CS6002 NETWORK ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT SYLLABUS FOR 6TH SEM CSE REGULATION 2013 - Anna University Internal marks 2018

CS6002 NETWORK ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT SYLLABUS FOR 6TH SEM CSE REGULATION 2013

 ANNA UNIVERSITY CSE SYLLABUS
 CS6002 NETWORK ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT SYLLABUS
6TH SEM CSE SYLLABUS
ELECTIVE PAPER
REGULATION 2013
CS6001 C# AND .NET PROGRAMMING SYLLABUS
CS6002 NETWORK ANALYSIS AND MANAGEMENT SYLLABUS
OBJECTIVES:
The student should be made to:
  • Learn network devices functions and configurations hub, switch, tap and routers. Be familiar with network Security Devices.
  • Be exposed to network services.
  • Understand and analyze application performance
  • Learn to analyze network traffic and protocols
  • Be aware of network-troubleshooting concepts.
  • Understand network security concepts.
UNIT I A SYSTEM APPROACH TO NETWORK DESIGN AND REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS
Introduction-Network Service and Service based networks- Systems and services- characterizing the services. Requirement Analysis: Concepts – Background – User Requirements- Application Requirements- Host Requirements-Network Requirements – Requirement Analysis: Guidelines – Requirements gathering and listing- Developing service metrics to measure performance – Characterizing behavior- developing performance threshold – Distinguish between service performance levels. 
Requirement Analysis: Practice –Template, table and maps –simplifying the requirement analysis process –case study.

UNIT II FLOW ANALYSIS: CONCEPTS, GUIDELINES AND PRACTICE
Background- Flows- Data sources and sinks- Flow models- Flow boundaries- Flow distributions- Flow specifications- Applying the flow model-Establishing flow boundaries-Applying flow distributions- Combining flow models, boundaries and distributions- Developing flow specifications-prioritizing flowsimplifying flow analysis process –examples of applying flow specs- case study.

UNIT III LOGICAL DESIGN: CHOICES, INTERCONNECTION MECHANISMS, NETWORK MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY
Background- Establishing design goals- Developing criteria for technology evolution- Making technology choices for design-case study- Shared Medium- Switching and Routing: Comparison and contrast- Switching- Routing-Hybrid Routing/Switching Mechanisms – Applying Interconnection Mechanism to Design – Integrating Network management and security into the Design- Defining Network Management- Designing with manageable resources- Network Management Architecture- Security- Security mechanism- Examples- Network Management and security plans- Case study.

UNIT IV NETWORK DESIGN: PHYSICAL, ADDRESSING AND ROUTING
Introduction- Evaluating cable plant design options – Network equipment placement- diagramming the physical design- diagramming the worksheet –case study. Introduction to Addressing and routingestablishing routing flow in the design environments- manipulating routing flows- developing addressing strategies- developing a routing strategy- case study.

UNIT V NETWORK MANAGEMENT AND SNMP PROTOCOL MODEL
Network and System management, Network management system platform; Current SNMP Broadband and TMN management, Network management standards. SNMPV1, SNMPV2 system architecture, SNMPV2, structure of management information. SNMPV2 – MIB – SNMPV2 protocol, SNMPV3-Architecture, Application, MIB, security user based security model, access control RMON.

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

OUTCOMES:

At the end of this course the students should be able to:
  • Explain the key concepts and algorithms in complex network analysis.
  • Apply a range of techniques for characterizing network structure.
  • Discuss methodologies for analyzing networks of different fields.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of recent research in the area and exhibit technical writingand presentation skills.
TEXT BOOKS:
1. James.D.McCabe, “Practical Computer Network Analysis and Design”, 1st Edition, Morgan Kaufaman, 1997.
2. Mani Subramanian, “Network Management – Principles & Practice” – 2nd Edition Prentice Hall, 2012.

REFERENCES:
1. J.Radz,”Fundamentals of Computer Network Analysis and Engineering: Basic Approaches for Solving Problems in the Networked Computing Environment”, Universe, 2005.
2. Mark Newman, “Networks: An Introduction”,Kindle Edition,2010.
3. Laura Chappel and Gerald Combs ,“Wireshark 101: Essential Skills for Network Analysis”,Kindle Edition,2013.
4. William Stallings., “SNMP, SNMP2, SNMP3 and RMON1 and 2”, Pearson Education, 2004.
5. Daw Sudira, “Network Management”, Sonali Publications, 2004.

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