Document Type : Original Article
Department of Computer Engineering, Refah University College, Tehran, Iran
Department of computer science , Refah University college
The Internet of Things (IoT) has gained significant attention in recent years, with the proliferation of connected devices and the need for efficient data transfer in IoT networks. Software-Defined Networking (SDN) has emerged as a promising solution to address the challenges of network management and optimization in IoT environments. This paper presents a comparative study of data transfer in SDN network architecture in IoT, focusing on the benefits, challenges, and future perspectives of integrating SDN and IoT. Given the crucial role of security in IoT, this paper seeks to access a secure architecture for computer networks to provide a solution for security challenges. To achieve this, a comparative analysis of two SDN architectures is conducted in this research. We have utilized the Miniedit software, which serves as a laboratory for software-defined networks, to implement and simulate these SDN architectures. The results of this study are based on a comparison of the two secure architectures using DITG tables. This comparative study offers valuable insights into the integration of SDN in IoT network architecture and its influence on data transfer.