Universidade Federal Fluminense

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Linear Wireless Mesh Network Planning

    Wireless mesh networks consist of mesh routers and clients, where mesh routers compose the network backbone and serve clients. The antennas associated with the routers can be omnidirectional or directional, which have a direct influence in topology construction. With this information in hand, the objective of this paper is to...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    DynTun: A Tool for Providing Multihoming Support in Wireless Mesh Networks

    This paper proposes DynTun, a tool to provide multihoming support in Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs). This problem rises from the interaction between dynamic routing usually employed in WMNs and the use of NAT (Network Address Translation), which is largely used by access networks to distribute IP addresses between clients. The...

    Provided By Universidade Federal Fluminense

  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    Linear Wireless Mesh Network Planning

    Wireless mesh networks consist of mesh routers and clients, where mesh routers compose the network backbone and serve clients. The antennas associated with the routers can be omnidirectional or directional, which have a direct influence in topology construction. With this information in hand, the objective of this paper is to...

    Provided By Universidade Federal Fluminense

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    DynTun: A Tool for Providing Multihoming Support in Wireless Mesh Networks

    This paper proposes DynTun, a tool to provide multihoming support in Wireless Mesh Networks (WMNs). This problem rises from the interaction between dynamic routing usually employed in WMNs and the use of NAT (Network Address Translation), which is largely used by access networks to distribute IP addresses between clients. The...

    Provided By Universidade Federal Fluminense