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NEBP331 : Network and Security Protocols Lab

Description:This laboratory provides a series of hands experiments on computer networking ad network security. In this lab, students will learn how to carry basic router and switch configurations necessary for the design and deployment of basic networking and security infrastructure. The topics covered in this lab include designing and setting up subnets, configuring routing tables and running routing protocols, establishing secure communications, troubleshooting common networking and security problems.
Credit Hours.:1
Text Book: Material is provided in the lab
Coordinator: Abderrahmane Lakas
Topics Outline:
  1. Basic Cisco router configuration
  2. Subneting and subnet design
  3. Configuring static routes
  4. Ethereal network analyzer and oacket capturing for ICMP, ARP and TCP
  5. Setting up WAN using RIP and IGRP routing protocols
  6. Setting up WAN using OSPF routing protocol
  7. Network Attacks
  8. Access Lists
  9. Firewall configuration
  1. Design basic networking and security infrastructure using switches, routers and firewalls.
  2. Demonstrate hands-on knowledge in configuring and testing common networking and security equipment
  3. Set-up, deploy and secure basic networking environment using lab equipment
  4. Show ability to troubleshoot common networking problems and implement solutions
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Pre-requisiteNEBP310: Network Protocols
Co-requisite NEBP361: Network Security Protocols
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