Web-based network management configuration for the Indonesian Eastern Fleet Wide Area Network
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This thesis presents a model of an integrated wide area network using web-based network management to support fleet operations of the Indonesian Eastern Fleet. It surveys possibilities for improving the Indonesian Eastern Fleet's computer communications network systems to provide a fast, reliable, and effective way of gathering and distributing information to all fleet units. A standardized LAN infrastructure and the use of an appropriate network hardware and software was recommended to achieve connectivity of all main naval base LANs in an integrated WAN. This thesis provides a design of the Indonesian Eastern Fleet WAN that was tested using a leading edge simulation tool, EXTENDv4. A feasible sized WAN communication architecture was modeled utilizing scaling techniques, which simulated the operation of the Indonesian Eastern Fleet WAN that linked six Fast Ethernet LANs configuration in a one worksheet PC wide screen. A reliable wide area network design using ISDN 128 Kbps and T1 line 1. 544 Mbps has been proved in this thesis by executing tests and simulation runs using EXTENDv4 software simulation program.
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