KR101383334B1 - Remote booting system within WAN - Google Patents

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KR101383334B1
KR101383334B1 KR1020110125529A KR20110125529A KR101383334B1 KR 101383334 B1 KR101383334 B1 KR 101383334B1 KR 1020110125529 A KR1020110125529 A KR 1020110125529A KR 20110125529 A KR20110125529 A KR 20110125529A KR 101383334 B1 KR101383334 B1 KR 101383334B1
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최승배
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김선호
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주식회사 스마트미디어랩
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Abstract

The present invention provides a remote booting system in a telecommunication network including two or more clients in a local area network (LAN) and a remote management server in a local area network (WAN) area. A remote booting system in a telecommunications network, characterized in that it controls to boot a client that is not booted.
In addition, the two or more clients are related to a remote booting system in a telecommunications network, characterized in that for confirming whether each client booting through mutual communication and transmits this information to the remote management server.

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Remote booting system within a telecommunication network

The present invention provides a remote booting system in a telecommunication network including two or more clients in a local area network (LAN) and a remote management server in a local area network (WAN) area. A remote booting system in a telecommunications network, characterized in that it controls to boot a client that is not booted.

In addition, the two or more clients are related to a remote booting system in a telecommunications network, characterized in that for confirming whether each client booting through mutual communication and transmits this information to the remote management server.

In general, a remote management server performs a function of monitoring and controlling a client to be managed, and a prerequisite for this is that the client is booted.

Currently, most LAN cards support Wake On LAN (WOL), which allows computers within a LAN (Local Area Network) to boot.

However, in general, since the remote management server is located in a wide area network (WAN) area, remote booting is impossible using the WOL function of clients directly.

Currently, a technology for expanding a network using an access point (AP), generally a wired / wireless router (AP), is being activated.

In other words, the access point provides WDS (Wireless Distribution System) and / or multi-bridge function to expand the network wirelessly according to the type, and multi-bridge technology, which has high performance in terms of setting method, channel bandwidth and speed, is preferred. Situation.

Meanwhile, Korean Patent Laid-Open Publication No. 10-2007-0109076 discloses a control system of a computer power supply and a home network at a remote location using a home gateway.

In brief, it can be seen that the gateway is intended to control the power of the computer at a remote location by including a separate hardware configuration for controlling the computer power.

However, this is a technology that can be applied to the home network, there is a limit that can not be applied to any client in the general WAN interval.

In order to solve the above problems, the present invention is to provide a remote booting system in a telecommunications network that can perform a remote boot of a plurality of clients in a LAN area from a remote management server located in a telecommunications network.

In addition, by adopting a multi-bridge network has the effect of extending the LAN section, to provide a remote booting system in a telecommunication network that can improve the client management efficiency of the remote management server in the WAN area.

The present invention provides a remote booting system in a telecommunication network including two or more clients in a local area network (LAN) and a remote management server in a local area network (WAN) area. The present invention aims to solve the technical problem by providing a remote booting system in a telecommunication network, characterized in that a booting client is booted.

In addition, the two or more clients to solve the technical problem by providing a remote booting system in the telecommunications network, characterized in that for confirming whether each client booting through the mutual communication and transmitting this information to the remote management server. .

In addition, the remote management server and the two or more clients are connected to an IP allocation access point and one or more multi-bridge access point, by providing a remote boot system in a telecommunications network, to solve the technical problem.

In addition, when there are two or more multi-bridge access points, the IP allocation access point and the multi-bridge access point are sequentially connected to form a network, or the IP allocation access point is connected to each of the multi-bridge access points to connect the network. It is intended to solve the technical problem by providing a remote booting system in a telecommunication network, characterized in that the configuration or the two cases are mixed.

The present invention has a remarkable effect of remotely booting a plurality of clients in a LAN area from a remote management server located in a telecommunication network.

In addition, by adopting a multi-bridge network has the effect of extending the LAN section, it has a significant effect to improve the client management efficiency of the remote management server in the WAN area.

1 is a view schematically showing the main configuration of a remote booting system in a telecommunication network according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention.
2 is a diagram schematically showing the main configuration of a remote booting system in a telecommunication network according to Embodiment 2 of the present invention.
3 is a diagram illustrating an example of a network configuration applied to the system of the second embodiment.
4 is a diagram showing another example of the network configuration applied to the system of the second embodiment.

The terms and words used in the present specification and claims should not be construed as limited to ordinary or dictionary terms and the inventor may properly define the concept of the term in order to best describe its invention It should be construed as meaning and concept consistent with the technical idea of the present invention.

Therefore, the embodiments described in the present specification and the configurations shown in the drawings are merely the most preferred embodiments of the present invention and are not intended to represent all of the technical ideas of the present invention. Therefore, various equivalents It should be understood that water and variations may be present.

Before describing the present invention with reference to the accompanying drawings, it should be noted that the present invention is not described or specifically described with respect to a known configuration that can be easily added by a person skilled in the art, Let the sound be revealed.

First, it should be noted that each client included in the system according to the embodiment of the present invention employs a LAN card and a main board supporting the WOL function.

1 is a view schematically showing the main configuration of a remote booting system in a telecommunication network according to Embodiment 1 of the present invention.

The system according to the first embodiment of the present invention is configured to include a remote management server 100, an access point 200 and the boot agent 300.

The remote management server 100 is located in the WAN area, and performs a remote boot through the boot agent 300 of the client.

In addition, two or more clients connected to the access point 200 are included in the same LAN area, each configured to include a boot agent (300).

Therefore, the remote management server 100 performs a remote boot, the booting client controls to boot the non-booting client.

Specifically, the remote management server 100 includes a boot monitoring module and a boot control module, and the boot agent 300 is configured to include a boot checking module and a boot performing module.

The boot monitoring module performs a function of monitoring a booting state of a client, and receives information from a boot checking module.

The boot checking module communicates with each other to check boot status of each client, and transmits information to the boot monitoring module.

After receiving the boot status information of the management target client from the boot monitoring module, the boot control module causes the boot performing module of another booted client to operate if it is not booted.

The boot execution module sends a boot message to the managed client so that the WOL function can be executed.

In addition, the boot performing module may be designed to resend the boot message without the command of the boot control module if the response is not for a specified time after sending the boot message.

Preferably, the booting agent 300 may be configured to be automatically downloaded and installed from the remote management server 100.

FIG. 2 is a diagram schematically showing a main configuration of a remote booting system in a telecommunication network according to Embodiment 2 of the present invention, and FIG. 3 is a diagram showing an example of a network configuration applied to the system of Embodiment 2. .

Duplicate matters described with reference to FIG. 1 are not described or briefly mentioned.

The remote booting system in the telecommunication network according to the second embodiment has the effect of extending the LAN section by employing the multibridge network in the first embodiment.

That is, as more clients are bundled into one LAN area, the client management efficiency of the remote management server in the WAN area can be improved.

The IP allocation access point 400 is an access point for which a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) function is activated, and assigns IP to a client connected to the client as well as to a client connected to the other multibridge access point 500.

Referring to FIG. 3, the IP allocation access point (AP-1) communicates with the upper WAN, and each of the APs can identify each power-on state using PING through the AP.

4 is a diagram showing another example of a network configuration applied to the system of the second embodiment;

The network configuration according to FIG. 3 has a risk that the entire network may be blocked when the IP allocation access point AP-1 is unusable due to power loss or failure.

Accordingly, as shown in FIG. 4, AP-1 and AP-2 and AP-1 and AP-3 may be connected.

Here, the network configuration according to FIGS. 3 and 4 may be designed to be set after the reception rate confirmation between each access point or changed as necessary.

3 and 4 may be designed to be mixed.

1 to 4 are merely the main points of the present invention. As far as various designs can be made within the technical scope thereof, the present invention is not limited to the configurations and functions of Figs. 1 to 4 It is self-evident that it is not limited.

100: remote management server
200: access point
300: boot agent
400: IP Allocation Access Point
500: Multibridge Access Point

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  1. A remote management server in a wide area network (WAN) area; And at least two clients in a local area network (LAN) area, the remote boot system in a telecommunications network comprising:
    The remote management server controls the booting client to boot the unbooted client through the boot message, and sends the boot message again if there is no response from the non-booted client after sending the boot message. So that
    The two or more clients check each client's booting through mutual communication and transmit this information to the remote management server,
    The remote management server and the two or more clients are connected to an IP allocation access point and one or more multibridge access point,
    If more than one multi-bridge access point,
    The IP allocation access point and the multibridge access point are sequentially connected to form a network, or the IP allocation access point is connected to each of the multibridge access points to form a network, or the two cases are mixed. Remote booting system in a telecommunication network.
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KR20070109076A (en) * 2006-05-09 2007-11-15 (주)엘스윈 Control method and home network control system of long distance computer power supply using home gateway
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