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hello everyone.. i am a final year student. we are asked to do a project in networking.. what kind of project in networking should i do.. i confuse what kind of project should i do.. i am in need of a project topic which is feasible and can be finished within 2 months duration..
i'll be very thankful if u can suggest me a good topic..
thanks in advance..
A new institute is rcquired to sctup a computer network with 700 students and 50 cmployccs. There are total of 1000 computers in the facility. In addition, there are 10 servers for various data saving purposcs and 2 online printcrs available in ccnter for students l there are two laboratory facilities with 100 computers, thrcc laboratory facilitics with 150 computers, and rest of the computers are in common IT center. The servers are placed in a special room, which can be access by limited number of people. Each laboratory has an identical network address In addition, students and employees are already been provided network login accounts, where national identity card number is used as user name. The institute also provides an identity card to students and employees, which has a magnetic strip to store data. network setup for the above premises, and steps to improve the overall network security of the computer network in the above institute.
The question is "could I" and not "will it work?" The answer is you could. And in fact given the wide variations of such schemes it may or may not work. No one will be able to tell you except the department that runs the network. But could you connect such a thing? Yes.
My dorm wifi is very bad, and it runs over a network that is supplies online through my Campus net where you put your MAC Addresses of your devices in order to connect, could I connect a MAC address of a WiFI router in order to establish a connection for it
You do realise that WHO (and countless other bodies) have found no link between WiFi signals and bad effects on health
Could it be that the wifi is possibly interfering with a medical device? Other than that (and I don't know if it is even possible) I can't imagine that there are any health effects from non-ionizing radiation.
While you have a managed switch you don't seem to have an appliance to manage bandwidth per user.
I don't see what you think your options are but will give a nod to implementing a SQUID server for your users. It has many features that I won't get into here or later. But it does seem to be a great solution as not only the bandwidth control but caching to maximize your internet connection.
Can somebody give me an advice of resolution.I have 1GBPS Bandwidth speed for my Internet Cafe. I have 31 Desktop PCs I have a managed network Switch that my 30 computers are connected on the Switch plus 1 Network Video Recorder for my CCTVs
My router has 2 LAN cables on the back 1 for the PC where the computer controls and monitors the activity of the 20 computers and has control to the CCTVs and 1 NVR
The Problem is Let us say one PC is downloading a huge File (e.g. Video or Software app) the other PC will have greater PING and will have lower speeds on the other PCs that only streams on the web.