Instructor Jorg Liebeherr, BA 4126, (416) 946-3403,
Office hours: Thursday, 15:00-16:00, or by appointment (via email).
Prerequisites ECE361 (must be completed before taking this course)
Course Description: Internetworking is a fourth year course for EE, CE, and Eng. Sci. students who are interested in Computer Networks and the Internet. The focus of the course is on the Internet and the TCP/IP protocol suite.
  • "Online Chapters": Chapter 0, Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 10, by J. Liebeherr (on-line material)
  • "IBM Textbook": TCP/IP Tutorial and Technical Overview, by A. Rodriguez, J. Gatrell, K. Karas and R. Peschke, IBM 2006 (on-line).
  • Additional material as posted on the course website
Lectures: Tuesday, 16:00-18:00, and Thursday 16:00-17:00 in BA BA 1130.
  • Attendance of lectures is mandatory.
  • Lecture slides are available from course website.
Labs: SFB 520 - ECE Design Centre.
Labs start in the week of Sep 25 (PRA0101) and Oct 2 (PRA0102). (Ignore PRA sections and times!)
  • There is one lab sessions every other week.
  • Lab material is available from Portal.
  • You must sign up for a time slot. You complete your lab during your time slot (Click here for the time slot sign-up)
  • At the beginning of your first lab, there is an orientation by the TAs.
  • Click here for instructions on the labs.
  • Prelabs and lab reports will be submitted via the Portal.
  • Late submissions are accepted past the due date with a penalty of 20% of the total grade per day.
Tutorials: Weekly tutorial sessions:
  • TUT0101: Monday, 17:00-18:00, GB304.
  • TUT0102: Thursday, 15:00-16:00, GB304.
  • First tutorial: Sep 18 (TUT101) and Sep 21 (TUT102).
  • The dates and the problem sets will be listed on the course web page.
  • Tutorials discuss problems, similar to those appearing in the quizzes and final exam.
    Final Exam
    (Type B)
    50% TBD
    Quiz 1 12.5% Oct 12 (in class)
    Quiz 2 12.5% Nov 16 (in class)
    Labs 25%
    • Quiz 1 and Quiz 2 are closed book, closed notes exams. They are given during a lecture and are 50 minutes long.
    • Type 2 Calculators are allowed in quizzes and final exam.
    Academic Integrity Academic misconduct will be handled according to university guidelines. Software may be used to verify integrity of electronically submitted materials.










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