- Expected to serve up to 40 million mobile workers by 2004, Mobile VPNs provide professionals and consumers with secure data access to private networks while on the road
- An in-depth tutorial on the technology that wireless carriers will require to offer competitive IP-based services
- Teaches how to implement Mobile VPNs within GPRS, CDMA2000, UMTS and WLAN environments
- Examines technologies like IP tunneling, security, roaming, addressing, AAA brokerage, and the latest standards as applied in wireless data systems frameworks
ALEX SHNEYDERMAN is an independent consultant. Previously, he was Senior Product Manager at Lucent Technologies for their Springtide Wireless IP Services Switch. A frequent speaker at conferences, Shneyderman is also active in the IEEE and has authored several important white papers on wireless networks and IP services.
ALESSIO CASATI is an engineer with Lucent Technologies working on wireless packet data services, products, and protocols. Casati contributed to the standard setting in 3GPP and the IETF in the areas of mobility and QoS. He was a researcher in Italtel Central Research (Telecom Italia).
Table of Contents
Part 1: Wireless Data Fundamentals.
Chapter 1: Introduction to MVPN.
Chapter 2: Data Networking Technologies.
Chapter 3: Wireless Systems Overview: A Radio Interface Perspective.
Chapter 4: Wireless Systems Overview: Data Services Perspective.
Part 2: MVPN and Advanced Wireless Data Services.
Chapter 5: Mobile VPN Fundamentals.
Chapter 6: GSM/GPRS and UMTS VPN Solutions.
Chapter 7: CDMA2000 VPN Solutions.
Chapter 8: Mobile VPN Equipment.
Chapter 9: The Future of Mobile Services.
Appendix A: Mobile IP Extensions.
Appendix B: CDMA2000 RADIUS Accounting Attributes.
Appendix C: RADIUS Usage in 3GPP.