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Roaming Mobile IP IP addresses Cellular radio Device ID and cell Wireless LAN MAC addresses User ID at access points
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Figure 104 Spectrum of mobility
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roaming Roaming is an IP-based service that deals with the movement of users not subnets or hosts among a set of ISPs that have agreed to cooperate In a roaming scenario, users of an ISP in New Jersey, who only have dial-up accounts, can make a local call to a cooperating ISP s local number while in California The California ISP forwards the authentication request to the home ISP, and, based on the home ISP s response, grants or denies access The remote ISP may also cut accounting records if roaming access is subject to a surcharge Practical roaming services have phone book servers from which roaming users can retrieve lists of local access numbers Even more advanced mobility services, the needs for which are still emerging, include wireless LANs, third-generation wireless, and mobile routers
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Users may want to go through mutual authentication with servers in order to ensure that they are not talking, for example, to an unknown server masquerading as their bank Two-factor authentication can obviously go in the other direction Another related area is authenticating indirectly through encryption If a user can establish public key communications with a service, and the service can verify the user s public key and identity through a trusted public key infrastructure, that effectively authenticates the user It is quite natural, as long as authentication has been done, to provide other value-added security functions at the access point Such services include provider-operated firewalls, encryption of Internet services, and VPNs (see 13)
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At the very least, the accounting function of AAA should record login attempts (both successful and unsuccessful) The most common means of recording this information is the UNIX-derived syslog protocol How much information about the login attempt should you record How much information should you record about what the user does once logged in The answers to these questions quickly involve legal and ethical as well as technical questions and often differ on a country-by-country basis Users generally have an expectation of privacy, but, as a service provider, you have a right to maintain information that may help you troubleshoot your services Troubleshooting can include detection of malicious hackers Law enforcement may have additional expectations, especially in view of rapidly changing legislation to deal with threats such as terrorism A distinction is usually made between simple login/logoff records and recording the content of the user interaction Even the latter includes distinctions such as capturing e-mail headers only versus capturing e-mail content Providers must be familiar with their local rules for what is generally termed lawful interception, including what can be requested with and without a police order Some European legislation proposes that service providers retain logs (or even traffic) for some period of months, so law enforcement can look for clues after they become involved From a purely technical standpoint, such requirements may impose huge mass storage requirements for providers, with the appropriate degree of redundancy Accounting and billing include more benign business functions When users are billed for connection time, you obviously need to track their connections If connection cost is distance-sensitive, you need to track user destinations If you have (or face upstream) tariffs that differ by time of day, they must be tracked and separated into the appropriate categories as well Accounting also can be very useful in capacity planning Analysis of traffic logs, even on dedicated lines, can suggest when the user has too little or too much bandwidth, and you can work cooperatively with the user in tuning bandwidth requirements This may be an integral part of service level agreements, especially those that are valid only at certain volumes of user traffic
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