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MAZOON COLLEGE

COURSE INFORMATION SHEET- Course Code

Course Information
Course Code: IST 321/ 3321 Course Title: Network Performance Design and Management

Section No.: 1 out of 2 Pre-requisites IST 233/ IST 223 Credit Hours: 3
Class Days (As Per Time
Class Timing: As per Time-table Classroom: L 203
Table)
Required Text Book: Network Management: Principles and Practices, M Subramanian, Pearson education, 2nd
edition, 2011.

Faculty Information
Faculty office No.: :24513346 Faculty Name: Mr. Kareemulla Shaik
Faculty e-mail:
Faculty Extension No.: 346 Office Hours: As Per Time-table
kareemullah@muc.edu.om
Course Description
Network Management and Models, Network Management protocols. Network Management Applications. Network
Management tools and systems. Abstract syntax Notation One (ASN.1) Structure of management Information (SMI).
Management Information Base (NIB). Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP). SMPv2 and SNMPv3.
Remote Monitoring (RMON). RMON 1 and 2. Web Based Management. Recent Network Management Advances .

Course Objectives
Write your course objectives using (S.M.A.R.T. objectives)
O1: To learn the basics of Telephone network, standards and network management operation and functions
O2: To lean about network management Models
O3: To learn about SNMPv1 History overview and applications
O4: To learn about SNMPv2 and SNMPv3
O5: To lean about remote monitoring using RMON
O6: To Identify current and future trends of Network Management design issues and tools.

No. Course Learning Outcomes K, S, V*


LO1 Able to understand what network management and its operations and functions KV
is.
LO2 Student able to understand the network management models and their K
architecture.
LO3 Understand how to manage network using different versions of SNMP. KSV

LO4 Able to monitor remote computers using RMON. KSV

LO5 Have an idea of how to manage a network using Network management tools. KSV
K, S, V*: Stand for Graduate attributes basic domains. K: Knowledge, S: Skills and V: Values

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Course Coverage and Assessment ( Weekly Schedule )

Week Assessment Related Learning Teaching method and


Subjects
No. Tool Outcomes (No.) resources
Write Write the covered subject How this Which LO No. is related Class/ Group discussion/
week subject is to this subject presentation/ Lab work/ group
number
evaluated : discussion/ using ppt/
Write here multimedia, etc
which
assessment
type is used
to evaluate
this part:
Q1,MT, Q2,
AS, PR, ET
1 Analogy of telephone network management, communication A1, MT, CP LO1 Class and lab work. Using ppt/ using
protocols and standards, case histories in Networking and multimedia
management.
2 Network management functions and its management. A1, MT, CP LO1 Class and lab work. Using ppt/ using
multimedia
3 Basic foundations: Standards, Models and Languages. NMS A1, MT, CP LO1, LO2, LO4 Class and lab work. Using ppt/ using
standards, Network Management Models (Lab Work) multimedia
4 Organization Model, Information Model, Communication MT, CP LO2 Class and lab work. Using ppt/ using
Model, Functional Model, Network Management multimedia
Applications
5 SNMPv1 Network Management: History, Internet MT, CP LO2, LO3 Class and lab work. Using ppt/ using
organization and standards, multimedia
6 SNMP Model. MT, CP LO2, LO3 Class and lab work. Using ppt/ using
multimedia
7 Organization and Information Model, Communication and MT, CP LO3, LO4 Class and lab work. Using ppt/ using
Functional Model. (Lab Work) multimedia
8 Mid Term MT

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9 SNM P Management SNMP v2: Major changes, System A2, ET, CP LO3 Class and lab work. Using ppt/ using
Architecture Structure of Management Information. multimedia
10 Management Information Base, protocol (Lab Work) A2, ET, CP LO3, LO4 Class and lab work. Using ppt/ using
multimedia
11 SNMP Management SNMPv3: Key features, Architecture, ET, CP LO3 Class and lab work. Using ppt/ using
management Information, Management multimedia
12 User based security model, Access control CP, ET LO3 Class and lab work. Using ppt/ using
multimedia
13 SNMP Management: RMON: remote monitoring, RMON SM1 CP, ET LO4 Class and lab work. Using ppt/ using
and MIB, RMON1 (Lab Work) multimedia
14 Current Network Management topics and tools (Lab Work) CP, ET LO4, LO5 Class and lab work. Using ppt/ using
multimedia
15-16 Final Exam ET

