STIP Jakarta’s Local Area Network (LAN) that reaches all work units in the STIP environment in addition to using a cable network system, also uses a connection system using radio frequency as an intermediary media. The “Wireless Device” standard used by LAN STIP Jakarta is the Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE 802.11 g), which uses a 2.4 GHz frequency and has 54 MBps transmission capability. Our internet facilities have bandwidth of 150 Mbps for International and 1.1 Gbps for Local and will continue to be improved. And 5 indihome modems, each of which has a bandwidth of 100 Mbps.
The device used by the STIP LAN is the Wireless Broadband Router (WBR) because it has the ability to filtering data that pass through the network based on predetermined rules or protocols. This device is also used to connect several LAN and WAN network models.
There are 10 (ten) WBR devices installed on the Jakarta STIP LAN with the following placement locations:
- Main Building Lobby First and Second Floor,
- Corridor Main Building, Third Floor
- Agum Gumelar Building Second Floor
- KALK Lecturer Room
- Teknika Lecturer Room
- Unit Bintar
- Registration Counter
- Divisi Pengembangan STIP
- STIP Lecturer Complex
Even though the WBR has been installed, to be able to utilize this wireless network, the user must register with the STIP Management Information System and of course the user’s computer must meet the Wireless Wireless Card, namely:
- Wireless LAN Card used for desktop computers installed in a PCI slot in the computer’s mainboard.
- PCMCIA is a Wireless LAN Card used for laptop computers.
- USB Wireless Adapter can be used for desktop and laptop computers.
STIP NETWORK TOPOLOGY