Tim Chown tjc at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Sat Dec 15 02:46:07 CST 2001

And you can also do this with IPv6 on the iPAQ, which leads me to ask
what the IPv6 support in the complete AG software suite is present or
could be developed.  The vic/rat tools are IPv6 enabled.  (Unicast 
versions of vic/rat can be used to show Mobile IPv6 running on an iPAQ).


On Fri, 14 Dec 2001, Jeffrey Eschbach wrote:

> For those interested in using the iPAQ with AG nodes, or at least
> with VIC and RAT, we've posted some information on our web site
> at Motorola Labs.  For the past few months we've been working to
> get a wireless, mobile platform for work with the AG node.  We
> chose an iPAQ with a dual-slot PC Card adapter pack to accommodate
> an 802.11 card and camera card.  We managed to load Linux,
> send/receive audio with RAT, and receive video on VIC... technical
> info on this iPAQ configuration is posted on our site:
> http://internet2.motlabs.com/agnode/tech/ipaq/index.htm
> http://internet2.motlabs.com/agnode/index.htm
> The site has "How To" info for configuring the iPAQ, and has a 
> couple of videos we used to demonstrate the platform in use.
> Recently we also managed to receive video using PC Card cameras,
> and we plan to post info on this soon.  
> Kabe VanderBann (working closely with some folks outside of Mot)
> did most of the work within Motorola Labs on this, so direct any
> questions his way...  kabev at motorola.com
> Thanks,
> Jeff
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