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Malleable Broadcasting of Monitoring Information in Heterogeneous Wireless Network

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The continuous innovations and advances in both high-end mobile devices and wireless communication technologies have increased the user demand and expectations for anywhere, anytime, any device high quality multimedia applications provisioning.we proposes CMT-QA that monitors and analyzes regularly each path’s data handling capability and makes the data delivery adaptation decisions to select the qualified paths for concurrent data transfer. CMT-QA outperforms existing solutions in terms of performance and quality of service. CMT-QA achieve high data delivery efficiency while still remain fair to concurrent TCP-like non-CMT flows on bottleneck links in wireless networks.
Index Terms:Quality Awareness, Concurrent Multipath Transfer, Monitoring Information, Heterogeneous wireless network.
In recent year, wireless communication technologies have experienced an extremely rapid development. Supported by the latest technological advances, mobile devices have also become smarter and many are already equipped with multiple network interface [1].Most of the organization they connect more numbers of systems to form a network to make their work easier to share their files and folders and to schedule the job. While connecting we want to monitor the network system activities for secure purpose. It deals with monitoring the Network Screen Activities [2]. It has two methodologies one for Base Station and another for Node. We introduce current session option to monitor the network systems at the same time and in the accesses folder option shows the username and user accessed folders and job scheduled. While Node logins to the Base Station, the Node IP Address and System names are added to the server [3]. Server will display all the user names, from server we can monitor the particular Node Screen Activities like that currently opened screens, what are all the files created, modified and deleted. Remote Desktop Services is one of Microsoft Windows components to access a remote computer through the network. Only the user interface of the application is presented at the Node. Any input is redirected over to the remote computer over the network. At work, we use Remote Desktop a great deal. It allows us to login to a remote server to perform health checks, deploy applications, troubleshoot problems, etc.
We also use remote desktop often when we do WFH (work from home). This project is an effort in to develop a simple IP Subnet Calculator tool only for class C IP. The IP Subnet Calculator was to give the user a quick and interactive method to calculate available subnet and hosts. Due to the repetitiveness of such calculates, tools such as an IP Subnet Calculator were developed to eliminate common mathematical mistakes. Furthermore, these tools also provide a means for the user to do such calculations without actually understanding the details behind calculating IP subnets. You have several choices for your Node application, including a range of web services. Here we proposes CMT-QA that monitors and analyzes regularly each path’s data handling capability and makes the data delivery adaptation decisions to select the qualified paths for concurrent data transfer[4]. CMT-QA outperforms existing solutions in terms of performance and quality of service.
P2P live streaming systems fall into three categories: tree based [12], [13] mesh-based [8], [10] and hybrid structure which combines both structures [32], Recently CMT has attracted extensive academic research interests. Dreibholz et al. [7] investigated the ongoing SCTP standardization progress in the IETF and gave an overview of activities and challenges in the areas of concurrent multipath transport and security. CMT-PF reduces the detection latency of link failures and improves CMT’s throughput. However, CMT-PF uses the same round-robin schedule of CMT to send packets equally over all the paths, despite their very likely different capacities. We showed that it achieves the global optimum. However, none of the above works consider the dynamic path selection according to the likely variation of the current network conditions.


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