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Academic Project Review

Guided by Compiled by
Shankar S. M.E Linux Professionals Team
Topics of Discussion

• Recap of our Project


• Project Scheduled
• Client / Server Connection
• Lookup State
• Cross Platform Access
• Conclusion
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Recap of our project
• Existing System
Network uses IPv4.
Lack of Addressing Space.
Lack of Security.

• Proposed System
Implementation of IPv6.
Increased address space
128 bits = 340 trillion 3 addresses.
Integrated security features.
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Topics of Discussion

• Recap of our Project


• Project Scheduled
• Client / Server Connection
• Lookup State
• Cross Platform Access
• Conclusion
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Our Project Scheduled
Module 1
– Kernel Compilation and Creation of Batch Work.
Module 2
– DNS Configuration Settings.
Module 3
– Establishing Connection between Client and Server.
Module 4
– Cross Platform Resource Access.
Module 5
– Testing our Project modules in System Testing.
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Topics of Discussion

• Recap of our Project


• Project Scheduled
• Client / Server Connection
• Lookup State
• Cross Platform Access
• Conclusion
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Client / Server Connection

• Registering the Clients with the Server through


desired port number.

• Check the status of server for adding the clients


in the network access.

• It can be done by specifying the IPv6 address for


each of the clients available in the network.

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Snapshots for Client and Server conn.

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Topics of Discussion

• Recap of our Project


• Project Scheduled
• Client / Server Connection
• Lookup State
• Cross Platform Access
• Conclusion
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Lookup State

• Initially the Server state is enabled.

• The Client checks the Server status through


desired port number.

• If the server is not responding the clients


produces an error message

“The server is not active”.

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Snap shot for Lookup State

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Snap shot for Lookup State

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Topics of Discussion

• Recap of our Project


• Project Scheduled
• Client / Server Connection
• Lookup State
• Cross Platform Access
• Conclusion
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Cross Platform Resource Access

• Server is under RedHat Linux with IPv6 Support.

• Client may be Windows / Linux family with IPv4 support.

• Enabling the IPV6 Support in Client / Server Machines


by service packs or kernel Modules.

• Finally, Messages and Files can be Transferred


regardless of the platform.

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Snap Shot of IPv6 DNS Panel

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Snap Shot of IPv4 DNS Record

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Snap Shot of IPv6 DNS Record

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Topics of Discussion

• Recap of our Project


• Project Scheduled
• Client / Server Connection
• Lookup State
• Cross Platform Access
• Conclusion
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Conclusion
• Long-term solution, Scalable, Reliable, Manageable

• Secure and High-performance IP networks.

• Resolving IPv6 and IPv4 name servers in network.

The Future Enhancement for our project involves:

• Implementation of IPv6 Name Server.

• Implementation of DHCP Name Server.

• Implementation of SAMBA Server.


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Questions?
• Thanks for your
attention
• Any questions?

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<<<<< Thanks to u all >>>>>

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