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Mobile IPv6 (MIPv6) allows a Mobile Node to talk directly to its peers while retaining the ability to move around and change the currently used IP address. This mode of operation is called Route Optimization (RO), as it allows the packets to traverse a shorter route than the default one through the Home Agent. In Route Optimization, the peer node learns a(More)
The WG agreed to establish an IETF review ad hoc to provide a forum for 802.16 members to review and discuss these 16ng documents. WG participants will be encouraged to provide direct comment to the 16ng mailing list. No direct input from the 802.16 WG is expected. This IETF review ad hoc will endeavor to complete its activities by Friday 12 October.
Excessive demand and the urgent need for the development of smart cities, evoke the need to provide the capacity for more low-resource devices to communicate and collaborate at a distance, in order to make the concept of the internet more real and practical. For this, IETF "IPv6 over Networks of Resource-constrained Nodes" (6lo) workgroup works on equipment(More)
Mobile IPv6 (MIPv6) allows a Mobile Node to talk directly to its peers while retaining the ability to move around and change the currently used IP address. This mode of operation is called Route Optimization (RO), as it allows the packets to traverse a shorter route than the default one through the Home Agent. In Route Optimization, the peer node learns a(More)
Much work on Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) is focused on the functionality afforded by the devices and the means by which they communicate. This demonstration focuses on the programming model and deployment mechanisms for a WSN. We present a visual environment in which the services provided by sensors can be assembled and configured to fulfil the needs of(More)
Status of this Memo This memo defines an Experimental Protocol for the Internet community. It does not specify an Internet standard of any kind. Discussion and suggestions for improvement are requested. Distribution of this memo is unlimited. The IESG notes that the set of documents describing the RSIP technology imply significant host and gateway changes(More)
A correct prediction of the ignition process represents a fundamental prerequisite for a successful CFD simulation of combustion SI engines. Ignition involves many scales, physical and chemical phenomena that need to be described in detail. Within this context, the authors developed a Lagrangian model that can be used to predict the first stages of the(More)