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Session-Based Service Discovery and Access Control in Peer-to-Peer Communications

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Session-Based Service Discovery and Access Control in Peer-to-Peer Communications
Abstract. Service Location Protocol (SLP) is a standard service discovery protocol proposed by IETF. SLP provides a flexible and scalable service discovery framework over IP networks. This paper presents an approach for service discovery and access control under session-based peer-to-peer communications. In other words, it is an approach providing mechanisms for restricting unauthorized discovery or access to restricted services. The proposed approach integrates and leverages SLP with Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). Moreover, this approach can be used to share services from a Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN) like Bluetooth across the Internet domain.
Anand Dersingh, Ramiro Liscano, Allan G. Jost, Hao
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where ADHOCNOW
Authors Anand Dersingh, Ramiro Liscano, Allan G. Jost, Hao Hu
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