WLAN Integration

A Wireless Local Area Network links two or more devices using some wireless distribution method and usually providing a connection through an access point to the wider internet. This gives users the mobility to move around within a local coverage area and still be connected to the network. WLANs provide wireless network communication over short distances using radio or infrared signals instead of traditional network cabling. A WLAN typically extends an existing wired local area network. WLANs are built by attaching a device called the access point (AP) to the edge of the wired network. Clients communicate with the AP using wireless network adapters similar in function to a traditional Ethernet adapter. wire2wifi℠ has been working with various wireless operators and wire2wifi℠ experts have successfully executed the WLAN project with one of the leading wireless operator which fulfills the client’s technical and commercial need. The main criterion for the project to be successful is the reliability and the security of the corporate network and its resources.

Network Optimization

wire2wifi℠ has provided transport network optimization services for several wireless operators. In their experiences, wire2wifi℠ engineers have identified opportunities and achieved significant cost savings through practical network engineering and billing strategies. Wire2wifi℠ outlines a process to collect, organize, and validate network circuit data and to identify opportunities for the wireless operators to reduce transport network expenses through the reconciliation of the network data with the billing records. Reconciliation of network and billing data represents an opportunity to realize transport savings quickly. Beyond billing reconciliation, this data processing will enable wireless operators to develop baseline models for each active market using network inventory and design tools. Furthermore, the data collected can be used to build a comprehensive network inventory and design database to support ongoing design, provisioning, and maintenance functions.

Analysis and Evaluation of the Windows Event Log for Forensic Purposes

Event Log Analyzer carry out logs analysis for all Windows, Linux and Unix Systems, Switches and Routers (Cisco),other Syslog supporting devices, and applications like IIS, MS SQL. Event log analyzer application is capable of performing real-time log file analysis. Event log files analyzer application can carry out log file analysis of imported files. The files can be imported from the archive or from any machine.

The Windows Event log is often used in digital forensics cases, but, unfortunately, it is flawed in many ways, and often cannot be seen as a verifiable method of determining events. This project will analyse these weaknesses, and provide best practice for their analysis.

Implement a simulated 802.11 wireless radio

The wire2wifi℠ 802.11 layer implements a broad range of advanced functionality: station, access point, virtual access point, mesh networking, authentication/encryption, and more. This task implements a driver simulating a wireless radio in order to allow protocol-layer testing without the hassle of real live hardware limitations: interference, signal propagation, and regulatory domains. The driver should let the user specify a number of radios to be simulated, with an eye towards future work to simulate physical properties.

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