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I need topics for both subjects .
As discussed in another thread authentication using Key dynamics wont work.
 
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Gaurav Wadhwani wrote:I need topics for both subjects .



How can you make current communication over network more secure and better? More encryption in terms of bits? What's after HTTPS? HTTPS+? The problem with any security is the same technology can be used for malicious purpose too. How can you restrict or atleast limit it?

Do you want to implement a new network protocol? Why is it absolutely required to have your NEW protocol that can not be satisfied with existing technology?

Computer Network is vast field. Please specify for what stage you are looking the research topic for? Is it some college level paper presentation or some PhD level topic?
 
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Ok if someone is strong with multimedia protocols, can they tell me how is the video(which also contains audio) sent?

From the servers point of view, are video and audio separated and sent, or they are clubbed along?
 
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Saurabh Pillai wrote:

Gaurav Wadhwani wrote:I need topics for both subjects .



How can you make current communication over network more secure and better? More encryption in terms of bits? What's after HTTPS? HTTPS+? The problem with any security is the same technology can be used for malicious purpose too. How can you restrict or atleast limit it?

Do you want to implement a new network protocol? Why is it absolutely required to have your NEW protocol that can not be satisfied with existing technology?

Computer Network is vast field. Please specify for what stage you are looking the research topic for? Is it some college level paper presentation or some PhD level topic?



Its like, i want to get as many ideas or topics in hand so I can find something that suits my interest. I have topics, but some direction is needed.

I would like something in Traffic engineering, maybe routing or something else.
 
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Gaurav Wadhwani wrote:Ok if someone is strong with multimedia protocols, can they tell me how is the video(which also contains audio) sent?

From the servers point of view, are video and audio separated and sent, or they are clubbed along?



Video is just a stream of octets (usually bytes). Same as audio. Same as text.

Nearly all of the time, one file is sent that contains video, audio, subtitles, list of characters, casts, etc.
 
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