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In effect, in Calto, a HLR may join and leave the network at any time. The nodes a HLR serves are then implicitly assigned to one of a set of possible relative backup nodes to the HLR, as a search would result in one of these nodes, as follows. When the node enters the system it inserts an identifier in the form “nodeID-fn(‘HLR’)” where nodeID is the node’s identifier, fn() is a hash function, “HLR” is a string and the value of the pair is the node’s current IP address. This allows a node to change location, as its HLR will always be a node close to the identifier “nodeID” which holds a mapping to its current address.

The more recent introduction of wireless networks such as cellular networks [1], wireless LAN [2] and Personal Area Networks, and the possible interconnections between these networks (see Fig. 3-1) have created a new set of challenges [3,4,5]. The relatively new paradigm of Ad Hoc networks [6] introduces dynamically changing topologies (nodes can join, leave and move) that can be formed without the need of fixed infrastructure. Furthermore, with the recent strides in wireless technologies we now have the case where entire Chapter 3 40 networks may gain and loose connectivity, that is, networks can merge and partition.

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