Course schedule and corresponding lecture notes
Course Moodle site
Port assignment is in a Linux file at ~cs363/Spring16/student/port-assignment.txt.
- Lab 01: HTTP Protocol and C Programming Tools of GDB and Valgrind, Due: Tuesday, 02/02/2016 on Gitlab.
- Lab 02: TCP Socket Programming and Concurrent Servers, Due: Tuesday, 02/09/2016
- Lab 03: Setting Up Virtual Machines, Practicing With Wireshark, Due: Tuesday, 02/16/2016
- Lab 04: Passing Structured Data Through Network, Computing UDP Checksum, Due: Tuesday, 02/23/2016
- Lab 05: Super-Servers and the utmp Database, Due: Tuesday, 03/08/2016
- Lab 06: Linux Remote Services, Due: Tuesday, 03/22/2016
- Lab 07: Experiment with ICMP, Due: Tuesday, 03/29/2016
- Lab 08: Working with CRC, Due: Tuesday, 04/05/2016
- Lab 09: Process Captured Ethernet Packet Traces, Due: Tuesday,
- Lab 10: Build a Packet Analyzer for IP Traffic, Due: Tuesday, 04/26/2016
- Lab 11: Experiment with RSA, Due: Monday, 05/02/2016
Project One (team project): Search Engine -- A Client Server Program Pair
Project Two (individual project): Choose Your Own Project!:
- Proposal due: Friday, April 8th, 2016
- Project Due:
TuesdayMonday, May 2nd, 2016
Directory where the code examples reside. You may also access the files from Linux system at
Code examples from Unix Network Programming by Stevens are in the directory of
~cs363/unpv13e/on the Linux file system.
- Students will be able to function effectively in a project team (ABET d)
- Students will be able to design, test, and implement a complete computing system in software (ABET c, e)
- Students will be able to conduct laboratory experiements to validate hypotheses and interpret data (ABET a, b)
Related ABET Student Outcomes
(a) An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering
(b) An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution
(c) An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs
(d) An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal
(e) An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems
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Students are expected to read and abide by the principles clearly explained in the Student Handbook. Under no circumstance, should any student submit work that is not of his or her authorship. If a deadline is tight, or impossible, before getting desperate, talk to your instructor. It is better to be late than dishonest. Remember that your instructor's main goal is to give you the best opportunities to learn.
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In addition to reading and understanding the university documents above, you are urged pay careful attention to the policy extensions applicable to courses in the Department of Computer Science.
Your instructor will make every effort to explain in detail the collaboration policy for each specific assignment. Before you start your work, make sure to read and understand this policy. Should any questions arise, contact your instructor immediately to have them clarified.
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