Mobile Roaming Between GPRS and 802.11b

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Jim Saunders, Oct 17, 2003.

  1. Jim Saunders

    Jim Saunders Guest

    Hello All,

    For a university project I am researching into other methods of seamless
    roaming between GPRS and 802.11b (or any network type for that matter)

    I am looking at a slightly different method other then MobileIP, which only
    requires one gateway. I have started writing up the project initial report
    and would greatly apreaciate it if you guys could give me your opinions of
    my possible solution:

    http://www.jlsnet.co.uk/index.php?tab=3&page=project

    Further down the bottom of this page is where I am starting to describe my
    ideas which basically consist of a special driver which encapsulates packets
    to force them through a special gateway which changes addresses.

    thanks

    Jim
    Jim Saunders, Oct 17, 2003
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