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NANOG Meeting Presentation Abstract

OSPF for a Broadband Wireless Campus Backbone
Meeting: NANOG22
Date / Time: 2001-05-22 10:50am - 11:20am
Room: Forum Hall
Presenters: Speakers:

Joseph Hui, Arizona State University

Joseph Y. Hui is International Switching Symposium Chair, Professor of EE, and Director of the Telecom Research Center at Arizona State University. His specialties are switching, networking, and communication systems. While on sabbatical leave from Rutgers at the Chinese University of Hong Kong from 1995-1999, he was engaged in the Internet development, using ATM switching technologies for the Hong Kong Internet Exchange, and later the Hong Kong Commercial Internet Exchange, a spinoff from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His interests now include broadband wireless internets, wireless storage area networks, and Internet economics.
Abstract: In this talk, we explore the use of a wireless mesh network of up to 1 Gb/s directional Radio Frequency links. Such networks are rather agile and fragile. We outline techniques we plan to use to modify OSPF for this environment, such as rapid rerouting, QoS provisioning, radio link power, and impairment management. We are implementing multipath routing, IP encapsulation, and local fault management to handle local wireless link failures. A prototype effort is described, and some preliminary thoughts for a campus backbone at Arizona State University are proposed.
Files: pptJoseph Hui Presentation(PPT)
youtubeOSPF for a Broadband Wireless Campus Backbone
Sponsors: None.

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