CS 529  High-Performance Networking
Kanad Ghose
Spring 2005
FA 352
Mondays & Wednesdays 3:30 PM - 5 PM


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ANNOUNCEMENTS
 

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Course Outline and Policies
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Teaching Assistants
  Mr. Matt Yourst
    Office Hours: TBA

Assignments
 

Programming Assignment 1
Due Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Homework 1
Due Wednesday, March 9, 2005

Programming Assignment 2 - Protocol Stack Timing and Packet Filtering
Due Wednesday, March 30, 2005
  - Kernel Building Instruction

Final Programming Assignment

Homework 2
To be done as an individual assignment by each student, including students doing the alternative project.

***IMPORTANT***
These files are password-protected. Acrobat will ask for a password when you try to open these files. To view and print the file, use the password given out in class.

Class Notes (DO NOT USE THE LASER PRINTERS IN THE LAB TO PRINT THIS - printer usage
  accounting is turned on now!)
 

January 24, 2005  Introduction; TCP/IP Part I

January 31, 2005  TCP/IP Part II

February 14, 2005  TCP/IP Part III

February 21, 2005  Linux; Physical Layers Part I

March 7, 2005  Physical Layers Part II

April 4, 2005  Physical Layers Part III; Web Servers & Web Caches

April 17, 2005  ATM Networks

April 27, 2005  OS Issues: Buffer Co-mapping, Low Overhead Interrupt Handling, VI Standard

May 4, 2005  Network Processors

***IMPORTANT***
These files are password-protected. Acrobat will ask for a password when you try to open these files. To view and print the file, use the password given out in class.

DEC Tulip Information
 

Tulip Chip Data Book (1131 KB)
Linux Driver Source for Tulip

Key Papers
 

End-to-End Argument Paper by Saltzer et al (877 KB)
A Critique of the End-to-End Argument (83 KB)
TCP/IP Profiling Paper (266 KB)
Web Servers (1338 KB)
Web Cache Paper 1 (116 KB)

Web Cache Paper 2 (935 KB)

Web Cache Paper 3 (101 KB)

Web Cache Paper 4 (464 KB)

***IMPORTANT***
These files are password-protected. Acrobat will ask for a password when you try to open these files. To view and print the file, use the password given out in class.

Linux Resources
  LINUX TCP/IP DOCUMENTATION by Glenn Herring, University of Delaware
HYPERTEXT-LINKED LINUX SOURCE CODE

NOTE
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