- Find Information
- Research Guides
- CS 3873: Computer Networks (Boppana)
CS 3873: Computer Networks (Boppana)
class page for CD 3873
CS 3873: Computer Networks
CS 3873. Computer Networks. (3-0) 3 Credit Hours.
Prerequisites: CS 3424 and CS 3443. Network architecture, TCP/IP protocol suite, routing, data-link layer protocols, medium access control protocols, error detection and recovery, local area networks, wireless and mobile networks. (Formerly CS 4873. Credit cannot be earned for both CS 3873 and CS 4873.) Generally offered: Spring. Differential Tuition: $150. Course Fee: IUCS $45.
Textbook: "Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach" by James Kurose & Keith Ross
- Students can request items on reserve at the front desk and the check out time is usually 2 hours.
- Students can use the "Get It For Me" service to request three chapters of the 8th edition of this textbooks.
- The Table of Contents for the 8th edition can be found on this link.
- Computer Networking by James F. Kurose; Keith W. RossISBN: 9780136681557Publication Date: 2020-01-01"Welcome to the eighth edition of Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach. Since the publication of the first edition 16 years ago, our book has been adopted for use at many hundreds of colleges and universities, translated into 14 languages, and used by over one hundred thousand students and practitioners worldwide. We ve heard from many of these readers and have been overwhelmed by the positive response"--
- The RFC Series [Online]The RFC series - contains technical and organizational documents about the Internet, including the specifications and policy documents produced by four streams: the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF), the Internet Architecture Board (IAB), and Independent Submissions.
- Wireshark [Online]Wireshark is a network packet analyzer. A network packet analyzer presents captured packet data in as much detail as possible. You could think of a network packet analyzer as a measuring device for examining what’s happening inside a network cable, just like an electrician uses a voltmeter for examining what’s happening inside an electric cable (but at a higher level of course).