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Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
The software we need to develop is a windows desktop application that has 3 main screens. The basic tasks of the application are 1) to collect/modify data from a DB, via simple SQL scripts, 2) to establish a connection on a TCP/IP socket to a local server and exchange information in that socket, 3) to get real-time video streamings (preferrably with the ONVIF protocol) from few video surveillance IP cameras and display the videos on a multi-frame screen. Attached you could find a series of screenshots of the software, with explanations of how the UI should "feel" and work. The application should be optimized for portrait-oriented TOUCH-screens. It should also be resizable to fit different resolutions (even though it will be run by modern desktop computers or tablets, so full-HD is to be expected). The UI language will be Italian. We will provide all the wordings. The application should be developed in Java and it should be opened in the NetBeans environment. Currently we already have an application written in C++, similar to what we aim to achieve now. This application has limited functionalities compared to the ones described above and is still a little buggy/unrefined, but we can provide the code for reference or help. We are looking for an experienced developer in Java, with intermediate understanding of SQL commands, ability to establish a TCP/IP connection to a server and exchange data strings on it. We are also looking for someone that can help us finding a technical solution for the video-streaming environment of the software, since this part is still not very well defined. The DB to which the application should connect to retrieve some info is Firebird/Interbase type.
Skills: TCP/IP Core Java SQL
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $150 - Posted
Hello. I need a bot for The bot must be based on http-requests usage (NO web browser). Work with proxy and multi-threading. Preferably in a form of software using C#. Must have INFO logging be stable and parse the maximum amount of errors during work process. Back in time, I've done a lot of bots by myself in C# so know that for right person its not that much work and can be done in 1-3 days. The bot must be able to: -create accounts. -parse meetup groups by parameters. -message group members.
Skills: TCP/IP C# Java
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $2,000 - Posted
App running on Windows server, updating from sql server tables, card id numbers authorized to open door every time a new record is created or updated in the table. This is done using TCP Socks connection to access control board. App must handle two types of access control boards, for one we have SDK for the other we have sample source code to access and program the board App must also upload/download config parameters from boards
Skills: TCP/IP C C++ SQL
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $25 - Posted
I'm looking for a developer that has already written once an application that uses TCP Hole Punching, I've already written an application but I have issues with the socket port binding. The server part is already written, so both clients already have the Public and Private info of each other I just can't get the clients to connect. I'm not looking for someone to figure this out for me, I'm looking for someone that understands what TCP Hole Punching is and has already done it before using a .NET language. If you've done this before but are not happy with the price, please let me know and I'll gladly negotiate. This is an urgent project, and I expect you to be able to explain this to me quite fast or provide me with a working code sample. I will share the code with you if you're the right candidate. Thanks you
Skills: TCP/IP C# Software Defined Networking (SDN)
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $5,000 - Posted
We are looking to implement the attached paper for testing purposes. the paper explains how to add FEC for steams with open source software. Forward Error Correction is an efficient solution to the packet loss problem. Data source symbols being sent across a network may be encoded using erasure codes to create redundant data. This redundant data may then be decoded on the receiving end to recover dropped packets. Many different erasure codes exist. The FEC component of this video streaming library has been implemented using Reed-Solomon based codes from an open-source erasure coding library, Jerasure. Reed-Solomon codes fall under the category of erasure codes labeled as MDS (Maximum Distance Separable). MDS codes have a nice property: k source symbols can be encoded to create m repair symbols such that among the k+m total symbols, any m erasures are tolerable. This means that data recovery is possible for any combination of m packets lost as long as at least k packets are received. The type of packet(s) received (source or repair) does not matter. Kindly check the attached paper for more information. please read the paper carefully and place your bid with REAL value.
