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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $500 - Posted
Looking for experienced Mikrotik RouterOS system admin to Setup Redundant & Secure BGP (full table) Internet Connection Using 2 x MikroTik CCR1036-8G-2S+ ( 2 x 10GB SPF+ ports ) 2 x Juniper EX4550 Switches (with stacking modules). Two Internet Uplinks to two different providers, each connected via one fibre link One provides the BGP peer in the same VLAN and one peer is only reachable via a routing hop (to show the different configuration) One provider hands the customer only one peering IP address and the other two (to show the different configuration) We use 2 BGP routers on our side for redundancy Both provide IPv4 and IPv6 Full Tables No traffic engineering to steer traffic to one provider over the other is done A failure of one router must not change anything for the user/customer one switch is allowed to lose one Uplink but not both, so traffic for the user/customers needs to be unaffected one fibre link leads to one Uplink down, but the traffic for the user/customers needs to be unaffected Chosen candidate with be provided with further details :
Skills: Computer Networking Mikrotik RouterOS Network Administration
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $20 - Posted
NETWORK ANALYSIS AND DESIGN ASSIGNMENT DUE DATE: 29/4/2016 Genome4U is a scientific research project at a large university in the Malaysia. Genome4U has recently started a large-scale project to sequence the genomes of 100,000 volunteers with a goal of creating a set of publicly accessible databases with human genomic, trait, and medical data. The project’s founder, a brilliant man with many talents and interests, tells you that the public databases will provide information to the world’s scientific community in general, not just those interested in medical research. Genome4U is trying not to prejudge how the data will be used because there may be opportunities for interconnections and correlations that computers can find that people might have missed. The founder envisions clusters of servers that will be accessible by researchers all over the world. The databases will be used by end users to study their own genetic heritage, with the help of their doctors and genetic counsellors. In addition, the data will be used by computer scientists, mathematicians, physicists, social scientists, and other researchers. The genome for a single human consists of complementary DNA strands wound together in a double helix. The strands hold 6 billion base pairs of nucleotides connected by hydrogen bonds. To store the research data, 1 byte of capacity is used for each base pair. As a result, 6 GB of data capacity is needed to store the genetic information of just one person. The project plans to use network-attached storage (NAS) clusters. In addition to genetic information, the project will ask volunteers to provide detailed information about their traits so that researchers can find correlations between traits and genes. Volunteers will also provide their medical records. Storage will be required for these data sets and the raw nucleotide data. You have been brought in as a network design consultant to help the Genome4U project. 1. List the major user communities. 2. List the major data stores and the user communities for each data store. 3. Characterize the network traffic in terms of flow, load, behavior, and QoS requirements. You will not be able to precisely characterize the traffic but provide some theories about it and document the types of tests you would conduct to prove your theories right or wrong. 4. What additional questions would you ask Genome4U’s founder about this project? Who besides the founder would you talk to and what questions would you ask them? REPORT • Cover Page • Table of contents • Introduction • The major user communities • Data stores and the user communities • Network traffic in terms of flow, load, behaviour, and QoS requirements • Additional questions • A conclusion with your reflection on the whole process ////: Readability/Introduction: Program easy to read Well documented Clear and straight forward. The major user communities Design Explanation on the selection Data stores and the user communities Design Document major data stores and link to the user communities Network traffic in terms of flow, load, behaviour, and QoS requirements Design Identifying and characterizing individual traffic flows between traffic sources and stores Additional questions Conclusion: A conclusion with your reflection on the whole process
Skills: Computer Networking IT Management report writing Technical writing
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $50 - Posted
I am working on a project of connecting 2 Raspberry Pi's to Air Quality Sensors connection & setup. The project is a part of the Internet of Things class(IoT) and I need the 2 devices to be connected to a main station (a Laptop ) and send data about the air quality to that station. I have: * 2 Raspberry Pi 3 with OS: (Raspbian GNU Linux 8.0) * 2 MQ-3 Alcohol Gas Sensor * 2 Electric Circuit boards * Wires Thank you. Aziz
Skills: Computer Networking Computer Engineering Embedded Linux Raspberry Pi
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $10 - Posted
I am a CEO of a 4 member company and all the systems are connected with single Wifi modem. I want to access (spy) all those computers and mobile phones connected to that wifi. So that I can make sure that employees are only involving in the required job. Currently I am using Team Viewer to access the file of other computer by entering password , ID and other silly stuffs. Simply, I want to spy on the system and mobiles connected to the wifi. If you already did something like this, please bid.
Skills: Computer Networking Computer Skills Internet Security Network Security
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $20 - Posted
Your day-to-day online interactions generate large volumes of packets that are carefully hidden from the end user and from the application. The TCP/IP model enables this abstraction. The goal of this job is for you to familiarize yourself with the underlying network activity as several day-to-day online activities are carried out. To complete this work you will use Wireshark.then you ahve to write a simple report about the.If you have previous experiance with wireshark that will be great but not mandatory(i can send you proper manual to do that).You need networking knowledge.More details will be given upon request.
Skills: Computer Networking report writing TCP/IP