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DA 206 - Networking & Network Forensics


Credit Hours: 4

An overview of network technology, network components, network operating system software and network interconnection schemes. A detailed overview of network traffic capturing, packet analysis, intrusion detection, firewalls, proxy servers, image capturing and transportation, and memory forensics.

Course Outcomes
Upon completion of this of this course, the student will be able to:

  • run and interpret results of:
    • ping;
    • tracert;
    • arp;
    • netstat;
    • nbtstat;
    • ipconfig;
    • Ifconfig;
    • iwconfig;
    • winipcfg; and
    • nslookup.
  • create network twisted pair cables;
  • setup a fire wall;
  • setup a proxy server;
  • setup Snort;
  • construct a LAN;
  • map network drives;
  • setup NSF;
  • setup samba shares;
  • setup and configure live USB drives;
  • setup scripts for network auditing;
  • install and use network tool packages;
  • execute memory foot printing and acquisition;
  • setup a network sniffer; and
  • setup a honey pot.
  • technology objectives:
    • use a computer to setup and install operating systems and network software packages; and
    • use the DOS/Windows and UNIX/Linux operating environment effectively.


Prerequisites: CS 101, DA 107
F/S (N)