Sriharsha Karamchati, Computer Science undergraduate student at
Information Technology. Hyderabad - INDIA". Currently doing my
in Center for Security Theory And Algorithmic Research (CSTAR).
Research stream being in IPv6 and Network Forensics. I am an IPv6
enthusiast and have been working with it since 2 years
and had quite a lot of Hands-on.
The projects I have done
which are specifically related to IPv6, Operating System , Kernels, and Network
classification in IIIT Network.
2) I have written a white
paper on Quality Of Services in IPv6.
3) Modifying DSCP code
values in order to provide privileged services for the selected packets using
Application Level file sharing protocol with support for upload/download/ Indexed
searching and File Hashing.
5) Experience in Configuring Cisco Routers and
Switches and Summer Project on Encapsulation of IPv6 Packets .Also wrote new probes for OS scanning and
6) Made an OS Shell which
supported almost all commands (Background processes, Redirection, I/O etc) of
the Linux terminal and also some additional user defined commands.
7) Made 2 Hacks at Banglore Hackathon 2013: One on
Packet Sniffing in an open Wifi Network and Displaying the statistics as
feed for the users and displaying the Embed-code for popular sires and other on
Distributed Computing ,which distributes the computation among the
devices to optimize the memory and computation capacity using node.js
My present research
project is “Setting up an IPv6 workbench for my Institute” which includes configuring
various Operating Systems and Wireless devices..
I have been going through
the Ideas page
“IPv6 Polish” was the one
which fascinated me, I would love working with the unfinished task implementing
them to perfection. And can also come up with some creative Ideas which would
be highly appreciated once implemented in the OS. I was looking into the Haiku
OS since few days,I might be late getting to you,I apologise for that , but I think my high interest and experience with IPv6
should help me working with Haiku with great effort and effectiveness .
Any guidance/suggestions on how I shall
proceed further would be of great help.
send my reports on the study I have done so far on IPv6 if required which might
be helpful in developing the framework for IPv6 support.