Calendar

Content schedule subject to change.

Week Date Discussion and Lecture Schedule Reading Projects
1 Mon. 8/22 No Discussion
Tue. 8/23 No Lecture
Thu. 8/25 [1] Introduction
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
2 Mon. 8/29 Introduction
[materials] [recordings]
Tue. 8/30 [2] Overview: How the Internet works
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 8/31 [3] Architectural Principles
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
3 Mon. 9/5 Internet and Sockets
[materials] [recordings]
Tues. 9/6 [4] Design Goal sand Some History
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 9/8 [5] Routing: Fundamentals
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
4 Mon. 9/12 Routing
[materials] [recordings]
Tue. 9/13 [6] Routing: Approaches
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 9/15 [7] Addressing
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
5 Mon. 9/19
[materials] [recordings]
Routing
Tue. 9/20 [8] Inter-Domain Routing
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 9/22 [9] BGP
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
6 Mon. 9/26 IP Addressing and Forwarding
[materials] [recordings]
Tue. 9/27 [10] Designing IP
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 9/28 [11] IP Forwarding (Rob Shakir - Google)
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
7 Mon. 10/3 Reliable Transport, IP
[materials] [recordings]
Tue. 10/4 [12] Midterm Review
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 10/6 Midterm
8 Mon. 10/10 Midterm Review and Reliability
[materials] [recordings]
Tue. 10/11 [13] Reliable Delivery
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 10/13 [14] TCP
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
9 Mon. 10/17 TCP
[materials] [recordings]
Tue. 10/18 [15] DNS
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 10/20 [16] Web
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
10 Mon. 10/24 DNS
[materials] [recordings]
Tue. 10/25 [17] Congestion Control: Goals, Problems, Approaches
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 10/27 [18] Congestion Control: TCP Design
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
11 Mon. 10/31 Transport
[materials] [recordings]
Transport
Tue. 11/1 [19] Congestion Control: Alternative Designs
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 11/3 [20] Ethernet, End-to-End Picture
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
12 Mon. 11/7 Transport Part 2
[materials] [recordings]
Tue. 11/8 [21] Datacenters
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 11/10 [22] Wireless / Cellular
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
13 Mon. 11/14 Transport Part 2
[materials] [recordings]
Tue. 11/15 [23] SDN (Scott Shenker - UC Berkeley)
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 11/17 [24] Ten Lessons from Operating the World's Largest Network (Ashok Narayn - Google)
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
14 Mon. 11/21 Datacenters and ethernet
[materials] [recordings]
Tue. 11/22 [25] Internet Design Principles in Review
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 11/24 No Lecture - Thanksgiving
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
15 Mon. 11/28 Final Review
[materials] [recordings]
Tue. 11/29 [26] Ten Lessons from Operating the World's Largest Network (Rob Shakir - Google)
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 12/1 [27] Final Review
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
16 Mon. 12/5 Final Review
[materials] [recordings]
Tue. 12/6 No Lecture - RRR Week
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
Thu. 12/8 No Lecture - RRR Week
[slides] [recordings] [self-test]
17 Wed. 12/14 Final

Office Hour Schedule

CS 168 runs LOST sections (Lost and Overwhelmed Student's Turnabout), which are meant for students who feel like they have lost contact with the class, and need help reconnecting with some basic concepts.

LOST is NOT a replacement for lecture or discussion. LOST will not duplicate weekly section content, but will instead try to ensure students can ask the "stupid" questions they are otherwise afraid to ask.

Your directed questions will help drive the LOST session. The specifics of each session will be dictated by the TAs in charge.


 

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