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CIS 262 - MS OS Infrastructure and Advanced Cisco

5 Credits
An advanced course in terminology, concepts and applications of networking as an essential element of computer information systems. Students gain advanced skills in the use of data communication equipment and media, routing, interconnectivity and network utilities through hands-on experience. This is the third course in a sequence of networking courses required to complete the LAN and Network Skills certificates and Network Specialist AAS degree program.

Pre-requisite(s) CIS 161 min 2.0
Fees CF

Designed to Serve The Network Specialist major who wishes to extend his/her internetworking skills. Also for the professional interested in maintaining or expanding his/her technical/networking background and skills.
Active Date 2014-05-29

Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 24
Contact Hours: Lecture 44 Lab 22 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 66
Degree Distributions:
Course Outline
1. Network Operating Systems in the Enterprise Environment Intranet and Internet; use of each in the business environment Network growth as business grows Windows Server environment Scalability Portability Approachability 2. Planning a Windows Enterprise Network Server roles domains, domain models trust relationships; multiple domains directory services logon SID pass-through authentication 3. Network and Transport Protocols Transport protocols; routable TCP/IP addressing Subnetting Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) IP over LANs and WANs Using DNS Internetworking with routers IP routing protocols Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) User Datagram Protocol (UDP) 4. Data Services Fast Packet Fundamentals Circuit vs Packet Switching Virtual Circuits Frame Relay 5. Core and Optional Services RAS Access RAS/DUN Secure Connections PPTP Virtual Private Networks Network achitecture Pricing Options and Trends Feature choices Alternative Access technologies 6. Hardware data protection Volume sets Stripe sets RAID 0,1,5 Backup files; server 7. Remote administration Client administration Clients in an NT Domain; multiple domains Client, Server, Gateway services for NetWare Administration tools 8. Management of user, group, computer accounts User policies Auditing User profiles System policies Printing; rights, permissions Printer management 9. Network Security Problem Definition Tools to protect the Enterprise Network Screening Routers Firewalls Encryption Authentication Certification Security Systems Applied 10. Interoperability Services for NetWare; GSNW; Linux File and Print services for NetWare; FPNW Directory Services Multi-protocol routing 11. Troubleshooting Document settings Boot failures Printer problems RAS connectivity Fault tolerance failures Access problems Diagnostics 12. Trends in Access Technology Switched Access Technology Dedicated Wire line Technology Mobile Wireless Technology Fixed Wireless Technology 13. Electronic Commerce Business Models Internet as a Customer Service System Internet as an Advertising Medium Intranets Extranets

Student Learning Outcomes
Describe the use of intranets and the Internet in the business environment.

Outline the ways that NOS will grow with a company.

Identify the roles that a server can have in an Enterprise network.

Illustrate a two-way trust relationship between domains. Explain its value to each domain.

Distinguish between local login and domain login by describing authentication and pass-through authentication.

Explain the use of TCP/IP on networks.

Explain subnetting a network address. List the subnets, first and last hosts, and broadcast addresses.

Compare IPv4 to IPv6.

Compare and contrast TCP and UDP.

Indicate which protocols are routable and use them on a network

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