Dynamic Host Configuration for Managing Mobility Between Public and Private Networks

  title={Dynamic Host Configuration for Managing Mobility Between Public and Private Networks},
  author={Allen K. L. Miu and Paramvir Bahl},
The usage and service options of a pubic network generally differ from a private (enterprise or home) network and consequently, the two networks are often configured differently. The existence of both types of networks motivates our need to improve support and management of nomadic users who frequently roam between them. We describe a solution that allows client devices to configure themselves dynamically to adapt to the local network configuration. In addition to supporting mobility, we… CONTINUE READING
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