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Anthony R Metke, Donald E Eastlake III: Method and apparatus for external organization path length validation within a public key infrastructure (PKI). Motorola Solutions, July 9, 2013: US08484461

A method and apparatus for external organization (EO) path length (EOPL) validation are provided. A relying party node (RPN) stores a current EO path length constraint (EOPLC) value, and an EOPL counter that maintains a count of an actual external organization path length. The RPN obtains a chain of ...


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Anthony R Metke, Donald E Eastlake III: Method and apparatus for external organization path length validation within a public key infrastructure (PKI). Motorola Solutions, Randi L Karpinia, Brian M Mancini, May 13, 2014: US08726012

A method for external organization path length (EOPL) validation is provided. A relying party node of an organization receives an authentication request from a subject node of an external organization. The relying party node then obtains and evaluates certificates from a chain of certificates that l ...


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Anthony R Metke, Robert D LoGalbo: System and methods for providing multi-hop access in a communications network. Motorola, October 19, 2006: US20060236377-A1

A system and methods for providing a supplicant access to a communications network are disclosed. An authenticator receives an authentication request at an authenticator (210) from the supplicant. A state is created based on the authentication request at the authenticator (210). The authentication r ...


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Anthony R Metke, Aparna Pandey, Joseph E Phillips, Christopher G Ware: Method and system for data transmission in a wireless network. Motorola, February 15, 2007: US20070036089-A1

A method and system for data transmission by computational devices in a wireless network (100) are disclosed. A computational device (102) organizes the wireless network in a hierarchical topology having at least one root node and updates a list of interferers and a list of descendents. Then, the co ...


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Liang Guo, Whay C Lee, Anthony R Metke, Deepak Bansal: Routing topology bandwidth management methods and system. Motorola, May 31, 2007: US20070121503-A1

A system for facilitating bandwidth management in a routing domain (100), the system including: a domain bandwidth manager (116); and a plurality of area bandwidth managers (118, 120, 122, 124, 126, 128) coupled to the domain bandwidth manager and arranged in accordance with an OSPF hierarchical rou ...


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Anthony R Metke, Bob D LoGalbo: Method and apparatus for providing a supplicant access to a requested service. Motorola, June 21, 2007: US20070143605-A1

Providing a supplicant access to at least one requested service is described. An authentication request is received, wherein the authentication request comprises an association request and an identifier to a requested service. A relationship between the supplicant and the requested service based on ...


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Christopher G Ware, Randy L Ekl, Anthony R Metke: Method and apparatus for packet scheduling in a wireless network. General Instrument Corporation, General Instrument Corporation Dba The Connected, Home Solutions Business Of Motorola, June 14, 2007: US20070133454-A1

Method and apparatus for packet scheduling in a wireless network is described. First values for a data transmission rate are measured for each of a plurality of mobile stations over time. Second values for a function of the data transmission rate are computed using at least one of the first values f ...


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Anthony R Metke, Surender Kumar: Method and apparatus for redirection of Domain Name Service (DNS) packets. Motorola, September 13, 2007: US20070211714-A1

Techniques are provided which can allow a host to determine whether to send a DNS request via a distributed Domain Name Service (DNS) protocol or a regular DNS protocol.


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Randy L Ekl, Mark J Johnson, Anthony R Metke, Aparna Pandey, Joseph E Phillips, Christopher G Ware: Method and apparatus for myopic root node selection in an ad hoc network. Motorola, August 30, 2007: US20070204021-A1

Techniques are provided for selecting a root node in an ad hoc network comprising a plurality of nodes including a first node. According to one implementation of these techniques, a first node can receive a message from at least one of the other nodes. Each message includes a number of primary facto ...


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Anthony R Metke, Surender Kumar: Method and apparatus for automated infrastructure ad hoc mode and autonomous ad hoc mode selection. Motorola, September 13, 2007: US20070214283-A1

Techniques are provided which can allow a host to determine whether to send a DNS request via a distributed Domain Name Service (DNS) protocol or a regular DNS protocol.