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Welcome to NWEN 302 Computer Network Design!

This course addresses the principles, architectures and protocols that have shaped the development of the Internet and modern networked applications. It examines network design principles, underlying protocols, technologies and architectures of the TCP/IP protocol stack. The design of various protocols in the stack, such as, protocols like ARP, ICMP, IP, DHCP, TCP, UDP, routing protocols like OSPF, and IPv6 will be covered in detail, together with logical link control, medium access control and physical media communications issues.

This page provides information about the course, and will be updated as the course proceeds. Students enrolled in NWEN 302 should visit this page regularly to ensure that they are aware of the information available here.

If you find errors, note omissions, or have any other comments regarding these pages, please contact Prof Winston Seah (winston.seah@ecs.vuw.ac.nz).

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Students who do not have the NWEN243 pre-requisite and wish to enrol for NWEN302, please contact the course coordinator to take a short admission test.

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