Wrocław, Poland

Designing Secured and Reliable Computer Networks

when 10 July 2023 - 28 July 2023
language English
duration 3 weeks
credits 4 EC
fee EUR 1200

You will be introduced to the best practices of designing reliable and redundant computer network topologies. Then, various methods of computer networks management will be presented.
First, the standard methods of configuration and IOS systems management. Secondly, modern methods of programming SDN networks will be practiced, during which students will train the centralized configuration of devices using Python scripts and the API of IOS systems. Second part of the course is devoted to securing networks and network devices against attacks and overload. The final part will be devoted to monitoring and analyzing network traffic and detecting threats or attacks. Students, individually or in groups, will have the task
of creating a redundant network, protected against various types of attacks for a chosen case study. Classes are conducted in a physical laboratory of computer networks based on Cisco devices. A virtual environment in the form of Packet Tracer simulator, GNS3 emulator and virtual machines of the real networking operating systems will also be used for support.

Course leader

Wroclaw University of Science and Technology

Target group

Students with basic computer sciences skills

Course aim

The aim will be the creation of networks resistant to various types of failures. Redundancy issues in the second and third layer will be raised

Fee info

EUR 1200: regular registration
EUR 1100: early bird registration