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Address Translation Problems in IMS Based Next Generation Networks

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Author(s): Balazs Godor

Journal: Advances in Electrical and Electronic Engineering
ISSN 1804-3119

Volume: 5;
Issue: 1 - 2;
Start page: 19;
Date: 2006;
Original page

Keywords: Next generation networks | IMS | NASS.

ABSTRACT
The development of packed based multimedia networks reached a turning point when the ITU-T and the ETSIhave incorporated the IMS to the NGN. With the fast development of mobile communication more and more services andcontent are available. In contrast with fix network telephony both the services and the devices are personalized in the “mobileworld”. Services, known from the Internet - like e-mail, chat, browsing, presence, etc. – are already available via mobiledevices as well. The IMS originally wanted to exploit both the benefits of mobile networks and the fancy services of theInternet. But today it is already more than that. IMS is the core of the next generation telecommunication networks and abasis for fix-mobile convergent services. The fact however that IMS was originally a “mobile” standard, where IPv6 was notoddity generated some problems for the fix networks, where IPv4 is used. In this article I give an overview of these problemsand mention some solutions as well.

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