Presentation on theme: "Mesjar Peter CCNP, CCAI Degree course: Informatics [Study program: Computer Systems and Networks] Year: 4 Supervisor: doc. Ing. Pavel."— Presentation transcript:
Mesjar Peter CCNP, CCAI email@example.com Degree course: Informatics [Study program: Computer Systems and Networks] Year: 4 Supervisor: doc. Ing. Pavel Čičák, PhD. Academic year: 2005 / 2006 Implementation of new communication technologies into the learning process
1.) Computer network labs at FIIT 2.) xDSL IPv6 IP Telephony IEEE 802.11 (WiFi) 3.) The future… Implementation of new communication technologies into the learning process
Computer network labs at FIIT Established in cooperation with NetAcad (Cisco Networking Academy Program) currently two full-featured labs in rooms D105 & D113 D105 D113
Computer network labs at FIIT Lab equipment in room D105 Adtran Atlas 550 PBX, ISDN and Frame Relay switch 14 routers (Cisco 2500, 2600XM, 2811) featuring: Synchronous and asynchronous serial interfaces FastEthernet interfaces Token Ring interfaces IEEE 802.3af compliant 4-port FastEthernet switch module FXS and FXO interfaces ISDN BRI and E1 PRI interfaces SHDSL interfaces full routing functionality – RIP, OSPF, BGP for IPv4 and IPv6 enhanced security via AAA and IPSec support
Computer network labs at FIIT Lab equipment in room D105 (cont.) 4 layer-3 switches – Catalyst 3560, Catalyst 3550 GBIC and SFP support for high speed uplinks full layer-2 and routing functionality Catalyst 3560 provides IPv6 and IEEE 802.3af support 9 layer-2 switches – Catalyst 2950T full featured layer-2 switch including enhanced security support using AAA and IEEE 802.1x, supports hardware filtering using ACL, full STP support and more… 4 PIX 515E hardware firewalls 6 Cisco 7940G IP Phones Miscellaneous accessories – external modems, web cameras
Computer network labs at FIIT Lab equipment in room D113 12 routers (Cisco 2500, 2600) featuring: Synchronous and asychronous serial interfaces Ethernet and FastEthernet interfaces routing functionality for IPv4 8 layer-2 switches – Catalyst 2950 2 Cisco 1232AG Access points 2 Cisco 1310 Wireless bridges Cisco PCI and Cardbus Aironet wireless NICs
xDSL Currently taught in CCNA4 and CCNP2 courses We are using SHDSL – why? we do not have DSLAM (we are in the process of getting one) we are aimed mostly on how upper layers work Typical xDSL network
xDSL Current xDSL network at our lab We do not have DSLAM nor ATM backbone Using SHDSL we can simplify xDSL network to: On our simple xDSL network we can demonstrate RFC 1483 bridging, PPPoA (RFC 2364), PPPoE (RFC 2516), AAA Students use: PPPoE (it is predominant today) Authentication (no Authorization or Accounting now) CPE BBRAS RJ-11 AAA Server
IPv6 Currently taught in CCNP1 course However covers only how IPv6 address looks like and no practical exercises We think the time has come to start talking about IPv6 because: will replace IPv4… sooner or later IPv6 is already deployed on the Internet Study material on IPv6 RFC documents of course… but they might be hard to read Your local bookstore Study material also developed by Peter Mesjar as a part of final project in easy to learn format. Also used as direct support for practical exercises developed by him for CCNP1 course.
IPv6 Current IPv6 practical exercises Lab 1 – Enabling IPv6 on Cisco IOS and learning the core functions Lab 2 – IPv4 and IPv6 coexistence using tunneling Scheduled IPv6 practical exercises 6to4 mechanism and anycast routing RIPng, OSPFv3 and BGP routing
IP Telephony Currently taught in IP Telephony course Good introduction to the world of POTS, ISDN and VoIP for the price of using proprietary protocols (SCCP instead of SIP) Current IP Telephony network at our lab:
IEEE 802.11 (WiFi) Currently taught in FWL course Now in version 1.2 based on IEEE 802.11b standard We use IEEE 802.11g One part of the current WiFi network at our lab:
The future… Courses currently taught at RCNA FIIT CCNA1, CCNA2, CCNA3, CCNA4 CCNP1, CCNP2, CCNP3, CCNP4 Courses scheduled to start in september 2006 IP Telephony, FWL Courses scheduled to start in near future Network Security 1, Network Security 2 We are constantly enhancing our labs with new technologies We are in process of finding funds for buying ADSL equipment and optical equipment for PON
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