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Title: Developing Small potable router GNU/Linux With Text User Interace For Student Learning
Authors: Indira Cempakasari
Advisors: Asep Fajar Firmansyah Iwa Airlangga
Feri Fahrianto
Publisher: UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta : Fakultas Sains dan Teknologi UIN Syarif Hidayatullah, 2011
Series/Report no.: 0111-11-10264;1516 SI s
Abstract: There are some routers such as Cisco, Mikrotik, Freesco router and RouSer. Every router has their advantages and weaknesses. Almost routers that are exist do not use open source applications and less portability, only few routers that are portable and open source. So that it is developed a portable router GNU/Linux that is all applications are open source, portable, simple, provides Text User Interface inside the system and provide Text User Interface for installing the router to flash disk or portable storage. The function of router is to route the packets in different network. This portable router in this research uses Slackware core, open source applications for routing, and interfaces that are built use bash scripting. The interfaces consist of installation interface and configuration interface. Methodology for the development of router is prototype model. In every prototype, there is feedback from the customer so that the prototype is developed more. In prototyping model, there is no limit time. There are three prototypes to develop the router. The development of the first prototype followed the user requirement from the customer and the next prototype followed the feedback customers. The router testing consists of installation interface (hard disk and flash disk) and configuration interfaces. After doing analysis and implementation, to develop portable router GNU/Linux can use Slackware core, packets needed for routing, boot live for booting live CD in order this router can be installed and boot. To make easy and to help students and lectures as end users in the usage of this router, this router is provided user interface for configuration and installing the router. User interface used in this router is Text User Interface. In the next development, the router should be able to do dynamic routing, firewall, and they should work with interface to ease the students and lectures as the end users.
Description: xviii, 134 hal.; 28 cm
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