Re: [Seamoby] Using CARD to find CARs with roaming agreement with my ISP?

"Eunsoo Shim" <eunsoo@nec-labs.com> Tue, 25 November 2003 23:39 UTC

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From: Eunsoo Shim <eunsoo@nec-labs.com>
To: seamoby@ietf.org, Jon-Olov Vatn <vatn@it.kth.se>
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Subject: Re: [Seamoby] Using CARD to find CARs with roaming agreement with my ISP?
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 18:42:43 -0500
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I think it is certainly possible.
Account requirements or ownership can be attributes of the CARs.
Regards,

Eunsoo

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jon-Olov Vatn" <vatn@it.kth.se>
To: <seamoby@ietf.org>
Sent: Tuesday, November 25, 2003 5:43 PM
Subject: [Seamoby] Using CARD to find CARs with roaming agreement with my
ISP?


Hi!

Would it be feasible to use CARD to find out whether a CAR
is likely to give me Internet access (in advance of a handoff)?
The case I am interested in is when a customer is about to
perform a handoff and would like to know the set of CARs that
are either run by his/her ISP or by an ISP with a roaming
agreement with his/her ISP.

I was reading the draft "Issues in candidate access router
discovery for seamless IP-level handoffs",
(draft-ietf-seamoby-cardiscovery-issues-04.txt)
but this case was not mentioned in list with sample scenarios
for CARD motivation.

BW J-O


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