A network-layer proxy for bandwidth aggregation and reduction of IP packet reordering

@article{Evensen2009ANP,
  title={A network-layer proxy for bandwidth aggregation and reduction of IP packet reordering},
  author={Kristian Evensen and Dominik Kaspar and Paal E. Engelstad and Audun Fosselie Hansen and Carsten Griwodz and P{\aa}l Halvorsen},
  journal={2009 IEEE 34th Conference on Local Computer Networks},
  year={2009},
  pages={585-592}
}
With today's widespread deployment of wireless technologies, it is often the case that a single communication device can select from a variety of access networks. At the same time, there is an ongoing trend towards integration of multiple network interfaces into end-hosts, such as cell phones with HSDPA, Bluetooth and WLAN. By using multiple Internet connections concurrently, network applications can benefit from aggregated bandwidth and increased fault tolerance. However, the heterogeneity of… CONTINUE READING
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