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Title: An Efficient Authentication Protocol for Integrating WLAN and Cellular Networks
Authors: Tseng, Yuh-Min;Yang, Chou-Chen;Su, Jiann-Haur
Contributors: 數學系
Keywords: Authentication;Security;WLAN;3C
Date: 2004
Issue Date: 2012-07-03T03:46:32Z
Publisher: IEEE
Abstract: Cellular (3C or 2.5G) networks provide wider
service areas and ubiquitous connectivity with low data rates.
WLAN networks offer higher data rates and the easy
compatibility of wired Internet, but cover smaller areas. 3C
and WLAN possess complementary properties. Integrating 3G
and WLAN networks may offer subscribers high-speed wireless
data services and ubiquitous connectivity. For integrating two
dinerent networks, there are several problems should be
concerned, such as authentication, billing, quality of service,
and seamless roaming between 3G and WLAN networks. In
this paper, we address the authentication problem and propose
an effcient authentication protocol to let 3G subscribers can
connect WLAN with higher data rate. Certainly, the protocol is
also suitable Tor 2.5G. The authentication protocol utilizes a
one-time password approach to authenticate subscribers. It can
withstand guessing, replay and impersonation attacks. A
simulation result is given to validate our protocol.
Relation: Proceeding of the Sixth International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology 2004 (IEEE/ICACT2004), 1: 416-420
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