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ITC560 Internet of Things IT Assignment Guide
This assessment provides a wide study of several latest internet technologies and underlying communication technologies apply in the internet of things. It gives a high level of understanding of the internet of things networks and communication media used on the internet of things.
It explores a topic such as internet of things applications, Internet of things communication protocols Internet of things architecture in the modern world.
There are three tasks in this assessment.
Packet Tracer IOT Smart Home
IOT Research Project
Challenges face by students
In completing this assessment, students face off different problems such as properly understand the subject and its process, analyze the role and importance of IoT, investigate and propose various requirements of IoT, research report etc. Students can take help and guidance from our technical experts to make a high-quality assessment. Our aim is to help students in a best possible way so that they can achieve better grades.
In this assessment, questions are based on the material covered by the introduction to Packet Tracer Cisco. Students have to expect to work through this material before completing the online quiz. In this quiz, each correct answer will score 1 marks and no deduction marks for incorrect answers.
Packet Tracer IOT Smart Home
1. Add a registration server and set it up for an IoT network:
A. Add a registration server
a. Place the Generic server onto the workspace and connect it to the home gateway
b. Find the Generic server in the End Devices Selection box and drag it to the workspace (Select End Devices -> Generic Server)
B. Connect the Registration Server Using a Copper Straight Through cable, connect the server to the Wireless Router through the cable internet and cable modem.
C. Enable the registration server service
Click the Registration Server in the workspace to open the Registration Server configuration window. Click the Services tab and then click the IoT service in the left pane. Click the “On” button to enable the service
D. Configure the registration server
a. Click the Config tab. In the Global Settings window, change the Display Name to StudentID_Name_IoT Registration Server (your student ID and your name followed by Registration Server) and change the DHCP/DNS IPv4 setting from the default Static to DHCP
b. Verify that the server has received an IPv4 address from the Home Gateway by clicking the Desktop tab and then the IP Configuration icon. (my server IP address is 188.8.131.52, yours could be different). Please note your IP address for your server. Close the Registration server window.
2. Register Tablet to the Registration Server
A. Click the Tablet icon to open the Config tab. Select Wireless tab from left. Enter HomeNetwork for SSID. Then select WPA2-PSK and enter PSK Pass Phrase as Student ID. AES is automatically chosen for Encryption. If not select AES from drop-down menu
B. Click the Web Browser icon in the Desktop tab. Enter the IPv4 address of the Registration Server in the URL box and then click Go
C. Because there is no IoT account created yet, one will need to be created. Click the Sign up now option
D. Select a username (your StudentID) and password (your StudentID) and then click Create to create the IoT account (it is a requirement that you use your StudentID for both username and password)
E. No devices show up the URL box as we have not set up an IoT Server - Devices window there are no IoT devices listed. This is because all the devices are still registered with the Home Gateway.
3. Set up Wireless Router at home
A. Select Config tab then Settings tab on the left. Set Display Name as StudentID Wireless Router
B. Select Wireless tab from left. Enter HomeNetwork for SSID. Then select WPA2-PSK and enter PSK Pass Phrase as Student ID. AES is automatically chosen for Encryption. If not select AES from menu
C. Follow 6.ii for all end devices (IoT) connected to the wireless router
4. Configure the Ceiling Fan to register with your Registration Server
A. Click the Ceiling Fan icon in the workspace to open the device configuration window
B. Click the I/O Config tab -> Network Adapter -> choose PT-IOT-NM-1W(This is a wireless network adapter)
C. Next Config tab
a. Select Wireless tab from left. Enter HomeNetwork for SSID. Then select WPA2-PSK and enter PSK Pass Phrase as Student ID. AES is automatically chosen for Encryption. If not select AES from drop-down menu (as in 6.ii)
b. Select a from the left, under the Config tab. Set Display Name as Smart Ceiling Fan. Set Gateway/DNS IPV4 to DHCP. Change the IoT Server type from Home Gateway to Remote Server. Enter the IP address of the StudentID_Name_IoT Registration Server and the created IoT account Username (Student ID) and Password (Student ID). Next, click the Connect button. Once connected you will see the Refresh button
D. Now do step 5.i, you should be able to see the ceiling fan listed under your URL once you log in with username StudentID and password StudentID
5. Configure the lamp in the same way as in step 7. Set up the display name as Smart Lamp
6. Configure the door in the same way as step 7. Set up the display name as Smart Door
7. Now click on the Tablet -> Web browser -> Type IP address of the StudentID_Name_IoT Registration Server. Log in with your Username and password as a set. You should be able to see the lamp and the door listed below.
