CMSC 360: Computer Network Theory
Twenty-five years ago, computers in offices or labs might have network access to a file server, some home PCs had dialup access to an online service, and the Internet was still largely the province of universities and a few tech companies; now millions of people routinely watch movies over the Web on a computer they carry in their pocket. In this course we will cover many of the current protocols and designs, both old and new, that underlie that ubiquitous networking revolution.
This class meets 2pm TR in Rotunda 352.
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