Presentation 2006-10-24
Design of MIAKO.NET 3 : Public Wireless Internet using Distributed VPN Servers
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Abstract(in English) MIAKO.NET is a public wireless internet project which is based on this unique method born out of "OMOTENASHI" hospitality: Users can use wireless internet service without charge due to a owner of wireless base router pays the cost instead of them. Since May 2002, we have started to design, development and trial operation of MIAKO.NET, and setup the network environment which VPN connection is required for. That environment made you can use wireless internet securely. In this paper we has cleared up the problems of "MIAKO.NET 2" which use centralized VPN servers, and then considered the better suited way of VPN servers' distribution. And also we proposed and designed the new model "MIAKO.NET 3," in which a VPN server is installed in every base router. This model should be valuable for all owners of wireless base router who are supporting MIAKO.NET with their "OMOTENASHI" hospitality.
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Keyword(in English) Public Wireless Internet / Autonomous Distributed VPN services / PPTP server
Paper # IA2006-28
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Conference Date 2006/10/16(1days)
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Title (in English) Design of MIAKO.NET 3 : Public Wireless Internet using Distributed VPN Servers
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Keyword(1) Public Wireless Internet
Keyword(2) Autonomous Distributed VPN services
Keyword(3) PPTP server
1st Author's Name TAKAAKI KOMURA
1st Author's Affiliation Kyoto University()
2nd Author's Name KENJI FUJIKAWA
2nd Author's Affiliation ROOT INC.
3rd Author's Name YASUO OKABE
3rd Author's Affiliation Kyoto University
Date 2006-10-24
Paper # IA2006-28
Volume (vol) vol.106
Number (no) 309
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 5
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