Hipnet: A self-configuring multi-router Home IP Network. (2013)

By Chris Grundemann, CableLabs

There are many new pressures and requirements emerging in today's home networks: The need for separation of visiting guest users from home users, community Wi-Fi services, smart grid, home automation & security, and an ever increasing number and type of IP enabled devices in the subscriber home are all strong motivations for additional routers and multiple LANs. The emergence of heterogeneous link layer technologies, machine to machine communication, IP & multicast video streaming, video content sharing, telecommuting and corporate IT requirements, and the possibility of home network multi-homing are all also driving additional complexity and new requirements into home networks.

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