Format for Submission of Project Synopsis
Title: “GSM BASED LAN MONITORING”
Miss Archana A. Shewale.
Miss Nutan B. Jadhav.
email@example.com Miss Lata M.Nikam.
Miss Gouri T.Karande.
In this paper we will describe how mobile phones can be used for remote monitoring and control. By augmenting an existing or new product with an embedded information-server, the product can be remotely controlled in a very cost effective way. We will describe the many different benefits of using embedded information-servers by a set of example scenarios. The scenarios will illustrate that increased product value, decreased development cost, decreased per-unit cost, as well as, decreased cost for service and support can be achieved by equipping products with information-servers. We will describe the technologies that can be used to realize embedded information-servers, and their respective strengths and drawbacks. We will also describe how the embedded information-servers fit into the vision of the mobile internet. Technical details:
Relevant literature overview
Delgado, Picking, and Grout (2006) consider the problems with the implementation of GSM Based Lan Monitoring systems. Furthermore the possible solutions are devised through various network technologies. Several issues affecting GSM Based Lan Monitoring systems such as lack of robustness, compatibility issue and acceptability among the old and disabled people are discussed. Ciubotaru-Petrescu, Chiciudean, Cioarga, and Stanescu (2006) present a design and implementation of SMS based control for monitoring systems. The paper has three modules involving sensing unit for monitoring the complex applications. A processing unit that is microcontroller and a communication module that uses GPRS modem or cell phone via serial port RS-232. The SMS is used for status reporting such as power failure. In their paper, Alkar and Buhur (2005) propose an Internet Based Wireless System for Multifunctional Devices. This paper proposes a low cost and flexible web-based solution but this system has some limitations such as the range and power failure. Murthy (2008) explores primary health-care management for the rural population. A solution proposes the use of the mobile web-technologies providing the PHC services to the rural population. The system involves the use of SMS and cell phone technology for information management, transactional exchange and personal communication. Jawarkar, Ahmed, Ladhake, and Thakare (2008) propose remote monitoring through mobile phone involving the use of spoken commands. The spoken commands are generated and sent in the form of text SMS to the control system and then the microcontroller on the basis of SMS takes a decision of a particular task.
Outline of Proposed work / Architecture:
In a concern, computers are grouped together to form a network. To manage and control the activities of the network while in office is an easy task. But, while you are outstation / away from office, how do you go about with monitoring and controlling of network? Instead of depending on third party information, you can always have your cell phone serve the purpose. Just load the project in your cell phone, login anytime to the application and see who is busy with what in the office. Consider a lan setup with the server machine connected to gsm service provider via a gsm modem. The interaction between the clients and the wireless media happens through this server. The lan monitor also displays real-time traffic statistics, including bytes sent and received, transmission errors, and network connection. Features controlled from cell phone are: • start process • kill process • shut down • new file • list • delete file • broadcast messages
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