Need a TCP/Ip software or protocol to communicate with my access point(for special tech)
Need it to operate it and work it through the net as well
as video feed.
29 freelancers are bidding on average $1153 for this job
Wide experience of development of chats and messengers. Please see PMB.
I have extensive experience in TCP/IP programming using Windows DDK and Borland C Builder. Can reverse engineer the AP communications at packet level and produce a control application quickly. See PMB for example appli Daha Fazla
Please check your private messages. Thank you. Regards, Ali Saifullah Khan
Sure it can be done from java. I am Sun certified programmer because it is very simple task for me.
Hi, i have a big expiriens how to working(programming) bluetooth and [url removed, login to view] you want i can help you. icq:458-333-744
Dear sir, I Have 6 years of experience on communication programming including Bluetooth and wifi , All you need for this project is a robust socket communicatoin programming application to talk to the wireless Daha Fazla
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Code will be documented with doxygen and version controlled with subversion. You will have access to our private bugzilla bug tracking website for interaction during testing and maintenance. Will you require an install Daha Fazla
Hi , Let me be very frank enough that this software can not be built in next 20 or 30 [url removed, login to view] are very much interested and have hands on exp on these kind of issues. We could do this in 90 days of time max>please fe Daha Fazla
I have done many C/C++ projects before.I will be able to help you.
Could you clarify details a bit? I'm an expert in Java (10+ years experience) and have some C/C++ background.
Hi, We have strong expertise in C, C++, Network programming ( TCP/IP, UDP, HTTP, FTP, p2p, client-server ). I will send a brief profile about us through pmb.
The best approach to communicate/manage an access point is via SNMP(simple network management protocol), this is the industry standard. Access Points conform to standard MIBs that are defined by the IEEE, therefore it Daha Fazla