The mobile users with Laptops need to have an
efficient access to i.e. their home personal data or to the Internet from
any place in the world, regardless of their location or point of
attachment, especially while roaming outside the home subnet. An
efficient interpretation of packet losses problem that is encountered
from this roaming is to the centric of all aspects in this work, to be
over-highlighted. The main previous works, such as BER-systems,
Amigos, and ns-2 implementation that are considered to be in
conjunction with that problem under study are reviewed and
discussed. Their drawbacks and limitations, of stopping only at
monitoring, and not to provide an actual solution for eliminating or
even restricting these losses, are mentioned. Besides that, the
framework around which we built a Triple-R sequence as a costeffective
solution to eliminate the packet losses and bridge the gap
between subnets, an area that until now has been largely neglected, is
presented. The results show that, in addition to the high bit error rate
of wireless mobile networks, mainly the low efficiency of mobile-IP
registration procedure is a direct cause of these packet losses.
Furthermore, the output of packet losses interpretation resulted an
illustrated triangle of the registration process. This triangle should be
further researched and analyzed in our future work.
Amigos, BER-systems, ns-2 implementation, packetlosses, registration process, roaming.