MOORE, Mr Nick
Phone: +61 3 9905 3707, Fax: +61 3 9905 3454
Nick Moore is a Research Fellow at the Centre for
Telecommunications and Information Engineering (CTIE).
He completed a Bachelor of Science in 1996, and
subsequently worked as a systems manager, developer
and consultant specializing in Linux, Perl and other
Open Source system components.
He joined CTIE in 2001, to work on fast handover strategies for IPv6, involving implementation of protocols in the
Linux kernel and proposing and editing documents in the
IETF IPv6 Working Group, and participation in other IETF
and IRTF Working Groups.
More recently, his research has focussed on techniques
for mesh network routing, including simulation and
peer-reviewed publication. He is currently working
towards a Masters of Engineering Science in this area.
Nick's work is funded by the Australian Telecommunications CRC (ATcrc))
- N. Moore, Y. A. Sekercioglu and Gregory K. Egan. "Virtual Localization for Mesh Network Routing. NCS 2005, Thailand.
- N. Moore. "Optimistic Duplicate Address Detection", IETF Internet Draft draft-ietf-ipv6-optimistic-dad-05.txt, February 2005.
- N. Moore, JH. Choi, B. Pentland, "Edge Handovers for Mobile IPv6", IETF Internet Draft (individual submission) draft-moore-mobopts-edge-handovers-01.txt, July 2004.
- N. Moore, G. Daley. "Fast Address Configuration Strategies for the Mobile Internet". ATNAC 2003.
- R. Nelson, G. Daley and N. Moore. "Implementation of Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 for Linux", Sixth International Symposium on communications interworking (IFIP Interworking 2002), October 2002.
Greg Daley and I have implemented
Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 for Linux.
This code is now available for download.
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