Suresh V. Limkar

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IPv6 is coming, whether we like it or not. It isn't a matter of new features or "killer applications," although those may come with time. Rather, it is the rapid depletion of the remaining IPv4 addresses that is leaving IPv6 as the only feasible alternative for the continued growth of networks beyond the next few years. Governments and service providers in(More)
Position System) technology a new scheme to improve the security of SSL VPN is proposed. This scheme enhances current security applications granting access to sensible information and privileges to execute orders only to entities that are in a trusted location. Moreover this system authenticate authorized user but also location of the authorized user.
Future generation networks will be characterized by variable and high data rates, quality of services, seamless mobility both within a network and between networks of different technologies and service providers. An important aspect of components in a global next generation network is standardization to allow vendor independence and interoperability. A(More)
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