ENHANCED LOAD CONTROL AND POWER MONITORING SYSTEM USING DHCP ALGORITHM IN WIRELESS ENVIRONMENT

Dr R VADIVEL, M. Anusuya

Abstract


Wireless protocol is the load control method to be used on the zig bee method. The replace the cable by the personal area network on the flow of the various loads .the communication are transfer on the interconnection on the flow of the data.DHCP –Dynamic host Control protocol.Power load monitoring System. The usage and service options of a public network generally differ from a private (enterprise or home) network and consequently, the two networks are often configured differently. The existence of both types of networks motivates our need to improve support and management of nomadic users who frequently roam between them furthermore; our solution can be used to scale networks that are deployed in a large setting. This paper discuss in detail the various issues that need to be dealt with for achieving true device-level mobility, pointing out several unsolved problems in this area. The algorithms and software proposed in this paper have been implemented, are deployed, and are currently being used in a real-world public network that is operational at the Crossroads Mall in Bellevue, Washington.

Keywords


DHCP, MAC, address, pool, automatic allocation.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v9i2.5647

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