5. METHODOLOGY 5.1 Secure Multipath Routing Protocols in Wireless Sensor Networks Till date many routing protocols have been proposed for wireless sensor networks, but only few of them consider the problem of security  and most of them are developed without any security concern. So in this section we focus at selected multipath routing protocols in order to cope with the various attacks. For avoiding intruders attacks in HWSN various methods and algorithms are implemented out of that Professor Hamid Al-Hamadi and Professor Ing-Ray Chen:
4 QoS Based Protocols QoS based protocols ensure sensor nodes balance between energy consumption and pre-determined QoS metrics like delay, energy, reliability and bandwidth, before delivering data to sink node. Sensor nodes have low processing capability, low memory power and limited transmission energy in addition to energy constraints. Hence the constraints impose an important requirement on wireless sensor network QoS support mechanisms including simplicity. Traffic flows from many sensor nodes to a small subset of sink nodes in most WSN applications. QoS mechanisms must be made for unbalanced QoS-constrained traffic.
To ensure the wireless signal is transmitted to every corner of the office space I recommend routers set-up with 4 directional antennas and a centralized Omni-directional antenna. The use of 2.4 GHz routers will increase data transmission speed 460-600 Mbps and provide 11 channels per router to support decrease in network collisions and prevent data packet from being dropped (Lazar, n.d.). All computing devices must be equipped with latest Windows 10 for business and use VPN tunnels to remotely connect and send print jobs to the Austin location. In addition, all workstations must manually be configured with the latest printer drivers to recognize the device.
Abstract: Wireless networking is a method by which homes, telecommunications networks and enterprise (business) installations avoid the costly process of introducing cables into a building, or as a connection between various equipment locations. For such a reasons this technology has become popular. Though it is familiar, its wireless channel is vulnerable to the eavesdroppers during message delivery (security is the major problem). In the previous cases this problem was solved by cryptographic methods such as RSA public key cryptosystem. But due to expensive key distribution and improvement in decoding technology, the message transmitted is said to be unsecured.
Unit 7 Assignment: Client Networking Request NETWORK ARCHITECTURE LAN method of networking with RJ45 CAT5/6 Ethernet Cable can be used as there are only three computers which are to be connected. Client/Server technology will help as they can make the computer placed in their home next to the store as the server. The server can later be used to access information like bills, inventory, total purchases etc. TRANSMISSION MEDIA A wired media should be preferred to be on the safer side as wireless is always prone to attacks.
HPCOS81 Assignment number: 1 Assignment unique code: 633522 Student number: 34722693 Last name Kyle Initials K.K 1. Introduction. Wireless Mobile ad-hoc Networks or MANETs are networks that lack any centralized authority and which do not rely on existing infrastructure.
HPC uses several parallel processing techniques to solve advanced computational problems quickly and reliably. HPC is widely used in sciatic computing applications like weather forecasting, molecular modeling, complex system simulations, etc. Traditional supercomputers are custom made and very expensive. A cluster, on the other hand, consists of loosely coupled of the-shelf components. Special programming techniques are required to exploit HPC capabilities.
Network Security Plan This document outlines the secure use, storage, and management of devices and data on the network and associated systems. The plan covers all devices such as computers, printers, switches, firewalls, and routers connected to the Internet or a local network (LAN). Given the shared and accessible nature of networking, the emphasis of this document is to that server data is placed on physically secure servers, controlling access to data, and protecting data from unauthorized access remotely.
There is several different types of components that enable the internet and help the web function correctly upon your computer. A few of these things are; Uploading and FTP, Web Servers, network routers, proxy servers, ISPs, Web Hosting Services, and Domains. I will be explaining all of these components in as much detail as possible. Uploading
Abstract – A main requirement in high performance networks is multicast communication, which involves transmitting information from a single source node to multiple destination nodes. A multicast assignment is a mapping from a set of network nodes called as source nodes, to a maximum set of network nodes called destination nodes with no overlapping allowed among the destination nodes of different source nodes A network is said to be nonblocking for multicast assignments, if for any legitimate multicast connection requests from a source node to a set of destination nodes, it is always possible to provide connection path through the network to satisfy the connection request without any disturbance to the existing connections. If the path selection