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Expanding the Address space through REBEKAH-IP: An Architectural View

Landfeldt, Björn LU ; Rattananon, S. and Seneviratne, A. (2002) INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY & APPLICATION, ICITA 2002
Abstract
The advent of 2.5 and 3G networks mark the

beginning of the mobile Internet. The investments in these

technologies will be the largest in the history of

telecommunication. However, their success will largely depend on

the availability of successful services and initially these will

largely constitute existing services. These services all reside in the

current IPv4 address space which make them inaccessible to

mobile Internet terminals that will reside in the IPv6 address

space.

There have been many proposals in literature for translating

between the two address spaces, but as we will show, they all have

shortcomings that make them unsuitable... (More)
The advent of 2.5 and 3G networks mark the

beginning of the mobile Internet. The investments in these

technologies will be the largest in the history of

telecommunication. However, their success will largely depend on

the availability of successful services and initially these will

largely constitute existing services. These services all reside in the

current IPv4 address space which make them inaccessible to

mobile Internet terminals that will reside in the IPv6 address

space.

There have been many proposals in literature for translating

between the two address spaces, but as we will show, they all have

shortcomings that make them unsuitable for large scale

deployment in the mobile Internet. In this paper, we detail the

algorithms and mechanisms of our proposal for overcoming the

shortcomings of the previous proposals. We also present

experimental results from early experiments that justify our

implementation design decisions. (Less)
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  abstract     = {The advent of 2.5 and 3G networks mark the<br/><br>
beginning of the mobile Internet. The investments in these<br/><br>
technologies will be the largest in the history of<br/><br>
telecommunication. However, their success will largely depend on<br/><br>
the availability of successful services and initially these will<br/><br>
largely constitute existing services. These services all reside in the<br/><br>
current IPv4 address space which make them inaccessible to<br/><br>
mobile Internet terminals that will reside in the IPv6 address<br/><br>
space.<br/><br>
There have been many proposals in literature for translating<br/><br>
between the two address spaces, but as we will show, they all have<br/><br>
shortcomings that make them unsuitable for large scale<br/><br>
deployment in the mobile Internet. In this paper, we detail the<br/><br>
algorithms and mechanisms of our proposal for overcoming the<br/><br>
shortcomings of the previous proposals. We also present<br/><br>
experimental results from early experiments that justify our<br/><br>
implementation design decisions.},
  author       = {Landfeldt, Björn and Rattananon, S. and Seneviratne, A.},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Expanding the Address space through REBEKAH-IP: An Architectural View},
  year         = {2002},
}