Mapping home-network appliances to TCP/IP sockets using a three-tiered home gateway architecture

@inproceedings{Corcoran1998MappingHA,
  title={Mapping home-network appliances to TCP/IP sockets using a three-tiered home gateway architecture},
  author={Peter Corcoran},
  year={1998}
}
A three-tier gateway architecture for internetworking between home automation networks and a TCP/IP based wide area network, such as the Internet, is described. The architecture abstracts the functionality of any home network into a driver layer (tier one), and provides a common access layer (tier two) from any TCP/IP network application (tier three) to a local home automation network. Clients and application programs may transparently access services and resources on the home network and… CONTINUE READING

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