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Arji, Dian Abadi, Rukmana, Fandhy Bayu, Sari, Riri Fitri.  2019.  A Design of Digital Signature Mechanism in NDN-IP Gateway. 2019 International Conference on Information and Communications Technology (ICOIACT). :255–260.
Named Data Networking (NDN) is a new network architecture that has been projected as the future of internet architecture. Unlike the traditional internet approach which currently relies on client-server communication models to communicate each other, NDN relies on data as an entity. Hence the users only need the content and applications based on data naming, as there is no IP addresses needed. NDN is different than TCP/IP technology as NDN signs the data with Digital Signature to secure each data authenticity. Regarding huge number of uses on IP-based network, and the minimum number of NDN-based network implementation, the NDN-IP gateway are needed to map and forward the data from IP-based network to NDN-based network, and vice versa. These gateways are called Custom-Router Gateway in this study. The Custom-Router Gateway requires a new mechanism in conducting Digital Signature so that authenticity the data can be verified when it passes through the NDN-IP Custom-Router Gateway. This study propose a method to process the Digital Signature for the packet flows from IP-based network through NDN-based network. Future studies are needed to determine the impact of Digital Signature processing on the performance in forwarding the data from IP-based to NDN-based network and vice versa.
Nugroho, Yeremia Nikanor, Andika, Ferdi, Sari, Riri Fitri.  2019.  Scalability Evaluation of Aspen Tree and Fat Tree Using NS3. 2019 IEEE Conference on Application, Information and Network Security (AINS). :89–93.
When discussing data center networks (DCN), topology has a significant influence on the availability of data to the host. The performance of DCN is relative to the scale of the network. On a particular network scale, it can even cause a connection to the host to be disconnected due to the overhead of routing information. It takes a long time to get connected again so that the data packet that has been sent is lost. The length of time for updating routing information to all parts of the topology so that it can be reconnected or referred to as the time of convergence is the cause. Scalability of a network is proportional to the time of convergence. This article discusses Aspen Tree and Fat Tree, which is about the modification of multi-root trees that have been modified. In Fat Tree, a final set of hosts from a network can be disconnected from a network topology until there is an update of routing information that is disseminated to each switch on the network, due to a link failure. Aspen Tree is a reference topology because it is considered to reduce convergence time and control the overhead of network failure recovery. The DCN topology performance models are implemented using the open source NS-3 platform to support validation of performance evaluations.