Skills: TCP/IP Unix Video Streaming
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $3,500 - Posted
I've written a best selling Cisco CCNA RS manual but need help updating it for the brand new CCNA topics which are listed below. I need theory notes writing with comprehensive images when required which I will have recreated by my designer. Most of the topics will also require either mini labs for students to practise the configuration commands and or main labs copying the format I currently use in my manual. I will have your notes proofread and then added to the current manual. You must be a current CCIE RS lab qualified with a CCIE number. I don't want any written only applicants. Must be able to write in clear English: Describe how cloud resources impact an enterprise architecture. This topic includes a discussion of traffic paths to internal (e.g. enterprise) and external (e.g. cloud) resources, virtual services, and basic virtual network architecture. Configure and verify LLDP (Link Layer Discovery Protocol). LLDP is an industry-standard protocol that performs similar features to CDP (Cisco Discovery Protocol). Configure, verify, and troubleshoot multi-area OSPFv2 for IPv4 networks. The previous CCNA version only required that you be able to configure and verify single area OSPFv2. However, this configuration is basic, and does not include authentication, filtering, manual summarization, route redistribution, stub areas, virtual links, or LSAs. Configure, verify, and troubleshoot VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) version 1 and 2. Configure, verify, and troubleshoot multi-area OSPFv3 for IPv6 networks. The previous CCNA version only required that you be able to configure and verify single area OSPFv3. However, this configuration is basic, and does not include authentication, filtering, manual summarization, route redistribution, or stub areas. Configure, verify, and troubleshoot EIGRP for IPv6 networks.The previous CCNA version only required that you be able to configure and verify EIGRP for IPv4 networks. However, this configuration is basic, and does not include authentication, filtering, manual summarization, route redistribution, or the stub feature. Configure, verify, and troubleshoot RIPv2 for IPv4. The previous CCNA version did not include any version of RIP. However, this configuration is basic, and does not include authentication, filtering, manual summarization, or route redistribution. Configure and verify Multilink PPP (MLPPP). This feature allows multiple physical interfaces to be logically bundled into a single virtual interface, which can improve WAN throughput. Describe Internet VPN options, including Dynamic Multipoint VPN (DMVPN), site-to-site VPN, and client VPN. Configure and verify a single-homed eBGP (External Border Gateway Protocol) IPv4 connection. Personally, this is the biggest surprise on the new CCNA blueprint, because BGP topics have traditionally been considered too advanced for the CCNA certification. However, the BGP configuration is a basic one, limited to peering and route advertisement using only the network command. Describe Quality of Service (QoS) concepts. This topic includes the theory of marking traffic, trusting certain devices (e.g. Cisco IP Phones), prioritizing some traffic types over others (e.g. preferring voice traffic over network gaming traffic), setting a speed limit on traffic using policing and shaping, and congestion management (i.e. using queuing technologies to allocate bandwidth amounts for different traffic classes). Describe how to secure network access using 802.1x. Explain how to use DHCP snooping to prevent a malicious user from adding their own DHCP server to a network, for the purpose of sending inaccurate IP addressing information to DHCP clients. Verify IPv6 Access Control Lists (ACLs). The previous version of the exam only tested on IPv4 ACLs. Verify Access Control Lists (ACLs) using the APIC-EM Path Trace ACL Analysis tool, where APIC-EM stand for Application Policy Infrastructure Controller – Enterprise Module. Discuss how to secure devices using AAA (i.e. Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting) with either the TACACS+ or RADIUS protocols. Using ICMP echo-based IP SLA to troubleshoot connectivity. Instead of using a basic Ping command to test for connectivity, the IP SLA features allows you to specify the characteristics of traffic sent to a destination network device. Be able to use the Local Switched Port Analyzer (SPAN) features to troubleshoot network issues. SPAN allows you to connect a network monitor to a switch port. That port can then receive a copy of traffic seen on another of the switch’s ports or VLANs, allowing the network monitor to analyze that traffic. Discuss network programmability in an enterprise network architecture. This discussions covers the function of a controller, the separation of the control plane and the data plane, and northbound vs. southbound APIs.
