By Jouni Korhonen, Teemu Savolainen, Jonne Soininen(auth.)

ISBN-10: 1118398297

ISBN-13: 9781118398296

ISBN-10: 1118398335

ISBN-13: 9781118398333

Deploying IPv6 in 3GPP Networks – Evolving cellular Broadband from 2G to LTE and past 

A functional advisor allowing cellular operators to installation IPv6 with confidence

The most generally used mobile cellular broadband community expertise is predicated at the 3GPP criteria. The background and heritage of the 3GPP know-how is within the worldwide cellular carrier (GSM) expertise and the paintings performed in eu Telecommunications criteria Institute (ETSI). this first voice provider community has developed to be the dominant cellular web entry technology.

Deploying IPv6 in 3GPP Networks covers how web Protocol model 6 (IPv6) is at present outlined within the criteria for mobile cellular broadband, why and the way this path was once taken within the know-how, and what's the present fact of the deployment. in addition, it bargains the authors’ perspectives on how a few attainable IPv6 similar advances 3GPP networks could be more suitable in the course of the coming years. It provides assistance tips to enforce and install IPv6 adequately within the 3rd new release Partnership venture (3GPP) cellular broadband atmosphere, and what concerns one may perhaps face whilst doing so. The e-book covers 3GPP applied sciences from 2G to LTE, and provides a few rules for the future.         

Key features

  • written by means of hugely revered and skilled authors from the IPv6 / cellular world
  • Provides a proof of the technical history for a few not-so-obvious layout offerings, what to be aware of, and what transition suggestions could be utilized by the proprietors and the operators
  • Offers an invaluable reference advisor for operators and owners getting into IPv6 business

Content:
Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–26):
Chapter 2 fundamentals of the 3GPP applied sciences (pages 27–78):
Chapter three creation to IPv6 (pages 79–162):
Chapter four IPv6 in 3GPP Networks (pages 163–247):
Chapter five IPv6 Transition Mechanisms for 3GPP Networks (pages 248–295):
Chapter 6 way forward for IPv6 in 3GPP Networks (pages 296–336):

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