INF 292 - Internetworking II

This course will continue to explore the fundamental internetworking concepts associated with routing and switching. Students will study key characteristics associated with Local Area Networks and the role the switches and routers play. Students will have the opportunity to learn about advanced switching concepts as well as apply them through hands-on laboratory projects. Students will also explore some static and dynamic routing, traffic filtering through access control lists, as well as advanced network service such as DHCP, DNS, and Network Address Translation . This is the second of two courses that are aligned with the objectives of Cisco's CCENT certificate exam. This course is part of a 12-hour certificate in Internetworking offered by the Department of Informatics and is the prerequisite for INF 393 Internetworking III.

Credit hours: 3

Eligibility: Has completed or currently enrolled in INF291
Last updated: 05/23/2022