RAT: a quick (and dirty?) push for mobility support

@article{Singh1999RATAQ,
  title={RAT: a quick (and dirty?) push for mobility support},
  author={Rhandeev Singh and Y. Tay and W. T. Teo and S. Yeow},
  journal={Proceedings WMCSA'99. Second IEEE Workshop on Mobile Computing Systems and Applications},
  year={1999},
  pages={32-40}
}
  • Rhandeev Singh, Y. Tay, +1 author S. Yeow
  • Published 1999
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings WMCSA'99. Second IEEE Workshop on Mobile Computing Systems and Applications
The goal of IP mobility support is to provide the means by which applications on distinct computers are able to communicate when one or both computers have changed their physical network location. Mobile IP (MIP) tries to provide such support with a solution at the network layer. To date, MIP deployment is insignificant and this is likely to remain so, unless there is a breakthrough. In contrast, Network Address Translation (NAT) is a network technology that is widely deployed. The Reverse… Expand
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