Updated April 16, 2002
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CDMA 2000, Wireless VPNs, Wireless Security
April 24, 2002. San Francisco, California. Hosted by
Chair: Peter Rysavy, Rysavy
Information for Presenters
CDMA carriers are upgrading their networks to CDMA2000 1XRTT
1XRTT promises enhanced packet-data services that will enable a broad
of applications. We intend to investigate the capabilities of this
In addition, we intend to investigate the operation of VPNs across
and to examine wireless security issues in general.
Proposed topics include:
In addition, we will be following up on ongoing PCCA efforts, including
CDMA2000 1XRTT capabilities, architecture, protocols
Using VPNs with wireless networks
Wireless specific VPNs versus conventional VPNs
Security across heterogeneous (e.g. cellular/WLAN) networks
IP address management in wireless networks and effect on VPNs
Status of WLAN security standards
Other wireless security issues
Other topics to be determined
wireless extensions to NDIS, sending AT commands to wireless modems
IP protocols and our ongoing wireless interoperability workshops.
Note that we are currently developing the agenda. We will update
page as we
finalize the agenda.
TUESDAY, APRIL 23, CDMA2000 1XRTT WORKSHOP
Verizon Wireless is hosting their CDMA2000 1XRTT network. Our
emphasize VPN compatibility (as well as general connectivity) with
Sierra Wireless and Kyocera will be providing wireless devices.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 8:30 AM TO 4:30 PM - PCCA MEETING
Note new hours (previously 9:00 to 4:00)
Hosting company presentation, Ryan Gorostiza, Qualcomm
PCCA business items
Review and planning of future 2002 meetings
Review of action items from previous meeting
Review of interoperability workshop program and prior day workshop
Ron Smith, Intel
- Ongoing PCCA projects
+WS46=27: GMR-1 final vote
PCCA NDIS Wireless Objects (status)
AT Commands via IP (status)
Verizon's 1XRTT Network, Franke Martinez, Verizon Wireless
CDMA2000 Architecture, Protocols and Performance, Peter Rysavy, Rysavy
BREW, Brian Kelley, Qualcomm
Wireless LAN Security Architectures, Rich Neves, ReefEdge
Wireless Driver Design Direction, Warren Barkley, Microsoft
Challenges of Wireless Security, Paul Fahn, Certicom
Carrier Provided VPNs Versus End-to-end VPNs, Elvis Tucker, Megisto
Security Models for Heterogeneous Networks, Emil Sturniolo, NetMotion
Wireless NDIS, MCPC Update, Market Forecast, Hiroyuki Sakamoto, MCPC
Development of recommendations and action items
The meeting will be held in a meeting room at the Westin Hotel San
Westin Hotel San Francisco Airport
1 Old Bayshore
Millbrae, Ca 94030
The Westin offers a complimentary shuttle service.
The registration deadline is April 17, 2002.
Organizations that are not PCCA members, and that have not attended
prior PCCA meetings,
may attend either the workshop or PCCA meeting for a fee of $400 per
person, or both for $500.
This fee is waived under special circumstances.
The following information is for people presenting at this PCCA
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Presentations are typically 30 minutes to 45 minutes long unless
This is a technical audience, so please make the presentations
should be on industry issues and proposed solutions versus selling
- There is usually a 5 to 15 minute discussion following the
We will provide an LCD projector.
The audience is technical, consisting mostly of engineering and program
Generally, 30 to 50 people attend each meeting, representing a broad
the wireless industry, including carriers, infrastructure vendors,
software vendors and computer vendors.
- If you are presenting a technical contribution, please provide
We will advise you on the number.
- We request a copy of your presentation (PDF or PPT) before the
so that we
can post it in the members area of the PCCA web page.