Network Administration II: Real-time Services
Techniques and strategies for provisioning network infrastructure to provide low latency transport of real-time application data, such as voice, video, and financial transactions. High availability and fault tolerant network architectures are examined from a practitioner perspective with a focus on redundancy of data links, routing paths, and infrastructure services such as DNS and DHCP. Protocols that ensure optimal data prioritization and transport, such as Weighted Fair and Low Latency Queuing, and the tools used to configure and monitor traffic flows are covered. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): CIT271 or CIT272. Fall Only.