The Dynamics - HUT Mobile IP system, developed in Helsinki University of Technology (HUT), is a scalable, dynamical and hierarchical Mobile IP software for Linux operating system.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This is the first stable release after the 0.6 series from 1999. It includes a few bugfixes to the last development release, and some major changes to 0.6 series. It has support for non-unique private MN home addresses, a surrogate home agent for home networks using private IP addresses, improved policy-based handoff algorithms in MN, support for multi-homed HAs, partial support for AAA infrastructure, a MN port for Microsoft Windows platforms, a number of bugfixes, and various features specified in RFC 2002 that were not supported in 0.6.
Release Notes: AAA interoperability and standard MIP improvements and fixes, namely do not use broadcast ARP to resolve MN's HW address from home address, fixed numerous bugs in AAA-related routines, added preliminary support for home address discovery when using AAA, improved handling of denial replies, allow configuration of alternative HA addresses, added dyn_winadv to make Microsoft Windows port of Dynamics MN able to receive ICMP agent advertisements, added src/tests/aaasimul to simulate FA & HA & AAA infrastructure to test MN, and fixed SHA-1 not to modify data area.
Release Notes: Improved security, new features especially for the MN, improved usability, bugs fixed, daemon names changed, new configuration options, improved FA decapsulation support, new API functionalities, better functionality with multiple changing interfaces like hot swapped PC cards, better roaming policies for the MN, wireless monitor for the MN to monitor FA signal levels, and lots of other improvements better described in the ChangeLog file.
Release Notes: Many changes.
Release Notes: Support for fast installation in RH 6.0, tested interoperability (Cisco IOS, SUN MIP, Mosquito MN), signaling optimizations, advanced features in Wireless LANs, manual pages updated, bugs corrected, better support for RFC2002.