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IJSTR >> Volume 5 - Issue 4, April 2016 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

Website: http://www.ijstr.org

ISSN 2277-8616



Virtual File System Mounting & Searching With Network JVM For LAN

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AUTHOR(S)

Nikita Kamble, Vaishnavi Patil, Shweta Desai, Dhanashri Kasar, Mrunali Patil

 

KEYWORDS

Administrator, Customization, Histogram, JVM, Mounting, Network, Virtualization.

 

ABSTRACT

Computer technology has rapidly grown over past decades. Most of this can be attributed to the Internet as many computers now have a need to be networked together to establish an online connection. A local area network is a group of computers and associated devices that share a common communication line or wireless link to the service. Typically, a LAN compasses computers and peripherals connected to a secure server within a small geographic area such as an office building or home computer and other mobile devices that share resources such as printer or network storage. A LAN is contrasted in principle to a wide area network(WAN)which covers a larger geographic distance and may involve leased telecom circuits while the media for LANs are locally managed. Ethernet are twisted pair cabling & Wi-Fi are the two most common transmission technologies in use for LAN. The rise of virtualization has fueled the development of virtual LAN(WLAN)which allows network administrator to logically group network nodes & partition their networks without the need for major infrastructure changes. In some situations, a wireless LAN or Wi-Fi maybe preferable to a wired LAN because of its flexibility & cost. Companies are asserting WLANs as a replacement for their wired infrastructure as the number of smart phones, tablets & other mobile devices proliferates.

 

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