Welcome to course 2D1490, IP Routing in Simple Computer Networks. We
hope that you will find the course interesting, rewarding, and fun.
In particular we have renewed all labs with brand new Juniper routers.
All course-related news and information will be published on this
page. Please email to the course instructor if you have any
After taking this course the student should have a good understanding
The follow-up to this course is
2D1491, these two courses in combination gives a fundamental knowledge
about how the Internet works in general, and IP routing in particular.
- The different routing paradigms- the differences, the
similarities, and when to use which paradigm.
- What decisions a router must make before forwarding a packet to
- Routing in practice - a deep understanding of how routing in an
internal IP network works. In particular, we will study unicast
routing (RIP, OSPF, ISIS), multicast routing (PIM-SM) and
Course coordinator: Olof Hagsand
Course assistant: Roland Elverljung
Mail: olofh@[ sunet.se | nada.kth.se ]
Phone: 08 790 6534
Course assistant: Malin Carlzon
The course administration will use the res system. This
course has res identifier ipro1-06
This course contains three parts. The student must pass all three
parts to get full credit for the course.
- Written examination (TEN1; 2 cr.)
- Laboratory assignments (LAB1; 2 cr.)
- Recitations/Homework (Övningar/Hemövning) (HEM1; 1 cr.)
This year (2006) the course will start with a two-week introduction to
basic IP networking. Next year (2007) the courses will be re-arranged
so that 2D1392 Internets Protocols and Principles will be given
before this course. If you have already taken 2D1392 (or similar
course) you can probably skip this part of the course.
The following is a rough list of what the introduction will cover:
ARP, IPv4, ICMP, TCP, UDP, some application protocols (FTP, HTTP,
SMTP) and DNS.
How do I apply to this course?
If you want to apply for this course, contact your
"Studievägledning". The course admission is limited to 40
Olof Hagsand <email@example.com>
This page: http://www.nada.kth.se/kurser/kth/2D1490/06/
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