Timotius was born in Ungaran, a little town in Central Java - Indonesia, and raised in a family that prioritized education. He achieved his bachelor degree in computer science and master degree in software engineering, he got his calling in education and has been working as a lecturer since 2005. Having extensive experiences as a network administrator, he has interests in computer networks and IT security. His motto is "Just do Your Best and Let God do The Rest".

Education Background

2008-2010

Master Degree in Informatics (M.T.)
Bandung Institute of Technology, Bandung - Indonesia
  • Thesis: A Study of Queue Management on The Multiprotocol Label Switching Network
  • Advisor: Achmad Imam Kistijantoro, ST,M.Sc, Ph.D
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2000-2005

Bachelor Degree in Computer Science (S.Kom.)
Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta - Indonesia
  • Thesis: WiFi Hotspot Implementation and AAA Management with Prepaid Method
  • Advisor: Prof. Jazi Eko Istiyanto Ph.D, M.Sc., MIET., MIEEE
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Working Experience

2005-present

Lecturer
Maranatha Christian University, Bandung - Indonesia

Subject include: Computer Networks, Network Administration, System Administration, Ethical Hacking, Introduction to Information Technology

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2003-present

Network Administrator
Internet Center and Provider, Yogyakarta - Indonesia
Campus Laboratory, Bandung - Indonesia

Administration include: Router, Manageable Switch, Firewall, QoS, Servers (Web Hosting, Mail, DNS, Proxy, HotSpot), Virtualization, WLAN

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Professional Certification

2009, 2016

CEH
Certified Ethical Hacker

2015

MTCAT
MikroTik Certified Academy Trainer

2015

MTCTCE
MikroTik Certified Traffic Control Engineer

2007, 2015

MTCNA
MikroTik Certified Network Associate

2010

CCAI
Cisco Certified Academy Instructor

2010

CCNA
Cisco Certified Network Associate
Journal Article and Proceeding

2016

Analisis Algoritma Round Robin, Least Connection dan Ratio pada Load Balancing Menggunakan OPNET Modeler
Analysis of Load Balancing Algorithms (Round Robin, Least Connection and Ratio) using OPNET Modeler
Jurnal Teknologi Komputer dan Informatika (Vol.12, No.1, 2016)
Author: Husain Nasser, Timotius Witono

ABSTRACT: Load balancing is a technique to distribute traffic load into two or more lanes to reach balanced connection, optimized traffic performance, maximized data throughput, minimized delay, and avoiding data overload. Load balancing in a computer network used to modulate the balance of bandwidth usage between multiple internet service provider. This research contains Load Balancing performance test on HTTP, FTP, and VoIP. Testing application used is OPNET Modeler 14.5 simulator, and load balancing algorithm which being tested is Least Connection, Round Robin, and Ratio. The test results shows generally Ratio is better than Least Connection and Round Robin. Ratio excels on handling End-to-End Delay and Jitter in VoIP, while Least Conncetion shows the highest throughput value in all test cases.

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2015

Analisis Pengaruh Virtual Private Network pada Jaringan IP Multimedia Subsystem
Analysis of Virtual Private Network's Effect on The IP Multimedia Subsystem Networks
Seminar Teknik Informatika & Sistem Informasi (SeTISI 2015)
Author: Ryan Luta Pratama, Timotius Witono

ABSTRACT: Virtual Private Network (VPN) has been widely used by Internet Service Provider in their backbone network, while IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) is an implementation of Next Generation Network concept. This research is a result of VPN performance testing on IMS network, where IPsec, L2TP, and GRE VPN Protocol are tested. Performance testing is done using OPNET Modeler Simulator 14.5 as simulation tool. Measurement method is done by sending HTTP, VoIP, and RTP data traffic in OPNET Modeler environment. Certain topology is created using OPNET Modeler to simulate and collect metric values, such as delay, jitter, and throughput. Collected values are analyzed and compared each other to reveal performance differences. Throughput measurement showed that IPSec is fit for HTTP and VoIP, while RTP needs L2TP to maximize performance. Average delay of L2TP is much lower than IPsec and GRE VPN, L2TP VPN also has the most excellent ability to handle delay on HTTP. Overall measurement results conclude that IPsec is better than the L2TP and VPN in IMS environment.

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2013

Algoritma Penggantian Cache sebagai Optimalisasi Kinerja pada Proxy Server
Cache Replacement Algorithm as Performance Optimization on A Proxy Server
Seminar Teknik Informatika & Sistem Informasi (SeTISI 2013)
Author: Suandra Eka Saputra, Timotius Witono

ABSTRACT: Having a fast internet connection is the desire of every internet user. However, slow internet connection problems can be occurred in a particular company or organization that uses a proxy server. This report is about a research on optimizing the performance of the proxy server. Proxy server must have a good method of doing object replacement in its cache (Cache Replacement Algorithm), selecting the right method will increase performance. Changing method may give positive or negative effect on speed of internet access. This research reports performance measurement of several proxy servers that are applied on one of the internet providers in Bandung. The main parameters of measurement is Hit Ratio, Byte Hit Ratio, Response Time, and Size Distribution. The research conclusion is each Cache Replacement Algorithm has its own character dan ability in responding to the needs of each clients.

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2011

Kajian Manajemen Antrian pada Jaringan Multiprotocol Label Switching
Queue Management Study on Multiprotocol Label Switching Network
Seminar Teknik Informatika & Sistem Informasi (SeTISI 2011)
Author: Timotius Witono

ABSTRACT: One way shared-network optimization is to implement Quality of Service (QoS). Queue management is one of the important factors that existed at the QoS mechanism. In this research, tests of several queue management techniques done on a specific MPLS environment in the simulation environment. Software used to simulate the queue management at the MPLS is Network Simulator 2 (NS2). Various proposed recommendations for the selection of management techniques on particular traffic queues and environment, is expected to be a meaningful contribution of this research. With the existence of appropriate recommendations, implementation of queue management techniques in MPLS networks on a real case will be the maximum.

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Seminar and Presentation

2014

Cyberbully Seminar (presenter)
SMP BPK PenaburHolis, Bandung - Indonesia

2013, 2014

Cybercrime Seminar (presenter)
SMPK5 BPK Penabur, Bandung - Indonesia

2012

Secure Coding Seminar (presenter)
Universitas Kristen Maranatha - Bandung - Indonesia

2010, 2011

Information Security Seminar (presenter)
SMAK1 BPK Penabur, Bandung - Indonesia

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Technical Skills

Computer Networks
Network Security