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Grading System:

Letter Grade Ranking Marks Points

A Excellent 90 and above 4

A- 87-89 3.7

B+ Very Good 83-86 3.3

B 80-82 3

B- 77-79 2.7

C+ Good 73-76 2.3

C 70-72 2

C- 67-69 1.7

D+ Conditional 63-66 1.3


Pass
D (CGPA>=2) 60-62 1

D- 57-59 0.7

F Fail Below 57 0

I - Incomplete -

W - Withdraw -

Assessment and Evaluation:

Method of evaluation and grade allocation: Course evaluation is based on midterm


exams, final exams, assignments, projects, presentations, class participation and attendance.
The marks are allocated as follows:

Assessment Type Allocated Marks

Semester Work 60 %

Final Examination 40 %

Total 100

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Semester work marks are allocated as follows:

Assessment Type Allocated Marks

Assignment1/Project1 15 %

Mid-term Examination 20 %

Assignment2/Project2 15 %

Class Participation 10 %

Final Examination 40%

Assignments/Projects.

The approach for the coverage of this course is 100% theory classes, continuous assignments and
research and presentation. Assignments/ Projects will consist of assignment and presentation.
Assignments/Projects must be handed over by the due date. Late Submission of Assignments/ Projects
invites deduction of marks.

Attendance:

With reference to Article no (*) of the Academic Rules and Regulations, attending all lectures and
discussions of the studied courses is mandatory for all students. The instructor of the course
shall daily mark the students’ attendance on the attendance sheet and on the Student
Information System. The student is not allowed to miss more than 25% of the total number
of lectures of any course. In case of student absenteeism, the following actions will be taken:

Absenteeism Ratio Action


10 % 10% attendance warning ( by email)
15 % 15% attendance warning ( by email)
20 % 20% attendance warning ( by email)
Above 25% ( with accepted excuse) Withdrawn (Course Drop due to Excused
Absence)
Above 25% ( without accepted excuse) F in the course (Barred from End-Term
Examination due to excessive absence)

However, students who have a special cases of prolonged absenteeism (due to unavoidable
reasons such as: prolonged sick leave, special work obligations of part time students, etc..) can
submit a written request, attached with approved excuses, to the respective HoD who will give

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his/her recommendation about the case, according to the academic progress and status of the
student, to the College Academic Council to take the appropriate action about the students case.

Punctuality:

Students have to be in their respective classrooms on time as scheduled. A grace period of 5


minutes late is given to students, otherwise, the student arriving in the class late for more than
5 minutes is deemed (Absent).

Academic Misconduct:

According to Mazoon College rule and regulations item (**) and (**), cheating (exam malpractice)
and plagiarism are totally prohibited in the College. Repeated incident of any of these violations
may result in a student‘s award of (Zero) in exam, course, or dismissal from the College.
 Cheating or Exam malpractice includes, and not limited to, use of any unauthorized
assistance during any course assessment element, as per the adopted Course Information
Sheet (quiz, mid-term exam, assignment, lab, presentation, etc.(,providing any
unauthorized assistance to another student in any course assessment element, or depending
on the aid of unauthorized person in preparing assignment/report/presentation/solving
problem/ project.
 Plagiarism includes, and not limited to, submitting a report/presentation/ dissertation/ term
paper/research paper or any other work to be graded which includes the production of other
author(s) without properly acknowledging the original author(s) of the work, or use the
work of other person (paid or un paid) and submitting it to be its own work to claim grades
or any other credit. The college is using a text matching detection software, text similarity
above 20% is not acceptable and deemed plagiarism.

Please check with your course instructor for further orientation and information about
plagiarism practice avoidance.

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