Wide Area Network Research Topics

Wide-area network (WAN) research topic is now widely utilized to enhance the network connection. Varies technologies and parameters are analyzed in this research to get a best outcomes. Here we have some wide area network based concepts, applications, methods and parameters.

  1. Define Wide-Area Network?

We start by defining the WAN as it extends beyond huge campus or single construction to include all kinds of locations spread through a particular global world or topographical zone. It is linked to cloud application, cloud storage, office and data.

  1. What is Wide-Area Network?

Next to the definition we see the detailed explanation of the WAN it’s, linked to cloud application, cloud storage, office and data. While WAN as it extends beyond huge campus or single construction to include all kinds of locations spread through a particular global world or topographical zone.

  1. Where Wide-Area Network is used?

After the explanation of wide area, we discuss where to incorporate wide area network. Is contains various locations like even the world or terrestrial zone for single construction or huge constructions outside. Several global branch offices and business management linked their office network using WAN.

  1. Why Wide-Area Network technology is proposed? Previous technology issues

Next, to the explanation of WAN are utilized to examine Local area network (LAN), every office has its LAN these LANs are linked with WAN. It is used for linking with their office network in huge business management. The major issues can be split horizon issues, loss of Internet connectivity, perceived issues due to company policies and practices, loss of Internet connectivity, interface issues, satellite issues, DNS issues, and router configuration issues.

  1. Algorithms/ protocols

The WAN proposed in this work it overcomes the limitations; we provide some methods or techniques to be employed for wide area network federated Learning, artificial fish swarm optimization, simple Two-way Active measurement Protocol, and stochastic approximation algorithm.

  1. Comparative study / Analysis

Following the algorithms or protocols to be employed in our work, we have to compare more techniques to analyze the corresponding results; here we have provide some technologies to be compared

  • For Bandwidth management and scheduling we suggest Optimize GEO-Distributed Machine Learning with Artificial Fish Swarm Optimization (OGEO-DML-AFSO) techniques. To increase resource efficiency and bandwidth management. Begin we collect the real-time datas from the users devices then we have resource scheduling and resource allocation using OGEO-DML-AFSO in OGEO-DML technique. It has two types like inter and intra scheduling. OH-DSWRT method used for scheduling it is called inter scheduling. DR-RoWAN technique used for network resource allocation. Federated learning method used for increase the efficiency and bandwidth management.
  • For SDN-WAN controller and connectivity delay we introduce Binary Linear Programming Model and the Two-Timescale Stochastic Algorithm (BLPM-2TSA) algorithm. Combined SD-WAN used for low complexity. Linking delays in controllers by using BLPM-2TSA methodology. The STAMP algorithm used for network monitoring performance.
  • For Fault detection in WAN we recommend Phasor Measurement Units tool. To find the faults accurately, and improve the reliability, flexibility.
  1. Simulation results / Parameters

Successfully achieving the comparative analysis, we have to compare varies parameters for the wide area network to obtain consistent outcome.

For WAN we compare the parameter like detection accuracy, bandwidth, detection Time, absolute correlation coefficient, and Utilization these all parameters were compared with fault detection (probability), time, flow bandwidth, response time and maximum rate these are the parameters that we compared to find the best outcomes.

  1. Dataset LINKS / Important URL

In this the parameters we designated are compared to obtain the better results, and then afterwards we provide some important links here that is very useful to summary the wide area network environment uses, application and some additional references for any explanation we use through the following links;

  1. Wide-Area Network Applications

We provide some application for wide area network like share resources between employees and customers communicate using voice and video, remotely back up data and access data storage are some of the applications to be utilized in wide area network.

  1. Topology for Wide-Area Network

We have provide some topology for wide-area network like the bus topology, this network is linked with various places by high-volume network cabling and is also classified by hard cabling, the ring topology, it has a places set out in a ring, and the star topology, it has a places set out in a star formation which employ service to activate in wide area network.

  1. Environment in Wide-Area Network

We discuss the WAN is contains various locations like even the world or terrestrial zone for single construction or huge constructions outside. This methodology is linked with data centers, cloud storage, your office, and cloud application.

  1. Simulation tools

The suggested structure requires the subsequent software requirements. We require that the WAN is to implement this work by incorporating the language Python and it is developed by the tool NS 3.26. The operating system that is required for the work is Ubuntu 16.04 or above version. These are all the software requirements that we employed for wide area network.

  1. Results

Wide area network is employed improve effective accuracy and overall performance we have suggested in this research to overcome the previous limitations or issues. In this we compared various methodologies to analyze and utilize various parameters to find the perfect result for this research. The software requirements that need to be implemented the research is python and the tool is NS 3.26.

