Internet Research: Volume 17 Issue 5


Table of contents - Special Issue: Selected research papers from the TERENA networking conference 2007

Guest Editors: Thomas C. Schmidt

Network transparency in a mountain rescue domain

B. McCarthy, C. Edwards, M. Dunmore

This paper aims to discuss network transparency in a mountain rescue domain and aims to introduce the relatively new research concept of MANEMO (MANET + NEMO) and the mountain…

Deploying authorisation mechanisms for federated services in eduroam (DAMe)

Óscar Cánovas, Antonio F. Gómez‐Skarmeta, Gabriel López, Manuel Sánchez

This paper seeks to present an overview and some preliminary results of the DAMe project. The main goal of this project was to define a unified authentication and authorisation…

The future of mobile computing: R&D activities in the state of Bremen

Otthein Herzog, Michael Boronowsky, Ingrid Rügge, Ulrich Glotzbach, Michael Lawo

The paper aims to report on the future of mobile computing and R&D activities in the state of Bremen.


Is global IPv6 deployment on track?

Mónica Domingues, Carlos Friaças, Pedro Veiga

The main aim of this paper is to focus on a big step for IPv6: deployment. At the same time, it aims to issue a warning about something that should be in a more evolved stage.

Between underlay and overlay: On deployable, efficient, mobility‐agnostic group communication services

Matthias Wählisch, Thomas C. Schmidt

This paper aims to discuss problems, requirements and current trends for deploying group communication in real‐world scenarios from an integrated perspective.

Articulated private networks in UCLP

Eduard Grasa, Sergi Figuerola, Albert López, Gabriel Junyent, Michel Savoie, Bill St Arnaud, Mathieu Lemay

Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the advantages of using the UCLP software for network operators, advanced and regular end users in the research networking…


StarPlane – a national dynamic photonic network controlled by grid applications

Paola Grosso, Li Xu, Jan‐Philip Velders, Cees de Laat

This paper aims to look at a research project – StarPlane –a national dynamic photonic network controlled by grid applications.

Sharing audiovisual content using a P2P environment based in JXTA

Rosa Ma Martín, Josep Casanovas, José Francisco Crespo, Joan Giralt

This paper aims to present the outcome of the i2CAT Foundations' research and innovation projects that use JXTA P2P technology to share audiovisual content.

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