Advanced Networking Lab (Fall 2010)
Course: Advanced Networking Lab (320401)
Instructor: Jürgen Schönwälder
TA: Anuj Sehgal
Lectures:
Monday 11:15 - 13:30 Computer Science Lecture Hall (Research I)
Start: 6th September, 2010
Contents:

This lab course is to be taken together with the Advanced Networking course and provides hands-on programming exercises where selected algorithms and mechanisms introduced in the Advanced Networking course will be implemented.

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The table below is outdated and needs to be redone!

DateTopics
2010-09-06 Introduction into Multicast DNS (MDNS)
2010-09-13 MDNS Viewer and Querier Implementation
2010-09-20 TCP Congestion Control Implementation
2010-09-27 BGP Simulation (cbgp)
2010-10-04 BGP Simulation (cbgp)
2010-10-11 Introduction to the NS-2/NS-3 Simulator
2010-10-25 NS-2/NS-3 Simulation
2010-11-01 Linux Traffic Engineering
2010-11-08 Linux Traffic Engineering
2010-11-15 SIP on EmanicsLab
2010-11-22 VoIP Measurements on EmanicsLab
2010-11-29 IPFIX/NETFLOW
2010-12-06 IPFIX/NETFLOW
Grading:

Students have to hand in a solution to the assignments and they have to answer questions concerning the solution. The quality of the solution and the answers determines the grade (measured in percent) for the assignment. The overall grade is computed from the partial grades. Late submissions after the deadline will be penalized. For every hour late, you will loose 10% of the points. We account an additional bonus of 15 minutes for electronic submissions (you know how well email sometimes works). This means, a solution received 01:15 late will loose 10%, a solution received 02:15 late will loose 20% and so on. If we receive more than one submission, we will pick the last one.

Any programs that have to be written will be evaluated based on the following criteria:

  • correctness including proper handling of error conditions
  • proper use of programming language constructs
  • clarity of the program organization and design
  • readability of the source code and any output produced

Source code must be accompanied with a README provding an overview of the source files and giving instructions how to build the programs. A suitable Makefile is required if the build process involves more than a single source file.

The policy on makeup assignments is the following: To be able to get a makeup, you have to either (a) have an official excuse from the registrar's office or (b) approach me well in advance of the assignment with a very good reason for not being able to participate (e.g., because you take a GRE computer science subject test at the day of a quiz). Furthermore, I require that people take action to immediately contact me when they return to campus so that we can fix a date for the makeup. Once a week has passed, I do not feel obliged to offer a makeup anymore.

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