Thu Mar 13 23:30:03 CET 2008
On Mar 13, 2008, at 11:21 PM, Florian RODARY wrote:
> Actually I think you're underestimating firms like Cisco ;)
> They often develop their own protocols, sometimes eventually leading
> to a normalization.
ok, admitted.. my previous remark was more of a challenge than based
on my actual belief.
I also think that they could do it pretty quickly.
> If they think OLSR protocol can serve their business plan, they will
> not hesitate to implement it.
> The current paradigm in WLAN networks is to centralize ressources
> (lightweight AP bound to a wireless controller), mainly because of
> security planning and ease of management. Cisco utilizes LWAPP, Nortel
> SLAPP, and IETF tries to promote CAPWAP (based on LWAPP).
> I know I'm off topic, but the ubiquitous wireless environment doesn't
> seem to please network majors :(
Maybe that is the mistake that they don't see that yet. Anyway... not
But an interesting discussion anyway.
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