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GSM based LAN Monitoring System


Aditya Kadam , Atharva College of Engineering University of Mumbai, India; Sachin Baikar, Atharva College of Engineering University of Mumbai, India; Arvind Kote, Atharva College of Engineering University of Mumbai, India; A.P. Trupti Shah, Atharva College of Engineering University of Mumbai, India


GSM, LAN Monitoring System


Many organizations have a huge network of LAN which is difficult to manage by a single system administrator manually. The GSM based LAN monitoring system will monitor all the physical devices i.e. PC’s from handheld device called mobile. The system has shut down, process list, broadcasting message and net view modules to trace and keep track of various client activities. The targeted users are labs in colleges and various other organizations. The most required module in the field of IT industries is the efficient computer network management. There are many requests related to such networks which network manager needs to solve immediately for avoiding the any kind of interruptions. But sometimes, network managers may not be flexible, so in such cases there is not possible to resolve any requested issues with the office network tasks. Thus in order to solve such problems in this project we describes the architecture of a novel tool for network management using GSM/GPRS mobile devices. Rather than depending on third party information, you can always have your cell phone serve the purpose. Just download the project in your mobile phone, login anytime to the application and see who is busy with what in the office. There is a LAN setup with the server machine connected to GSM service provider via a GSM modem. The communication between the clients and the wireless media happens through this server and then, it shows results by depicting the screen of several mobile devices, which provide network management information.

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Paper ID: NCTAAP056
Published in: Conference 4 : NCTAA 2016
Publication Date: 29/01/2016
Page(s): 238-242

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