A Spatial Decision Support System for Wireless Local Area Network.

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  • ปัญหาในการวิจัย
  • Indentify goals, Advancetage and disadvancetage ? Why Nagios ?Timtable plan
  • A Spatial Decision Support System for Wireless Local Area Network.

    1. 1. A Spatial Decision Support System for Wireless Local Area Network Researcher: Mr. Mongkon Tengrungroj Advisor: Asst.Prof. Kanda Saikaew, Ph.D.
    2. 2.  Principle and reasons Objectives of the research Literature review Research methodology Limitations of studyAgenda
    3. 3.  KKU has 626 access points. KKU’s population and internet access need increase. KKU has wireless network monitoring system (https://cactiwifi.kku.net) ,but not serves for executives and users. No decision support system for administrators and executives.Principle and reasons
    4. 4.  To implement wireless LAN monitoring system for administrators, users and executives. To implement a spatial decision support system for KKU’s wireless local area network. To evaluate the performance of wireless LAN monitoring system and a spatial decision support system.Objective of the research
    5. 5.  Past, present, and future of decision support technology. [1] Spatial decision support systems: An overview of technology and a test of efficacy[2] A Spatial Decision Support System for Planning Broadband, Fixed Wireless Telecommunication Networks [3]Literature review
    6. 6.  Use of Open source Technologies for Enterprise Server Monitoring Using SNMP [4] Development of an Open Source Network Management & Monitoring Platform for Wireless Broadband Service Provider in Rural Areas. [5]Literature review
    7. 7. Executives’s view 3. - Where should I provide wi-fi services. 4. - How about wi-fi activities. - How about user activities. 2. Web interfacesAccess points Administrators’s view - How about wi-fi status. - How about user activities. 1. Users’s view - Where are services area. - Where should I use wi-fi. Research methodology
    8. 8. Nagios Architecture [6]Research methodology
    9. 9. Research methodology
    10. 10. Research methodology
    11. 11.  Do not discuss network security issues intrinsic to wireless data transfer or wireless network protocols Use only KKU’s wireless network and users as the proof of conceptsLimitations of study
    12. 12. Questions ???
    13. 13. [1] Past, present, and future of decision support technology, J.P.Smith, Merrill Warkentin, James F.Courtney, Daniel J.Power, Ramesh Sharda, Christer Carlsson in Decision SupportSystem33(2002)[2] Spatial decision support systems: An overview of technologyand a test of efficacy, M.D.Crossland, (1995) Decision SupportSystems.[3] A Spatial Decision Support System for PlanningBroadband, Fixed Wireless Telecommunication Networks , KevinPaul Scheibe, April 4, 2003[4] Use of Opensource Technologies for Enterprise ServerMonitoring Using SNMP, Anshul Kausik in IJCSE Vol 02, No 07, 2010[5] Development of an Open Source Network Management &Monitoring Platform for Wireless Broadband Service Provider inRural Areas, Yu Cai in IEEE, 2010[6] Nagios core http://onaxer.com/blog/blog/2010/01/24/nagios-architecture/ cited: Oct 16, 2011References

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