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Welcome to the iLab 2018ws!
In the iLab you learn to build networks equipped with all the important network protocols making up the Internet of today. When you finish the course, you will be able to build up a working Internet with all required technologies on your own!
The theoretical contents of the networking lectures are explored in practical exercises. You will
set up all these services (and more) by yourself and learn how they work in detail:
In a team of two, you have 6 Xeon GNU/Linux machines and 2 Cisco routers to set up the network topologies and work on the tasks. We offer a lecture as well as preparatory materials with quizzes.
The course is in English, which means you can practice your English skills. If you don't know it already, you will also become familiar with GNU/Linux, which is used extensively in the exercises.
The registration process for lab courses is done using the central matching process for lab courses. Only apply if you will definitely participate in case you are selected in the matching: The matching result is binding.
If you were not selected during matching, you can come to the first meeting (2018-10-17 1700, check TUMonline) and see if a space opened up.
In the first meeting the teams will be formed, thus you have to physically attend this meeting.
The lab room where you work.
Who is the expected audience?
The intended audience of this course is everyone who wants to understand how computer networks
What is the workflow?
The course consists of ten exercises.
The practical exercises are performed in teams of two students.
An exercise consists of three parts:
The course is held entirely in English. You are expected to answer the questions in English as well. This is a good opportunity to exercise and improve your language skills!
In contrast to many other practical exercises the course is entirely based on a web system. You will have access to this web
system from anywhere on the Internet.
To which modules does this course belong?
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