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Traditionally, cellular wide area networks like UMTS are used as Internet access networks for particular users but, in some cases, they can be employed to provide Internet access to other smaller networks as well. The main inconvenient is that cellular networks have not the same bandwidth than wired networks and therefore, the cellular channel becomes a network bottle-neck. To help to mitigate this situation and in order to improve the user's experience different optimization techniques exist,doi:10.1109/mue.2008.74 dblp:conf/mue/Sanchez-LoroBCC08 fatcat:ux56zgejhna6bm2j7cpx52nxfy