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I need to know to what are the steps for developing an application for bandwidth management over a VPN
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steps of development? you mean process model for management? or technical feature or milestone for a product line?
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Process model for management
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ok. will back to you after 30 mins.
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This is the actual scenario. Wea re trying to work on VPN wherein we are trying to access a wired network through a wireless network with the help of access point(3 COM). We also want to write a code ( not sure which language: need help in this area) for bandwidth management for the VPN connection over a wireless network.
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ok, commonly, it means process model.

1. the envisioning phase. it is the period you give a big-picture or blue-print of your goal of bandwidth management (BM) over vpn. you should identify the business problem or opportunity of BM market and whats your approach to solve the problem, give the goals, assumptions and constraints to it. your applications key feature should be determined at this phase, such as traffic type, network access rules, vpn allocation, full control, application management and QoS policy driven etc.

2. the planning phase. it is the period you to decide what to develop, how to develop, when to develop and prepare development and test environment

3. the developing phase, it is the period you write code, develop infrastructure, create training and documentation and develop market channels and sales aids.

4. the stabilizing phase, it is the period for improving solution quality, addressing  outstanding issues to prepare for release, mak the transition from building feature to fucusing on quality,  getting the solution to a stable state and preparing for release.

5. the depolying phase, to conduct the smooth transfer of the solution from your team to the client's opeartion team, and to secure stakeholders approval that the project is complete.

hope it helps,
bbao
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it seems you guys use standard even popular WLAN & LAN solutions, why dont you just consider use existing software (commercial and free software) to build your solution? or just do some customization, but not to build a total solution from bottom to up.

hope it helps,
bbao
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lavanyal, any feedback please?
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