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Department of Information Technology

Computer Networks TF HT2004 (1TT821)

and Computer Systems II (part 1: computer networks) IT (1IT070)

News: Please check the News section for updates on upgrading your overall grade for the course

Welcome to this course! On this page you can find general information.


Richard Gold, email at (no unsolicited attachments!), room 1453, phone 471 2332.

Teaching Assistant

Olof Rensfelt, email olof.rensfelt at (no unsolicited attachments!), room 1457.


Computer Networking: a Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet by James F. Kurose and Keith W. Ross, third edition, ISBN 0-321-26976-4, Addison-Wesley 2002 (or second edition, ISBN 0-201-97699-4).

Course start

Tuesday, September 7th at 10.15 in room 2005, Ångström.


Labs and small take-home exams during the course.

The grading is as follows: the take-home exams will be graded either G (pass), VG (pass with distinction), K (changes need to be made) or U (fail). The labs will be graded either G, K or U. The labs for the course are mandatory. In order to get a 5 on the course you need to get a VG on all three take-home exams, in order to get a 4 you need 2 VGs (and no outstanding K or U) and in order to get a 3 you need to have passed all three take-home exams.

Update -- additionally, you can also get a 5 for the course if you got a G for the first assignment, but a VG on the extra assignment. No other tweaking of your grade will be allowed.

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Updated  2004-10-13 11:23:29 by Richard Gold.