Skills: TCP/IP Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert (CCIE)
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $8,000 - Posted
We're Startup Team Looking For Long-Term Partnership For Taking Over Driver / System Bring-Up Code Job From Us. For Us To Focuses On Our Valuable Jobs And Keep It Agile. The Jobs Require You To Bring Up System And Modify U-boot Bootloader / Porting Driver For Peripherals / MCU Firmware Code Job / HAL / Deal With Sensor Fusion / OTA. It Will Use Android 5.0 And 9" Display With Cypress Touch Controller True Touch. Relative Information Please See System Block Diagram. The System Is Divided Into 6 Sections. 1. M0+MCU Freescale NXP Kinetis EA Series Manage PMIC For Application Processor Use A M0+ MCU To Control Power Management IC Deciding The Timing To Wake Up Application Processor. If Some Signal Comes In From Configured IO MCU Will Judge What Kind Of Captured Signal Is To Set System Power.The Status Of Application Processor Like Working / Wakeup / Sleep Depends On PMIC That's Controlled By MCU With Different Signals. For Example One Of Configured GPIOs Get 12V Signal And Another Configured GPIO Get Different 12V Signal Means Wakeup. If Some Configured GPIOs Should Have Coming Signals But Capture Nothing Means Sleep. Manage Control Area Network & Local Interconnect Network 2 Serial Bus M0+ MCU Will Take The Role As CAN / LIN Master Node With Two NXP Physical Interface. CAN Requires 2.0B Deployment And With And Be Both Of Message Listener / Talker For External Devices. LIN Is An Optional Preservation Kept For Feature. Here Will Be A EEPROM For Initialize CAN Network And Record Error Message And Logs. 2. Intersil TW8836 8051 Base MCU By Application Processor LCD Video Processor As Switch Hub For Diff. Video Signals To Share One Display. It Support Scaler Can Handle Different Resolution To Match Selected Display. Video Signals May Be From Camera With CVBS And LVDS. The Video Processor Will Take The Job To Switch Display For External Devices. External Devices Through The Processor Share One Display With Application Processor. Besides When Application Processor With A Daemon / Specific Thread Get Some Error Message Of CAN From a HAL To M0+ MCU Then Through Some Put To Video Processor No Matter What The Display Is Working For Will Show The Relative Alarm Message With Standalone GUI Running On Video Processor Upon Display. 3. Microchip LAN89730 As Ethernet Pre-Processor Application Processor I.MX6 Has RMII Interface For Ethernet Physical Interface. Unfortunately The Clocking To Transceiver Is From An Internal PLL Clock In Common With Cortex A9 Cores. It Will Make A Problem When Application Processor Receives TCP/UDP Packets Frequently Due To Interrupt Issue The Clock Will Be A Big Haul To Application Processor. If Here Requires QoS To Ask Lower Latency The Problem Will Be More Critical. LAN89730 Is For The Purpose To Optimize Networking Performance / Manage Packet Traffic And By Interfacing HSIC To Application Processor Can Apply Bulk-In / Bulk-Out Direct Memory Access Feature To Reduce CPU Workload From Bottom-Up(Physical To MAC). 4. Freescale / NXP I.MX6 Quad Application Processor Here Are Some General Peripherals Connected To Application Processor Including USB OTG / USB HOST / RS232 / RS485(422) Full Duplex / ST MEM Gyro & Accelerometer Combo (May Be With An MCU As Sensor Hub To Application Processor)/ HDMI(MHL)Receiver / BT & WIFI Combo Module / Audio Codec And Touch Controller Using I2C And Another CAN(CAN II). USB OTG For Connections To External Device Like Mobile Phone For A Bridge With HDMI Receiver Or For Android Devices To Work Together And HOST For Audio Decoder IC Share One USB Connector With Application Processor. RS232 Is For GPS Module By AT Command Through RS232 Protocol. 6. BT CSR BC5MM Standalone On Flash Bluetooth For Bluetooth Hands-Free Application Need Following Profile: As An Acceptor To Get Streaming Music & Video From Mobile - A2DP / GAVDP To Find Connectible Devices - GAP Connect To Mobile For Hands-Free Application - HFP Get SMS Message From Mobile - MAP Exchange Of Phone Book Object From Mobile - PBAB Enable Phone - SAP (Attached File Update)
Skills: TCP/IP Android Bluetooth C