Stephen Heilbronner

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Traditionally networks are structured for operation in quite a static manner. Even if routing protocols support flexible and self-organizing networks, other configurative tasks like forming LAN segments on (OSI) layer two and subnets on layer three as well as most application-specific configuration are not intended to be frequently modified. Reorganizing(More)
Nomadic computing using powerful portable systems has entered the mainstream of computing due to the recent progress in terms of performance and usability of the necessary hardware. However, most of these systems are still being used stand-alone with almost no provision for management support in the home as well as in the visited domain. This complicates(More)
Within the HP-OUA a special interest group on Mobility was founded in 1995. One of the main goals of this group was to set up a Mobile-IP testbed in order to examine and to do research on this new Internet protocol. This paper gives a short overview of Mobile-IP and the testbed set up locally in Munich as well as between the HP Labs and the Universities of(More)
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