© 2013 – Pan Stanford
598 pages | 9 Color Illus. | 213 B/W Illus.
The convergence of two powerful technologies—wireless and the Internet—through IPv4/v6 protocol has led to emergence of next-generation networks (NGNs). NGN is no more a network of mere computers but a connected conglomeration of varied networks with diverse physical properties, with a plethora of network elements, along with a variety of real-time multimedia applications. This book covers the entire gamut of technology challenges from physical layer to application layer including security from both academic and industrial perspectives.
Addressing and Routing in IPv6
Routing in the Internet
All IP Networks - Mobility and Security
Transforming Extended-Homes: Next step towards a heterogeneous user centric convergent environment based on IP
Wireless Vehicular Networks: Architecture, Protocols and Standards
Next generation IPv6 Network Security – towards Automatic and Intelligent Networks
The Internet of Things
6LoWPAN - Interconnecting Objects with IPv6
IP Over Optical Fibre
IPv6 over WiMAX