Computer Networks Laboratory
This lab is dedicated for students to work on practical experiments, projects and research work related to courses such as Computer Networks, Wireless Networks, Mobile Communications, Software-Defined Networking, Internet of Things, Future Networks (5G) and Cloud Computing. All Desktops/Laptops in the Computer Network lab are interconnected through LAN and Wi-Fi. The lab consists of workstations, various types of high and branded routers, switches, load balancer with state-of-the-art Intel XEON based Servers having good configuration to support IT-Infrastructure on the campus.
Currently this lab is dedicated to the following courses and research works:
Course Name: Computer Networks Lab
Semester: VI Semester
Credits (L-T-P-C): (0-0-3-3)
Department: Computer Science and Engineering
Course Description and Objective:
The objective of this lab course is to get practical knowledge of working principles of various communication protocols. Analyse structure and formats of TCP/IP layer protocols using network tools such as Wireshark and network simulators. Implementing various network algorithms such as error control, error detection, routing, and security related algorithms.
- Understand the practical approach to network communication protocols.
- Understand network layers, structure/format and role of each network layer.
- Able to design and implement various network application such as data transmission between client and server, file transfer, real-time multimedia transmission.
- Understand the various Routing Protocols/Algorithms and Internetworking.
Research: Currently students also use this lab for doing research work on developing Internet of Things applications using Raspberry-Pi IoT kits and Cloud Computing Concepts.
Faculty In-Charge: Dr. Thejaswini M
JTS: Love Panday