Practical Experiences With Wireless Integration Using Mobile IPv6
Source: University of Cambridge
World over, mobile Internet access has shown strong growth, fuelled by the increasing popularity of WiFi (802.11b-based WLANs), and the world-wide deployment of wide-area wireless networks such as GPRS and 3G. Multi-mode devices are becoming increasing affordable, and thus a growing number of mobile devices such as laptops, PDAs and handhelds are equipped to connect to multiple networks. Mobile IPv6 can play a key role in integrating different link-layer technologies, with the promise of enabling transparent mobility through use of a unified network layer.