CS 168
Introduction to the Internet: Architecture and Protocols, Fall 2018
Instructor: Scott Shenker
Lecture: Tu/Th 6:30-8:00 pm, 1 Pimentel
OH: M 4:00-5:00 pm, 415 Soda
Calendar
Week Date Reading Lecture (Tu/Th) / Disc. (F) Projects
1 Tue. 8/21 No Lecture
Thu. 8/23 [1] Introduction
[slides] [self-test]
Fri. 8/24 No Discussion
2 Tue. 8/28 Kurose and Ross (K&R) 6th/7th ed.: 1.0-1.4 [2] How the Internet Works
[slides] [self-test]
Thu. 8/30 K&R 6th/7th ed.: 1.5-1.8 [3] Designing the Internet
[slides] [self-test]
Fri. 8/31 The Internet and Sockets
[materials]
3 Tue. 9/4 [4] The End of Architecture and the Beginning of Design
[slides] [self-test]
Thu. 9/6 K&R: 5.2, 5.3 [5] Fundamentals of Routing
[slides] [self-test]
Fri. 9/7 Packets in Flight
[materials]
4 Tue. 9/11 [6] More Detailed Discussion of Routing: Part I (the easy stuff)
[slides] [self-test]
Routing
Thu. 9/13 [7] More Detailed Discussion of Routing: Part II (the harder stuff)
[slides] [self-test]
Fri. 9/14 Routing
[materials]
5 Tue. 9/18 [8] Reliable Transport
[slides] [self-test]
Thu. 9/20 K&R: 3.1-3.4 [9] Designing IP
[slides] [self-test]
Fri. 9/21 Distance-Vector Routing
[materials]
6 Tue. 9/25 K&R: 4.3.1, 4.3.2, 4.3.3, 4.3.5 [10] Addressing
[slides] [self-test]
Thu. 9/27 [11] Forwarding
[slides] [self-test]
Fri. 9/28 Reliable Transport, IP
[materials]
7 Tue. 10/2 [12] Support for Forwarding
[slides] [self-test]
Thu. 10/4 [13] NAT, Transport, and TCP
[slides] [self-test]
Fri. 10/5 IP Addressing and Forwarding
[materials]
8 Tue. 10/9 [14] Midterm 1 Review
[slides] [self-test]
Thu. 10/11 Midterm (8-10PM)
Fri. 10/12 No Discussion
[materials]
9 Tue. 10/16 K&R: 3.5 [15] TCP
[slides] [self-test]
Thu. 10/18 K&R: 2.2, 2.5 [16] Finishing TCP, DNS
[slides] [self-test]
Fri. 10/19 TCP
[materials]
10 Tue. 10/23 [17] DNS, HTTP, and the Web
[slides] [self-test]
Thu. 10/25 K&R: 5.6, 6.7 [18] End of HTTP, Odds and Ends, Congestion Control
[slides] [self-test]
Fri. 10/26 DNS and the Web
[materials]
11 Tue. 10/30 K&R: 3.6, 3.7 [19] TCP Congestion Control
[slides] [self-test]
Thu. 11/1 [20] More Congestion Control, Interdomain Routing
[slides] [self-test]
Fri. 11/2 Congestion Control
[materials]
12 Tue. 11/6 [21] More Interdomain Routing
[slides] [self-test]
Transport
Thu. 11/8 K&R: 5.4 [22] Multicast, MPLS, Recent Trends
[slides] [self-test]
Fri. 11/9 Interdomain Routing
[materials]
13 Tue. 11/13 [23] SDN
[slides] [self-test]
Thu. 11/15 K&R: 5.5 CANCELLED
[slides] [self-test]
Fri. 11/16 Multicast, SDN
[materials]
14 Tue. 11/20 [Optional] Redesigning Routing
[slides] [self-test]
Thanksgiving Break ~ No Discussion
15 Tue. 11/27 [24] Redesigning the Internet Architecture
[slides] [self-test]
Thu. 11/29 Detailed Example [25] Final Lecture/Review
[slides] [self-test]
Fri. 11/30 Wireshark, Clarifications, and Review
[materials]
RRR Week (December 3-7)
Finals Week (December 11-15)
Final: Thu. 12/13 at 11:30 am (location TBD)
Discussion Schedule
Please indicate which section you will be attending here to help with load balancing.
Start Time Section
9:00 a.m. Evans 3 (Rachel)
10:00 a.m. Barrows 155 (Rachel)
11:00 a.m. Evans 9 (Ehimare) Cory 289 (Ian)
12:00 p.m. Wheeler 130 (Ehimare) Etcheverry 3119 (Ian)
1:00 p.m. Wheeler 202 (Eli) Hearst Gym 242 (Kevin) Etcheverry 3107 (Chris) Etcheverry 3109 (Ray)
2:00 p.m. Dwinelle 209 (Eli) Dwinelle 242 (Alex) Evans 70 (Will)
3:00 p.m. Dwinelle 79 (Vivien) Dwinelle 243 (Alex)
4:00 p.m. Evans 9 (Luke)
Office Hour Schedule
Note: Our office hours are held in different rooms. Please look at each calendar entry for more information.
The LOST (Lost and Overwhelmed Student's Turnabout) session is NOT a replacement for lecture or discussion, but is meant as a safe space for students who feel like they have lost contact with the class and need help reconnecting with one or more of the basic concepts. The session will be loosely framed as a structured OH, where your directed questions will help drive the LOST session. The specifics of each session will be dictated by the TAs in charge (Julie, Gustavo). In particular, it will not duplicate the contents of the weekly sections, but will instead try to make sure all students have a chance to ask the “stupid” questions they might otherwise be afraid to ask.

 

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