Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of HandoverTestbedSummary


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11/17/15 17:15:56 (6 years ago)
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  • HandoverTestbedSummary

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    3333Each network-level node with OVSBs also uses OVS patch ports (OVSPPs). To ensure proper routing of packets destined for an IP not routable by a foreign network, OVSPPs are used to connect the external and internal facing OVSBs installed on the gateways/APs. This allows independent subnets to operate within the testbed. The OVSPPs, combined with flows that utilize these OVSPPs, force client packets to bypass Linux routing on each hop, thus supporting cross-subnet compatibility upon migration from the home network.
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    35 == Client Component==
     35== Client Component ==
    3636Any mobile device should be able to connect to a network in our testbed and maintain an IP through a vertical or horizontal handover. However, if the handover is to be truly seamless to an application, there needs to be a persistent VNI for the application to use. The VNI abstracts the handover from the application and provides the application with an interface that is persistent for the duration the client is active. In addition to the VNI, the client should also be able to switch between interfaces in a manner that is simple and straightforward to the experimenter utilizing the testbed.
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