New mobility management protocols that aim 10 support terminal movement, in wireless ATM Customer Premises Networks (CPN) are presented. The functionality of these protocols consists of the procedures for handover (i.e., re-routing of active data connections to a new radio cell) and the procedures for location management (i.e., storing and retrieving the exact location of a mobile terminal). In the considered CPN environment, the ATM switches communicate using the PNNI protocol, the routing functionality of which is used by the mobility management protocols to perform their tasks more efficiently.
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