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VIRTUAL ROUTING

A mini project report submitted to JAWAHARLAL NEHRU TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, ANANTAPUR In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of the degree of BACHELOR OF TECHNOLOGY IN COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING Submitted by
P.SWARNA LASYA M.SAI KIRAN T.SIVA M.VASANTHA 08691A05A2 08691A0582 08691A0591 08691A05B2

Under the Esteemed guidance of


Mr. S.VIKRAM PHANEENDRA, M.tech
Assistant professor

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE MADANAPALLE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE


(Approved by AICTE, New Delhi, Affliated to JNTU-Anantapur) (An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Institution)

Madanapalle 517 325, Andhra pradesh.

ABSTRACT

INTRODUCTION

The main objective of our project is to maximize the efficiency of the routing process by suggesting the potential user a better algorithm. For sending information from one network to other network through a subnet efficiently, one has to select a better routing technique among the several techniques available. So far no routing Algorithm is reported to be outright choice for all possible cases. So an attempt is made to

provide such a routing technique which provides better results for a given configuration of the subnet in real time.

PURPOSE OF THE PROJECT

1. The

topology

of

the subnet should

be displayed

with

routers

designated with computer images and links with lines.

2. Various Statistics for the router like efficiency, average packet size are to be displayed when required.

3. Statistics for the link like propagation delay, buffers filled are to be displayed when ever needed.

4. When a link is down, it should be highlighted. This gives an idea of how the routing goes when a link is down.

Software Environment

Front end

: J2SDK1.6 or later versions

Operating system : Windows 2000 or Win XP

Hardware Environment Processer RAM Hard disk : Pentium IV : 256 : Minimum 5 GB free space

Monitor

: Color monitor