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Simulation studies on dynamic and distributed domain-based mobile IPv6 mobility management

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3 Author(s)
Chang Woo Pyo ; Doctoral Program Syst. & Inf. Eng., Tsukuba Univ., Ibaraki, Japan ; Jie Li ; Kameda, H.

We address mobility management for the Internet protocol version 6 in mobile networks, namely mobile IPv6 (MIPv6). To correctly transfer IPv6 packets to a mobile node (MN), the MN has to update its binding to the home network while roaming away from its home network. Mobile IP networks suffer high binding update traffic from high rates of handoffs and the long packet delivery delay from the large distance to the home network. In this paper, we introduce a dynamic and distributed mobility management protocol for MIPv 6 to reduce the binding update and packet delivery delay and traffic. We describe the basic protocol operations, and examine the performance improvement of our mobility management against the previous mobile IP mobility management methods. We show that the dynamic and distributed mobility management method outperforms other previous methods, and the dynamic approach provides the optimal mobility solution for MIPv6 and the distributed approach can decentralize the network load.

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Networks, 2003. ICON2003. The 11th IEEE International Conference on

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28 Sept.-1 Oct. 2003