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The mass deployment of IEEE 802.11 based wireless local area networks (WLAN), and increased sales in portable devices supporting WLAN, have resulted in an urgent need to support real time applications while wireless users are on the move. This critical support necessitates research into current WLAN roaming capabilities. This paper evaluates the current(More)
The Mobile Internet Protocol (MIP) [1] is an extension for Internet Protocol version 4 (IPv4) providing the capability to move between IP subnets without losing any Internet connectivity, which is important for handoffs between cells in wireless environments. However, currently due to the design MIP suffers from issues such as performance regarding handoffs(More)
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