What to submit with your lab report?

How is the report graded?

 

Miscellaneous: