Undergraduate Courses

Description: This course discusses the deployment and administration of local and wide area networks by particularly emphasizing on security issues. More specifically, it includes topics such as: network design, network management (SNMP, SNMPv2, SNMPv3), remote control (RMON, RMONv2), fault management and network performance, cryptography, public and private keys, security architectures, attack encounter, firewalls and proxy services installation as well as security of distributed systems. In parallel, security and network management issues are studied in the laboratory by utilizing suitable diagnostic tools (hardware and software). To assist in comprehending the subjected discussed in this course, a number of suitable virtual operating systems Windows, FreeBSD, Linux are used (VMWARE).

Description: Covering topics of computer networks analysis and design. Including aspects such as: network structures and architectures, the OSI reference model, network examples, topologies, the physical layer, data connection layer, protocol analysis, sliding window protocols, ALOHA and CSMA/CD protocols, network layer and virtual circuits, routing algorithms, queuing theory, capacity and control flow,networks congestion, transmission layer.

Description: This course discusses design and administration issues of local and wide area networks, by particularly emphasizing on administration protocols. It includes topics such as: foundamentals of networks' administration, Network Management Systems (NMSs), architectures of NMS, network monitoring and configuration, fault and performance management. It focuses on Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP, SNMPv2, SNMPv3) and remote control (RMON, RMON2). It studies open source software such as nmap, snmp and Multi Router Traffic Grapher (MRTG) on Linux environment.


Postgraduate Courses





Contact Info

Dr. Sophia Petridou
Computer Architecture & Communications Lab, CSD, AUTh, 54124, Thessaloniki, Greece
Email: spetrido AT csd auth gr

Phone: (0030) 2310 998705