Network Diagnostics and Design


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NDD430 - Network Diagnostics and Design


OPS335 or OPS435, DCN386, EAC397, WIN310

This course draws the student's attention to the issues and considerations related to the inter-connectivity of various operating system platforms. Students learn to identify, isolate and subsequently overcome various installation and maintenance-related obstacles. It is expected that students will be proficient in setting up, maintaining and diagnosing an interconnected multi-server environment by course end. This course also introduces networking design topics, including developing a scalable and redundant network design. Students learn how to design a network by addressing client's needs, such as cost, security, bandwidth issues and reliability. Over 30% of this course is devoted to group project work, designed to allow the students to apply the knowledge they have acquired in all the courses in the previous semesters.

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