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IP Routing Protocols

TLEN 5370
CREDITS: 3

IP Routing Protocols

Fall 2014


(Classroom Only)

Kevin Epperson

FRI 4:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Classroom: TBD

Description: 

This course breaks IP routing technologies into two fundamental pieces: an in depth study of Interior and then Exterior Gateway Protocols (IGPs and EGPs). The IGPs investigation focuses on the study of early versions of Distance Vector Protocols and then the technical details of the modern Link State Protocols such as Open Shortest Path First (OSFP). The EGP investigation focuses on the current version of the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP4) and its use on the Internet. The class will be augmented with lab time and real world examples.

Outline: 

See course web site at http://morse.colorado.edu/~epperson/courses/routing-protocols/Home.html.

Prerequisites: 

TLEN 5330 Data Communications 1

Proctor: 

Not Required

Syllabus: 

Any syllabus provided above may not be the most recent version. Please refer to the course syllabus provided by the instructor of this course.