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572-project-topics - Wireless Sensor Networks Also, FYI,...

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CECS 572 Advanced Computer Networking Final Project Suggestions Check out the “Author’s Recommended Links” provided by Kurose & Ross for project ideas. These links contain many excellent references. http://wps.aw.com/aw_kurose_network_5 Here are some additional topics you may be interested in: Creating a project using Ethereal/WireShark (as referenced in our text) Creating a project using OPNET a sophisticated network modeling and simulation package Voice or Video Compression over networks Quality of Service (QoS) IPv4 vs. IPv6 with a particular focus on security, or performance, or… Gigabit to the Desktop Issues Storage Area Networks (SAN) Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP) DNS and BIND Network Security and Encryption Wireless Networking on a large scale
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Unformatted text preview: Wireless Sensor Networks Also, FYI, here are some project topics chosen by CECS 572 students in previous semesters: Firewalls and Network Security Interactive Multimedia: Video on Demand Wireless LANs and Thin-Client Computing Network Security: An Electronic Payment System Real-time Transmission Strategies Gigabit Ethernet IP over ATM Networks Email Bomb Attacks Satellite Personal Communications System Optical Networking Network Architectures for Cluster Computing Virtual Private Networks (VPN) Internet Telephony (VoIP) High Speed ATM Firewalls Public-Key Infrastructure Dr. Tracy Bradley Maples (Fall 2009) Dr. Tracy Bradley Maples (Fall 2009)...
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