IP Location by Martin Dawson, James Winterbottom, Martin Thomson

By Martin Dawson, James Winterbottom, Martin Thomson

In present day massive global of world trade with clients which are extra nomadic than ever, the necessity for trustworthy, safe, and effective entry applied sciences is swiftly expanding. IP place provide you with a guided travel of position selection, tackling this new expertise head on and addressing all features of position administration, supply, and conveyance inside of IP networks. overlaying vital real-world functions corresponding to emergency (911) prone, asset monitoring, name routing, navigation, and employees place in scorching table environments, this e-book delivers all of the details you must totally help this state of the art know-how. * learn the way situation details is produced, transported, and fed on on the web * comprehend the semantics and constructs of the HELD and FLAP protocols * detect the 3 roles of the presence version - presentity, presence provider, and watcher * discover how the entry situation Entity (ALE) is helping ensure place inside specific sorts of networks * study intimately the positioning details Server (LIS) together with its differing kinds and interfaces * make certain IP place for units hooked up to all kinds of networks together with WiFi and WiMAX * Get info on place decision and acquisition recommendations for residential broadband networks corresponding to DSL and cable * learn about privateness controls and issues for web position

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However, this option increases the impact of an outage by requiring more messaging to recover state after the outage. Chapter 3: Location Determination and the Access Location Entity 57 58 Chapter 3: Location Determination and the Access Location Entity Access Query The Access Query is a synchronous query that is provided to deal with limitations of ALE implementations. A direct request to the ALE can be used as a check, or to provide more recent information.

For example, if an ALE in an Ethernet switch is queried, it can provide a link between a MAC address and/or IP address (terminal information) and a switch and port (access information). The distinction between terminal and access information is a simplification that can be thought of as a key-value pair. The link between these values is provided by the ALE. FLAP provides a framework for reporting this link between terminal and access information. FLAP is defined as a BEEP profile (see References 1 and 2).

5127. FLAP Messages FLAP allows different ALE types to report location measurements as best suits them. The five FLAP message types can be used to convey location measurements both asyn-chronously and synchronously. Notification The recommended approach is to have an ALE report location measurements as network circumstances change. The Notification message can be generated by the ALE when it detects a terminal entering the network, a terminal moving within the network, or a terminal leaving the network.

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