Supporting Mobility in MosquitoNet

  title={Supporting Mobility in MosquitoNet},
  author={Mary Baker and Xinhua Zhao and Stuart Cheshire and Jonathan Stone},
  booktitle={USENIX Annual Technical Conference},
The goal of the MosquitoNet project is to provide continuous Internet connectivity to mobile hosts. Mobile hosts must be able to take advantage of the best network connectivity available in any location, whether wired or wireless. W e have implemented a mobile IP system that supports seamless switching between dif ferent networks and communication devices. In contrast to previous approaches to mobile IP, we believe mobile hosts should not assume any explicit mobility support from the networks… CONTINUE READING
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