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On Redundant Multipath Operating System Support for Wireless Mesh Networks
 

Summary: On Redundant Multipath Operating System Support
for Wireless Mesh Networks
Yair Amir1
, Claudiu Danilov2
, Michael A. Kaplan1
, Raluca Musaloiu-Elefteri1
, Nilo Rivera1
1
Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.
{yairamir, kaplan, ralucam, nrivera}@dsn.jhu.edu
2
Boeing Phantom Works, Seattle, WA.
claudiu.b.danilov@boeing.com
Abstract--Low-cost wireless routers are changing the way
people connect to the Internet. They are also very cheap, albeit
quite limited, Linux boxes. These attributes make them ideal
candidates for wireless mesh routers.
This paper presents a minimally invasive mechanism for
redundant multipath routing in kernel-space to achieve high
reliability with high throughput in a mesh network. This service

  

Source: Amir, Yair - Department of Computer Science, Johns Hopkins University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences