IOE Syllabus of Internet and Intranet

Internet and Intranet (Subject Code: CT 754) is regular course for Bachelor in Computer Engineering Fourth Year Second Part according to latest IOE syllabus. It has 3 Lecture, 1 Tutorial  and 3/2 Practical. The objective of introducing Internet and Intranet for BCT students is to provide the basic knowledge on practical applications of internet working technologies to private intranets for information management and public internets for electronic Commerce, which includes theoretical details. strategies for designing sites, techniques for creating their technical infrastructures, methods for developing content, and techniques for site deployment and management

  1. Introduction (5 hours)
    1. History and Development of Internets and Intranets
    2. IANA, RIR/NIR/LIR and ISPs for internet number management
    3. Internet Domain and Domain Name System
    4. Internet Access Overview
    5. Internet Backbone Networks: Optical Backbone, Marine Cables, Teleports, Satellite and Terrestrial Links
  2. Internet Protocol Overview (6 hours)
    1. TCP/IP and the Player overview
    2. IPv4 and IPv6 Address Types and Formats
    3. IPv4 and IPv6 Header Structure
    4. Internet RFCs
  3. Protocols and Client/Server Applications (6 hours)
    1. Standard protocols. SMTP, E-mail Message HTTP, FTP, (RFC22),PGP, POP, IMAP
    2. N-Tiered Client/Server Architecture
    3. Universal Internet Browsing
    4. Multiprotocol Support
  4. HTTP and the Web Services(8 hours)
    1. HTTP, Web Servers and Web Access
    2. Universal naming with URLs
    3. WWW Technology, HTML DHTML, WML, XML
    4. Tools WYS/WYG, Authoring Tools
    5. Helper applications: CGI, PERL, AVA, AVA SRIPTS, PHP, ASP. NEI Applications
    6. Introduction to AJAX (Programming)
    7. Bbrowser as a rendering engine text, HTML, gif and jpeg
  5. Designing Internet Systems and Servers (8 hours)
    1. Designing of Internet System Network Architecture
    2. Choice of platforms
    3. Server Concepts: WEB, Proxy, RADIUS, MAIL
    4. Cookies
    5. Load Balancing Proxy Arrays
    6. Server Setup and Configuration Guidelines
    7. Security and System Administration Issues, Firewalls and Content Filtering
  6. Internet and Intranet Systems Development (6 hours)
    1. Introductions
    2. Benefits and drawbacks of intranets
    3. Protocols, Structure and Scope of Networks
    4. Intranets Resource Assessments: Network Infrastructure, Clients andServer Resources
    5. Intranet Implementation Guidelines
    6. Content Design, Development, Publishing and Management
    7. Intranet Design with Open source Tools: DRUPAL, UMLA
    8.  Tunneling Protocols. VPN
  7.  Internet and Intranet Applications (6 hour)
    1. General Applications: Email, WWW, Gopher, Online Systems
    2. Multimedia and Digital Video/Audio Broadcasting Video/Audio Conferencing, Internet Relay Chat (IRC)
    3. Broadband Communications, Policy, xDSL and Cable Internet
    4. VoIP. Folo and IP Interconnection
    5. Datacenters and Data warehousing, packet clearing house
    6. Unified Messaging Systems 7.7 Fundamental of e-Commerce
    7. Concept of Grid and Cloud Computing

Practicals

  • Web programming Skill (HTML, PHP, ASP) and WEB development Tools
  • Web Programming with DB Connection and Ajax programming
  • Internet & Intranet Site Development (personal/corporate web development
  • Web & DNS Server Installation, Configuration and Hosting Presentation of project work

Evaluation Scheme Internet and Intranet IOE Syllabus
The questions will cover all the units of the syllabus. The evaluation scheme will be as indicated below:

Chapter
Hour
Marks Distribution*
1
5
10
2
6
10
3
6
10
4
8
15
5
8
15
6
6
10
7
6
10
Total
45
80
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  1. Raju Bro, any link to the complete note for this subject? Thanks.

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