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Access Control and Authentication for Converged Wireless Networks
A modeling approach to address converged network security in a systematic and cost efficient manner
Category: Wireless networking/WLAN/Wi-Fi
Date: 04 April 2007, 15:00
Wireless systems are notorious for their non-compatible standards and the associated complexity. The complexity creates big challenges when various wireless networks are converging to provide IP services. Access control and authentication are key elements in inter-working solutions for converged network.
There are different network models and access scenarios associated with converged networks. The WLAN (wireless LAN) access technology can be IEEE 802.11, IEEE 802.16, HyperLAN or Bluetooth. The cellular radio access technology can be GSM, GPRS, CDMA, UMTS or others. The broadband to the home network could be based on variety of technologies including cable, xDSL, and wireless. WLAN access scenarios include not only residential networks, but also hotspots and enterprise WLAN networks.
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