Wide Area Network Research Ideas:

Here is some research topics regarding WAN was listed. These topics are helpful to us when we have any doubts related to this research.

  1. OpenData: A Framework to Train and Deploy ML Solutions in Wide-Area Networks
  2. From MPLS to SD-WAN to ensure QoS and QoE in cloud-based applications
  3. A survey on Software-defined Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) architectures
  4. Partitioning Traffic Engineering in Software Defined Wide Area Networks
  5. Data plane failure and its recovery techniques in SDN: A systematic literature review
  6. Resilience of Delay-sensitive Services with Transport-layer Monitoring in SD-WAN
  7. Review of Wide-Area Controllers for Supporting Power System Stability
  8. Distribution management systems for smart grid: Architecture, work flows, and interoperability
  9. Improving the Reliability in Smart Grid Neighbourhood Area Networks by Avoiding Frequent Path Selection
  10. Deep-learning based denial-of-service resilient framework for wide area situational awareness of power systems
  11. A survey on LPWAN-5G integration: Main challenges and potential solutions
  12. AI-aided integrated terrestrial and non-terrestrial 6G solutions for sustainable maritime networking
  13. The factors for choosing among NB-IoT, LoRaWAN, and Sigfox radio communication technologies for IoT networking
  14. Modeling and stability prediction for the static-power-converters interfaced flexible AC traction power supply system with power sharing scheme
  15. Multi-layered energy efficiency in LoRa-WAN networks: A tutorial
  16. Grandet: Cost-aware Traffic Scheduling without Prior Knowledge in SD-WAN
  17. GreenLoRaWAN: An energy efficient and resilient LoRaWAN communication protocol
  18. Privacy leakage of LoRaWAN smart parking occupancy sensors
  19. Maintaining the Network Performance of Software-Defined WANs With Efficient Critical Routing
  20. Wide-area stability control strategy based on a novel branch transient transfer capability (BTTC) index
  21. Incomplete information stochastic game theoretic vulnerability management for wide-area damping control against cyber attacks
  22. Toward flexible and predictable path programmability recovery under multiple controller failures in software-defined WANs
  23. SNAG: SDN-Managed Network Architecture for GridFTP Transfers Using Application-Awareness
  24. Design and Defense of Modal Resonance-Oriented Cyber-Attack against Wide-Area Damping Control
  25. Scaling optical interconnects for hyperscale data center networks
  26. Line Quality Evaluation and Service Scheduling Scheme Based on SD-WAN Network
  27. Review on optimization techniques and role of Artificial Intelligence in home energy management systems
  28. A comprehensive review of cyber-attacks and defense mechanisms for improving security in smart grid energy systems: Past, present and future
  29. ENERO: Efficient real-time WAN routing optimization with Deep Reinforcement Learning
  30. Novel industry architectures for connectivity solutions in the smart distribution grids
  31. Home Energy Management Systems: A Review of the Concept, Architecture, and Scheduling Strategies
  32. Smart remote sensing network for early warning of disaster risks
  33. Towards a Highly-Available SD-WAN: Rapid Failover based on BFD Protocol
  34. Development of a smart sensing unit for LoRaWAN-based IoT flood monitoring and warning system in catchment areas
  35. Structure-Aware Recurrent Learning Machine for Short-Term Voltage Trajectory Sensitivity Prediction
  36. Aerospace Integrated Networks Innovation for Empowering 6G: A Survey and Future Challenges
  37. Current and future communication solutions for smart grids: A review
  38. P4fl: An architecture for federating learning with in-network processing
  39. Live migration of virtual machine memory content in networked systems
  40. Open Source Intelligence Driven Moving Target Defense for Secure Software-defined WAN: a Game Theoretic Approach
  41. A Survey on LoRa for Smart Agriculture: Current Trends and Future Perspectives
  42. URLLC and eMBB in 5G industrial IoT: A survey
  43. Cross Layer Design in Wireless Local Area Network: Issues and Possible Solutions
  44. Software defined networking (SDN) for campus networks, WAN, and datacenter
  45. Industrial Internet of Things: A Review of Improvements Over Traditional SCADA Systems for Industrial Automation
  46. Time-slotted LoRa MAC with variable payload support
  47. Design and integration of air pollutants monitoring system for emergency management in construction site based on BIM and edge computing
  48. A collaborative DNN-based low-latency IDPS for mission-critical smart factory networks
  49. Detecting and classifying man-in-the-middle attacks in the private area network of smart grids
  50. Scalable reinforcement learning for dynamic overlay selection in SD-WANs