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ROAMING: My Glasgow Mini Guide

Hello! Sorry I didn’t stick to my promise of getting back in the blogging swing. I thought I’d have more free time to be doing this but actually, it’s still been a little busy over here. 686 more words


Roaming Melbourne for free will become a reality

Free wi-fi is coming to town and it’s not even Christmas.

For the next five years, wi-fi hotspots will be popping up around Melbourne, as part of a joint initiative for building a more worldly and user-friendly city. 7 more words

Emma Watson

Roaming the city for free

Written and designed by Emma Watson and Kai Wong

This article was originally published on Page 5 of the City Journal newspaper, May 2014

Melbourne might be the sporting capital of Australia, but it definitely isn’t the digital leader of our nation. 388 more words

Emma Watson

Compared to this time a year ago…

Compared to last year, my life is very different. I’ve gone from a corporate lifestyle to living on the road. Once the tidy, well presented fellow, the new look of freedom has people reacting differently to me; either the way they look at me or talk to me. 1,539 more words


WiFi Offload/Roaming Part 3: Diameter and LTE Interworking Is Crucial

In my last blog I discussed the architectures needed to roam between WiFi and 3G/4G networks. In order to enable interoperability between the different architectures, a mediation and interworking platform is required to support the different scenarios in which RADIUS, Diameter and SS7 are used. 380 more words

Guest Posts

Here i am. Where the hell am i?

You can be forgiven for asking that question whenever you, like me, find yourself in Nasik.

I moved here in April. I’m still trying to figure out why. 823 more words


Mobility Test between Controllers

In this post we will test the mobility ping between 2 controllers.

You can check here : How to Configure Mobility on WLC

Controllers in a mobility list communicate with each other by controlling information over a well-known UDP port and exchanging data traffic through an Ethernet-over-IP (EoIP) tunnel. 308 more words