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Why Networking Projects ?

A network connects computers, mobile phones, peripherals, and even IoT devices. Switches, routers, and wireless access points are the essential networking basics. Through them, devices connected to your network can communicate with one another and with other networks, like the Internet. Computer networks support an enormous number of applications and services such as access to the World Wide Web, digital video, digital audio, shared use of application and storage servers, printers, and fax machines, and use of email and instant messaging applications as well as many others. Computer networks differ in the transmission medium used to carry their signals, communications protocols to organize network traffic, the network's size, topology, traffic control mechanism and organizational intent.

These types of networks are built and owned by businesses that want to securely connect its various locations to share computer resources : Personal Area Network (PAN) , Local Area Network (LAN) , Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN) , Campus Area Network (CAN) , Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) , Wide Area Network (WAN) , Storage-Area Network (SAN) , System-Area Network (also known as SAN) , Passive Optical Local Area Network (POLAN) , Enterprise Private Network (EPN) , Virtual Private Network (VPN).

Latest 2018 Networking Projects Titles

Project Code Project Title
NtWrk2018001 Authenticated Outlier Mining for Outsourced Databases
NtWrk2018002 Cross-Rack-Aware Single Failure Recovery for Clustered File Systems
NtWrk2018003 Dynamic Optimal Countermeasure Selection for Intrusion Response System
NtWrk2018004 Dynamic Packet Forwarding Verification in SDN
NtWrk2018005 Efficient Fine-Grained Data Sharing Mechanism for Electronic Medical Record Systems with Mobile Devices
NtWrk2018006 Energy-efficient Superconductor Bloom Filters for Streaming Data Inspection
NtWrk2018007 Key based Artificial Fingerprint Generation for Privacy Protection
NtWrk2018008 Pattern-Growth based Mining Mouse Interaction Behavior for an Active User Authentication System