Research

I am interested in systems and networking, specifically in the architecture, performance, security, and resiliency. I love to use commodity components, open standards, and Free/Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS) in my research. Most of the time, I try to leverage existing, sometimes outdated, system for harvesting more of its values.

My previous research projects are on intrusion detection/reporting system, GNU/Linux system development, also portable systems and applications for low-cost computer. Over the past 5 years, I have been conducting research on commodity cluster for high-performance computing and performance evaluation of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) systems.

Currently, I am keen on studying Software-Defined Networking (SDN), since my research (plan) in doctoral study is on this topic.

Keywords: cluster/commodity computing, networking, software-defined networking

Current Research

  • Design of High-Availability Campus Network Using Triangle Topology+OSPF
  • Design of Efficient and Secure DNS in Campus Network
  • Developing Optimized and Secure SDN Topology Discovery

Currently Writing

  • Building IP PBX for VoIP Communication Service in Campus Network
  • Commodity Render Farm Using Single System Image

Potential Research

  • Interconnection of PBX and IP PBXs in Campus Network
  • VoIP Security Using Voice and Data Separation in VLAN Internetworks
  • Performance of VoIP using FreeSWITCH on Raspberry Pi and Cubieboard
  • Portable and Secure VoIP Communication System for Rural Area
  • GNU/Linux Distribution for Higher Education

Previous Research