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Secured Infrastructure Development For Educational University Using Servers, Firewalls And Biometric Devices

7221 words - 29 pages

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Department of Electrical, Computer & Communications Engineering
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MSc Project
Final Project Report

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Title: Secured infrastructure development for educational university using servers, firewalls and biometric devices
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Author: Azhar ur Rehman
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Academic Session: 2008-2009
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I also appreciate Mr Asifuddin Mohammed for his helpful comments and great suggestions.

I am extremely humble towards my friends who gave me a good time and made this project enjoyable, I would like to mention a few like muqayyar yazdani, Abdul raheem, avez Mohammed, muddasir khaja, rizwan hashmi, Azhar noman for his comments and areef uddin for his ideas, Mohammed Akbar for helping me now and them, may he rest in peace.

Abbreviations

IT: Information Technology
MANUU: Maulana Azad National Urdu University
DDE: Directorate of Distance Education
ISP: Internet Service Provider
TCP/IP: Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
DPI: Dots per Inch
HTML: Hyper Text Mark-up Language
LAN: Local Area Network
WAN: Wide Area Network
RAM: Random Access Memory
VPN: Virtual Private Network
SSL: Secure Sockets Layer
IPS: Intrusion Prevention System
P2P: Peer-2-Peer
IM: Instant Messaging
DMZ: Demilitarized Zone
OS: Operating System
RAID: Redundant Array of Independent Disks
SCSI: Small Computer System Interface
SAS: Serial Attached SCSI
PPPoE: Point-to-point Protocol over Ethernet
Wi-Fi: Wireless Fidelity
MAC: Media Access Control
SPI: Stateful Packet Inspection
DHCP: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
DNS: Domain Naming Server
ADDC: Active Directory Domain Controller
WINS: Windows Internet Naming Service

Secured Infrastructure Development for Educational University Using Servers, Firewalls & Biometric devices.

CONTENTS

Acknowledgements
Abbreviations

Topic Pg No.

1. Introduction ............................................................................................1
1.1. Problem Statement.............................................................................1
1.2. Approach ...........................................................................................2

2. Description of the field to Investigate ...................................................3
2.1. Current Infrastructure Investigation .................................................3
2.2. Requirement Gathering ....................................................................5
2.3. Requirement Gathering & Understanding Meeting I........................5
2.4. Costing & Budgeting Meeting II ......................................................6
2.5. Proposal for Acceptance & Fund release Meeting III ......................7

3. Main Chapter I: Features & Specifications of Hardware & Software..7
3.1. Biometric Device NAC 2500 Features & Specification .....................7
3.2. Biometric Software Time Tronix Features & Software Module..........8
3.3. Gossip Corporate Messenger Server & Client Features ......................9
3.4. Firewall- Fortigate 100A Features & Benefits ....................................11
3.5. Servers- HP Proliant ML Series Technical Specification....................12
3.6 Operating System- MS...

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