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iLab: Build your own Internet (6 SWS/ 10 ECTS)
Who is the expected audience?
The intended audience of this course is everyone who wants to understand how computer networks
What is the content?
The theoretical contents of the lecture "Grundlagen: Rechnernetze und Verteilte Systeme" are
getting explored in ten practical exercises.
How 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.
In contrast to many other practical exercises the course is entirely based on a web system.
To which modules does this course belong?
For Master students we additionally offer the iLab2. If you already know how
the Internet works and you want to learn about selected networking concepts more in depth,
iLab2 is the right course for you. If you are not familiar with configuring services
like DNS, VPN, Firewalls etc. iLab1 is the right course for you. In this course selected advanced
topics of networks are covered.
When does the course start?
The information event will be announced beforehand. If you're interested in participating, we strongly recommend you stop by!
The kickoff will usually be towards the end of the semester. Please have a look at TUMOnline for further information.
In the kickoff meeting the teams will be formed and the time slots will be allocated, thus you have to attend this meeting.
How can I apply?
Come to the information event (see above). Although presence there is not a prerequisite for participation in the course, you'll get important information about the further process.
The course registration is done via the central matching system. You can find it here: https://www.in.tum.de/en/in/current-students/modules-and-courses/practical-courses-and-seminar-courses/. Foreign exchange students without matriculation/enrollment number need to follow the application procedure arranged for them.
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