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Mobile communication terminal for providing ad-hoc network service and method for managing ad-hoc network using the same

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A method for managing an ad-hoc network using a mobile communication terminal is disclosed. The method includes creating an address table that stores ad-hoc network addresses of the mobile communication terminals and a routing table that stores routing information of the terminals, allocating an address to a first mobile communication terminal and storing the result in the address table, receiving topology change information of the ad-hoc network from the first terminal, updating the routing table and then transmitting it to the first terminal and other ad-hoc network participating terminals. Since the ad-hoc network is managed using the mobile communication network system, the mobile communication network and the ad-hoc network are all effectively managed.

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