Aspects of Multi-Homing in IP Access Networks

Andrej Mihailovic, T Suihko, M West

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This paper presents some results of work in multi-homing conducted as part of the MIND [1] project. It contains an overview of the concepts of multi-homing in relevant Internet research as well as the steps used for developing an original perspective on the problem. The uniqueness of the problem is argued to arise from the originality of connectivity scenarios in IP access networks, such as the network developed in BRAIN [2] called BRAIN Access Network– BAN, and the new wireless self-configurable and ad-hoc elements of the access network architecture designed in MIND. We examine deployment and service-enhancement aspects of multi-homing for both the access network and the attaching terminal, and their interrelations.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationIST Mobile Summit, Thessaloniki, Greece
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2002


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