Quality of Network Services
- Class 30
- Practice 30
- Independent work 120
Quality of Network Services
Lecturers and associates
The goal of this course is to train students to be able to assess the need for QOS mechanisms in the network, select the appropriate QOS solution, and implement it with regard to the specifics of the default network infrastructure.
The course deals with tools for analyzing network traffic so that students could identify the need for quality services in the network and implement QOS mechanisms in the right places in the network. A special focus of the course is on mechanisms for congestion management and congestion avoidance, mechanisms for shaping and limiting traffic and ways of their implementation in different network environments.
Szigeti, Barton, Hattingh, Tim, Robert, Christina: End-to-End QoS Network Design. - Indianapolis,Indiana-USA: Cisco Press, 2014
Alvarez, Santiago: QoS for IP/MPLS Networks. - Indianapolis,Indiana-USA: Cisco Press, 2015
- Study program duration
- 4 semesters (2 years)
- Semester duration
- 15 weeks of active teaching + 5 examination weeks
- Total number of ects points
- Certifications obtained during studies
IT SMF – ITIL FoundationCisco CCNP
- struč.spec.ing.comp. (Professional Master of Computer Engineering with sub-specialization in Systems Engineering)
Minimal learning outcomes
- Critically compare the individual models of QOS in the network in the context of modern computer networks.
- Assess the need for the implementation of QOS mechanisms on a specific network infrastructure
- Prove the effectiveness of network congestion management using a practical example
- Demonstrate the effectiveness of the mechanisms for shaping and limiting traffic on the network using a practical example.
Preferred learning outcomes
- Assess the value of the individual models of QOS in the network in the context of modern computer networks.
- Prove the need for QOS mechanisms in a specific network environment by applying control tools.
- Evaluate the effects of the application of congestion management mechanisms in the network
- Critically compare the mechanisms for shaping and limiting traffic in the network with regard to their effects.
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