Mobil IP – The Internet Unplugged

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Mobil IP – The Internet Unplugged Jun/2005 NED Karachi Muhammad Saqib Ilyas

Introduction:
Mobile IP is the mobility extension to IP v4. It allows computers and devices connected to a TCP/IP network to seamlessly roam from one location to another without losing connectivity. It is one of several mobility solutions for TCP/IP. In this seminar, we will learn about the techniques and terms underlying Mobil IP. If technology permits, we will also have a small demo. 

Presenter:
Muhammad Saqib Ilyas holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Systems Engineering from NED University of Engineering and Technology, Karachi, and a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas, USA with majors in Computer Networks. He has served Department of Computer and Information Systems Engineering at NED University of Engineering and Technology since his graduation. 

He has worked with wired as well-as wireless networks and Voice over IP technology. Cisco’s Aironet line of wireless products and 3600 series multi-service platforms have been his main playing ground. He has worked on various projects to solve the industry’s computational problems and is presently supervising an automation project for loom performance monitoring for a textile mill in Karachi. He also has a couple of conference publications under his belt. 

He is the IEEE Student Branch Counselor at NED University, Secretary/ Treasurer of IEEE Communications Society Karachi Chapter, Member of IEEE Karachi Section Executive Committee, Country Leader of INETA Pakistan and has been a member of several conference organizing and advisory committees.