Information Technology Laboratory II (ITS 332)

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This course will give you practical experience with the administration of computer networks and the development of computer network applications. You will learn the basics of configuring network interfaces on computers, setting up a switched and routed networks, monitoring the activities in a network and administrating common network software (e.g. web servers). You will also learn to program client/server applications using TCP/IP sockets. This knowledge is necessary for careers involving IT network administration, network management in medium to large enterprises, Internet software development, and engineers at ISP and telecom companies.

Dr Steven Gordon (contact details)
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ITS223 Programming Lab 1. Although not an official pre-requisite, the lab covers networking topics therefore some knowledge from ITS323 is assumed. If you haven't passed ITS323 Introduction to Data Communications, then this course may be hard! See the resources for advice on refreshing your knowledge in these areas.
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