A.Now change the fan setting from off to low
B. Change the door setting to lock
C. Set the lamp setting to dim
D. Go to each device and select the Attribute tab and take a screenshot
8. Add and Configure Temperature Monitor
9. Add and Configure Wind Detector
10. Add 2 more end devices for a smart home of your choice and configure
11. Now click on the Tablet -> Web browser -> Type IP address of the StudentID_Name_IoT Registration Server. Log in with your Username and password as a set. You should be able to see the Temperature Monitor and the Wind Detector listed below:
A. Change the Wind Detector set ii. Note the Current Temperature under Temperature Monitor iii. Do step 10.iv (Attributes screenshot)
12. Change from Real Time to Simulation mode (you can use Shift + S if required)
A.Select Simple PDU
B. Select the source as Tablet and destination as Remote Server
C. Select Auto Capture/Play under Play Controls
D. Watch the Simulation Panel
E. Note the Type (ICMP/IoT TCP/TCP/HTTP....)
F. Click on Info (for 2 or 3 types) next to Type (the Info might be in different colours when In Progress or failed and is green when Successful). Take a screenshot(s) of the OSI layers functionality for 2 to 3 Info. Take screenshot(s) of Inbound /Outbound PDU details for 2 to 3 info
G. Press the Delete button to remove the PDU from the network
H. Exit Simulation mode to go into Real-time mode
13. Change from Logical view to Physical view
A. Select Environments for Home City and select View/Edit
B. Select KeyFrame Graph, note the Ambient Temperature and take a screenshot
C. Move the Ambient Temperature from current temperature on the graph and take a screenshot
D. Switch back to Logical view
14. Go to the Tablet and Enter the URL as before and note all the devices and their properties
15. Embed the StudentID_Firstname_ITC560.pkt as an object and display as an icon in the Word document
16. For each step (from Step 4 onwards) screenshots should be taken and included in your Word document
17. References should be included
IOT Research Project
In this assessment, the report should not above 6000 words. You have to choose a topic and submit a research report.
1. Analyse the task
a. What is the purpose of this report?
b. What is the topic you have chosen for your report? (The topic can be one specified above, but you can come up with new ideas and topics of your choice in IoT)
c. What is the expected format of the report?
d. Come up with a Problem Statement based on your topic and note it down and discuss with your lecturer
2. Do the research
a. Literature Review based on past and current work on your topic (download from conference proceedings, journal articles - use Primo search to access more articles and journals - Minimum 10 journals or articles)
b. Structure in chronological order and start summarizing
c. Based on the literature, list the requirements for your Project, then choose one or more requirements to work with
d. Now you can modify your Problem Statement based on the requirements chosen for your project
e. Note down the current and the past methodologies used to solve your problem and requirement
3. Draft your Report
a. Write an executive summary of the report (Purpose, Scope, Method, Results, Recommendation, and Conclusion)
b. Write a literature review not exceeding 3 pages based on past and current work on your topic.
c. Briefly, explain each methodology used in the past and present (5 or more methodologies)
d. Compare the above methodologies from your perspective on the efficiency, simplicity, extension into other applications, time-saving when used, cost saving when used, feasibility, connectivity, commercialization issues, etc.
e. Explain the methodology which best suits your application/ problem based on various factors with justifications. This methodology can be one of the above methodologies or a combination of more than one
f. Include tables and graphs to support your justification and arguments
g. Discuss your research findings with a conclusion viii. Referencing or Bibliography should be in APA6 format