High End Problem: Mobile IP on Fedora
I have a problem
I am trying to set up a mobile IP environment on a Fedora platform. I have to provide IP mobility across multiple networks, ensuring that all active TCP sessions will be maintained upon migration.
I currently have two computers with Fedora set up with access points in order to simulate the migration of a laptop (Mobile Node) from one wireless network (Home Agent) to another network (Foreign Agent).
Hereís the tricky part. The programmes that are to be installed on the Mobile Node, Home Agent and Foreign Agent must have the open source codes to base back on. And as you know, commercial migration programmes do not provide the open source code and most only work on Windows.
So Iíll have find programmes with open sources on the internet to install on my two computers with the access points, turning them into Home/Foreign agents. I also have to install an open sourced programme to install onto my wireless laptop in order to turn it into a Mobile Node. And all of it must run on Fedora.
Please help me and post a reply. Thank you all for the attention.