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6 Location-Aware Routing Location-aware routing protocols use, during forwarding operations, the node’s position provided by Global Positioning System (GPS) or other mechanisms. ­Specifically, a node selects the next hop for packet forwarding by using the physical position of its one-hop neighbors and the physical position of the destination node. Location-aware routing does not require router establishment and maintenance. No routing information is stored. The use of geolocation information avoids networkwide searches, as both control and data packets are sent toward the known geographical coordinates of the destination node.

5 Issues in IP Addressing Mobile IP creates the perception that the mobile node is always attached to its home network. This forms the basis for the reachability of the mobile node at an IP address­ that can be conventionally associated with its Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN). If the FQDN is associated with one or more other IP addresses, perhaps dynamically, then those alternative IP addresses may deserve equal standing with the mobile node’s home address. indd 20 9/21/07 4:33:39 AM Introduction � 21 were apparently located on a physical link nearer to the mobile node’s care-of address, or if the alternative address were the care-of address itself.

Each user is free to roam about while communicating with others. The path between each pair of users may have multiple links, and the radio between them can be heterogeneous. This allows an association of various links to be a part of the same network. Mobile ad hoc networks can operate in a stand-alone fashion or could possibly be connected to a larger network such as the Internet. Ad hoc networks are suited for use in situations where an infrastructure is unavailable or to deploy one is not cost-effective.

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