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John Plaise
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Hello, I am a technical consultant for a software company and I�ve been given a large project to design and write technical documentations. Having come from a non-IP background I�ve been put into a networking role. Nonetheless, I would like to know how to best go after the design project. My client private bus company has decided to provide high-speed internet, to its passengers of its 1000 buses which has wireless LAN and mobile routers, 2Mbps 3G wireless links connects to different fixed IP routers in the bus.
I would like to know few issues:
  • How can the new �internet draft� network mobility support requirements can provide us extended mobile IP solution to address their routing issues? And other performance issues regarding this area? What advantage can this bring in overall?
  • Routing issues? Performance? Routing overhead?
  • How the routing of data packets is achieved between fixed internet servers and mobile users in the bus, using the latest internet draft proposed solution.
  • How can route optimization technique for network mobility so that packets from fixed internet servers travel directly to the mobile routers in bus?

  • Any help would help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
    Vadiraj Deshpande
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    Currently I am doing a research based on Mobile IP. Here's a list of resources that I am using:
  • Mobile IP Tutorial
  • Another paper from Perkins
  • MobileIP Client
  • NOTE Project
  • Linux Implementation
  • MosquitoNet
  • Univ. of Singapore
  • HUT
  • Books:
    1) Mobile IP Design Principles and Practices
    by Charles E. Perkins
    Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
    Copyright: 1998
    ISBN: 0-201-63469-4
    2) J.D. Solomon, Mobile IP: The Internet Unplugged
    Prentice Hall PTR, 1998 ISBN 0138562466
    Last but not the least, check out the 3GPP spec at this location.
    Hope this helps..
    [ May 16, 2003: Message edited by: Vadiraj Deshpande ]
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