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Ad-hoc nodes and internet connectivity using pseudo-wire interfaces
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Thanthry, N.; Namuduri, K.; Pendse, R.; , "Ad-hoc nodes and Internet connectivity using pseudo-wire interfaces," Vehicular Technology Conference, 2003. VTC 2003-Fall. 2003 IEEE 58th , vol.5, no., pp. 2971- 2975 Vol.5, 6-9 Oct. 2003 doi: 10.1109/VETECF.2003.1286168
An increasing interest in supporting the nomadic nature of mobile nodes has lead to interesting ideas towards the deployment of Internet access to ad-hoc nodes. Most of the proposed solutions using mobile IP assume that the mobility agent is located adjacent to the ad-hoc domain. The current work differs from others in that it assumes a separation between the ad-hoc domain and the mobility agent. Mobile IP requires establishing layer-2 connectivity between the mobile device and the mobility agent to provide mobility support. This paper proposes using a gateway and a layer 2 tunneling protocol version 3 (L2TPv3) based tunnel between the ad-hoc domain and the mobility agent to provide Internet connectivity. The analysis of the proposed approach shows that it is more scalable with respect to other approaches.
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