Wireless network system and method for providing same

Wireless network system and method for providing same
US008233471B2
(12) United States Patent
(10) Patent N0.:
(45) Date of Patent:
Brownrigg et a].
(54)
WIRELESS NETWORK SYSTEM AND
METHOD FOR PROVIDING SAME
(56)
US 8,233,471 B2
*Jul. 31, 2012
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U.S. PATENT DOCUMENTS
(75) Inventors: Edwin B. Brownrigg, Roseville, CA
(73) Assignee: IPCO, LLC, Atlanta, GA (US)
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(US); Thomas W. Wilson, Alameda, CA
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Prior Publication Data
US 2010/0017465 A1
F. Baker; “Requirements for IP Version 4 R0uters;” http://www.faqs.
org/rfcs/rfc 1 812.html; Jun. 1995; pp. 1-29.
Jan. 21, 2010
(Continued)
Related US. Application Data
(63)
Continuation of application No. 11/300,902, ?led on
Dec. 15, 2005, now Pat. No. 8,000,314, which is a
continuation of application No. 10/386,159, ?led on
Mar. 10, 2003, now Pat. No. 7,054,271, which is a
continuation of application No. 09/492,933, ?led on
Jan. 27, 2000, now abandoned, which is a continuation
of application No. 08/760,895, ?led on Dec. 6, 1996,
now Pat. No. 6,044,062.
(51)
Int. Cl.
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(2009.01)
US. Cl. ....................... .. 370/351; 370/400; 455/445
Field of Classi?cation Search ................ .. 370/237,
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370/328, 338, 351, 400, 465, 501; 455/403,
455/422.1, 423, 426.2, 445.73, 561, 11.1
Primary Examiner * Andrew Chriss
Assistant Examiner * Curtis A Alia
(74) Attorney, Agent, or Firm * Trenton A. Ward, Esq.;
Troutman Sanders LLP
(57)
ABSTRACT
A wireless network, which includes a wireless router client
operable to broadcast data packets to at least one wireless
server and one additional wireless client. Each client and
server includes programs for determining optimum routes
between them. The client also includes a program for deter
mining if a received data packet is not addressed to it and if the
packet has been sent via a new optimal route unknown to the
client, and for notifying the respective server of such a new
optimal route.
See application ?le for complete search history.
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