Teruaki Kitasuka | 6 Feb 02:27 2006
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CfP - 3rd Int. Conf. on Mobile Computing and Ubiquitous Networking (ICMU2006) at London, UK

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The Third International Conference on
Mobile Computing and Ubiquitous Networking (ICMU2006)

October 11-13, 2006
BCS London Office, London, UK
http://www.icmu.org/icmu2006/

Sponsored by:
  IPSJ SIG-MBL (Information Processing Society of Japan,
  Special Interest Group of Mobile Computing and Ubiquitous 
Networking)
Technically co-sponsored by:
  BCS (British Computer Society) and
  IEE (Institution of Electrical Engineers)
Supported by:
  ICF (International Communications Foundation)

SCOPE:

Mobile computing aims at ubiquitous user access to computer 
application.
To make it possible, networking technology
which enables Internet access anytime and everywhere,
i.e. ubiquitous networking is necessary. It is obvious that with 
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stefano.faccin | 6 Feb 21:36 2006
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RE: Availability of IEEE 802.21 draft

Dear mipshop members,
version 0.5 of the draft has been released. The draft can be provided to
the mipshop WG members upon request. IEEE guidelines for its usage will
be provided together with the draft.
best regards
Stefano

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	From: Faccin Stefano (Nokia-NRC/Dallas) 
	Sent: Monday, January 30, 2006 12:12 PM
	To: mipshop
	Cc: gabriel_montenegro_2000 <at> yahoo.com; margaret <at> thingmagic.com;
townsley <at> cisco.com; Faccin Stefano (Nokia-NRC/Dallas)
	Subject: [MIPSHOP] Availability of IEEE 802.21 draft
	
	
	Dear mipshop members,
	 
	a liaison has been established between the IEEE 802.21 and
mipshop WG that provides access to the mipshop chairs to the IEEE
802.21. 
	 
	The draft can be provided to the mipshop WG members upon
request. IEEE guidelines for its usage will be provided together with
the draft. 
	 
	Best regards,
	Stefano M. Faccin
	 
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IESG Secretary | 21 Feb 19:27 2006
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WG Review: Recharter of MIPv6 Signaling and Handoff Optimization (mipshop)

A modified charter has been submitted for the MIPv6 Signaling and Handoff
Optimization (mipshop) working group in the Internet Area of the IETF.  
The IESG has not made any determination as yet. The modified charter is provided
below for informational purposes only. Please send your comments to the IESG
mailing list (iesg <at> ietf.org) by March 1st.

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MIPv6 Signaling and Handoff Optimization (mipshop)
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Current Status: Active Working Group

Chair(s):
Gabriel Montenegro <gabriel_montenegro_2000 <at> yahoo.com>
Stefano Faccin <stefano.faccin <at> nokia.com>

Internet Area Director(s):
Mark Townsley <townsley <at> cisco.com>
Margaret Wasserman <margaret <at> thingmagic.com>

Internet Area Advisor:
Margaret Wasserman <margaret <at> thingmagic.com>

Mailing Lists:
General Discussion: mipshop <at> ietf.org
To Subscribe: mipshop-request <at> ietf.org
In Body: subscribe
Archive: http://www.ietf.org/mail-archive/web/mipshop/index.html

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Mohamed Khalil | 28 Feb 21:29 2006

draft-vidya-mipshop-hk-opt-aaa-00.txt

The following draft has been posted on MIPSHOP WG.

http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-vidya-mipshop-hk-opt-aaa-00.tx
t

   AAA-HK provides a method for a MN and an AR to establish a shared
   key using a AAA server.  To ensure that the round trip to the AAA
   server does not delay handoff, the handover key must be derived
   independent of and well ahead of the actual handoff, preferably
   immediately after moving to a new access router.  This document
   describes one such method of optimizing the handover key derivation
   by using an AR as an authenticating server, once the MN and AR have
   established a security association.

your comments are appreciated.
Tim Ozugur | 28 Feb 22:01 2006
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Call For Papers: BWAN 2006


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                CALL FOR PAPERS

  INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON BROADBAND WIRELESS
  ACCESS FOR UBIQUITOUS NETWORKING (BWAN 2006)

  20 September 2006 - Alghero, Sardinia, Italy 
               (www.bwan.org)

Technically sponsored by IEEE (approval pending)   

               IMPORTANT DATES:
      Submission of Summaries: 15 May 2006
    Notification of Acceptance: 15 June 2006  
 Submission of Camera Ready Papers 10 July 2006

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Attachment (BWAN2006_v2.pdf): application/pdf, 12 KiB
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Yoshihiro Ohba | 1 Mar 03:12 2006

Re: WG Review: Recharter of MIPv6 Signaling and Handoff Optimization (mipshop)

Dear IESG,

The modified charter has been circulated over IEEE 802.21 mailing
list, and there was only one feedback from myself as an 802.21 WG
member.  Please see the attached email for the feedback.

Regards,
Yoshihiro Ohba

On Tue, Feb 21, 2006 at 01:27:26PM -0500, IESG Secretary wrote:
> A modified charter has been submitted for the MIPv6 Signaling and Handoff
> Optimization (mipshop) working group in the Internet Area of the IETF.  
> The IESG has not made any determination as yet. The modified charter is provided
> below for informational purposes only. Please send your comments to the IESG
> mailing list (iesg <at> ietf.org) by March 1st.
> 
> +++
> 
> MIPv6 Signaling and Handoff Optimization (mipshop)
> --------------------------------------------------
> 
> Current Status: Active Working Group
> 
> Chair(s):
> Gabriel Montenegro <gabriel_montenegro_2000 <at> yahoo.com>
> Stefano Faccin <stefano.faccin <at> nokia.com>
> 
> Internet Area Director(s):
> Mark Townsley <townsley <at> cisco.com>
> Margaret Wasserman <margaret <at> thingmagic.com>
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Heejin Jang | 2 Mar 02:46 2006

[New I-D] Mobile and Wireless Neighborhood Discovery by Using DHCP


Hello folks,

We posted a new I-D as follows.
We would appreciate to hear your comments. Thanks
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Title	: Mobile and Wireless Neighborhood Discovery by Using DHCP
Author(s): Heejin Jang, Alper Yegin & Xiaoyu Liu
Abstract : This draft suggests a mechanism for proactively discovering
capability and configuration of handover candidate networks in the
neighborhood of a mobile node.

A URL for this Internet-Draft is:
http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-jang-mipshop-nhdisc-00.txt
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Best regards
- Heejin Jang

Gmane