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This page aims to scope out the different projects that work together as part of the Access Control Network.
 
This page aims to scope out the different projects that work together as part of the Access Control Network.
 
The main components are:
 
The main components are:
* ACNode - The clients that sit on the tool that is being controlled and manage physical access by reading the rfid card.
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* [[Project:Tool_Access_Control/Solexious_Proposal|ACNode]] - The clients that sit on the tool that is being controlled and manage physical access by reading the rfid card.
 
* ACServer - The server stores the authentication information and pulls membership information from Turing over JSON and stores is at a SQLite DB
 
* ACServer - The server stores the authentication information and pulls membership information from Turing over JSON and stores is at a SQLite DB
 
* Turing - Secured storage of membership data.
 
* Turing - Secured storage of membership data.

Revision as of 16:59, 16 February 2013

Summary

This page aims to scope out the different projects that work together as part of the Access Control Network. The main components are:

  • ACNode - The clients that sit on the tool that is being controlled and manage physical access by reading the rfid card.
  • ACServer - The server stores the authentication information and pulls membership information from Turing over JSON and stores is at a SQLite DB
  • Turing - Secured storage of membership data.

System diagram

<graphviz border='frame' format='png' >

digraph rfboard{
  rankdir=TD;
  size="10,5!";
  
  subgraph cluster_0 {

node [shape=box,style=filled,color=lightgrey];


label = "ACServer";

       sqlite [label="SQLite",shape=box];
       httpserver [label="HTTP server",shape=box];
       httpserver -> sqlite;
       sqlite -> httpserver; 
  }
  acnode1 [label="ACNode",shape=box];
  acnode2 [label="ACNode",shape=box];
  acnode3 [label="ACNode",shape=box];
 
  turing [label="Turing VM",shape=box];


  acnode1 -> httpserver;
  acnode2 -> httpserver;
  acnode3 -> httpserver;
  httpserver -> acnode1;
  httpserver -> acnode2;
  httpserver -> acnode3;
  turing-> httpserver;

} </graphviz>