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A Framework for End-to-End QoS Context Transfer in Mobile IPv6 [chapter]

Chuda Liu, Depei Qian, Yi Liu, Kaiping Xiao
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This paper presents a framework for end-to-end QoS context transfer based on the architecture of F-HMIPv6, which may provide an end-to-end QoS context transfer for real-time applications, therefore they  ...  Context transfers allow better node mobility support, and avoid re-initiation of signaling to and from a Mobile Node (MN).  ...  In section 4, we propose a framework for end-to-end RSVP context transfer in Mobile IPv6, including the network model and context transfer process and the performance comparison.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-30199-8_39 fatcat:73hkoq2ffnf2jg2eafmkuk2zt4

Efficient QoS based mobile multicast using context transfer

Ilka Miloucheva, Olaf Menzel, Karl Jonas, Rui L. Aguiar
2017 Journal of Communications Software and Systems  
This paper discusses architecture aimed to support QoS based mobile multicast in heterogeneous mobile IPv6 environmentusing context transfer between access routers for seamlesshandover of mobile multicast  ...  New challenging applications and scenarios for converged fixed and mobile Internet infrastructures, require efficient technologies adapting the multicast services for fixed IPv6 infrastructures to heterogeneous  ...  , the mobile node sends a CTAR message either to the pAR and nAR in order to activate the context transfer.  ... 
doi:10.24138/jcomss.v2i2.293 fatcat:2xfbzirf6jd2jp6tlgbfftgin4

Seamless Handover for IMS over Mobile-IPv6 Using Context Transfer [article]

Reza Farahbakhsh, Naser Movahhedinia
2012 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper we present two context transfer mechanisms based on predictive and reactive schemes, to support seamless handover in IMS over Mobile IPv6.  ...  Moreover, we present two methods for QoS parameters negotiations to preserve service quality along the mobile user movement path.  ...  [10] has proposed a framework for the end-to-end QoS context transfer in Mobile IPv6 which provides an end-to-end QoS context transfer for real-time applications and minimizes the handover service disruption  ... 
arXiv:1208.1207v1 fatcat:tdjzy27dqrd7hgmf3qruqghfo4

A mobility framework to improve heterogeneous wireless network services

Chong Shen, Wencai Du, Robert Atkinson, James Irvine, Dirk Pesch
2011 International Journal of Ad Hoc and Ubiquitous Computing  
We propose and investigate the Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) enabled mobility framework to improve the user mobility experience in heterogenous wireless networks.  ...  The framework considers the traditional IP network infrastructure, IPv6 based mobility support, multihoming, traffic flow transparent handovers and flat/dynamic mobility policy enforcement to guarantee  ...  Acknowledgement The work reported in Section 1 has formed part of the work area 2 flexible networks of the Core 5 Research Programme of the Virtual Centre of Excellence in Mobile and Personal Communications  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijahuc.2011.037854 fatcat:7q2emdxwl5blzirek5ff43blka

Rapidly IPv6 multimedia management schemes based LTE-A wireless networks

Abeer Twakol Khalil, A. I. Abdel-Fatah, Hesham Ali Sakr
2019 International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)  
By using OPNET Simulator 17.5, In accordance with these schemes, it was proven that the IPv6-GMPLS scheme is the best choice for the system's operation, in comparison to the IPv6-MPLS and Mobile IPv6 for  ...  Ensuring the best quality of smart multimedia services becomes an essential goal for modern enterprises so there is always a need for effective IP mobility smart management schemes in order to fulfill  ...  In this context, they suggested a dynamic QoS-based IP handoff management procedure with the purpose of handling the application-centric mobility management.  ... 
doi:10.11591/ijece.v9i4.pp3077-3089 fatcat:2uj6gecmpnhcxbu5kga2jss2om

QoS abstraction layer in 4G access networks

Gustavo Carneiro, Manuel Ricardo
2007 Telecommunications Systems  
In this paper a new protocol is proposed aimed at solving this problem-the QoS Abstraction Layer (QoSAL).  ...  Layer 2 access networks will consist of wireless bridges (access points) that isolate, concatenated, or in mesh provide access to mobile nodes.  ...  There have been end-to-end QoS solutions for many years. The Integrated Services framework offers a QoS reservation service for individual application flows, also called micro-flows.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11235-007-9039-z fatcat:7fygoeh2bzcadorlbibrru6gla

QoS- Conditionalized Handoff for Mobile IPv6 [chapter]

Xiaoming Fu, Holger Karl, Cornelia Kappler
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we present a scheme that enables a mobile user to perform a "QoS-conditionalized" handoff when moving to an overlapping area in Mobile IPv6.  ...  The idea is to use a QoS hop-by-hop option piggybacked in the binding messages for QoS signaling and conditionalize a handoff upon the availability of sufficient resources along the new transmission path  ...  The authors are very grateful to Andreas Festag, Günter Schäfer, Changpeng Fan, and Mirko Schramm, who have contributed many important ideas as well as to Hemant Chaskar and Hesham Soliman for their insightful  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-47906-6_58 fatcat:wxyzllivtjeyrjdtfxvqwjlzky

The 'pure-IP' Moby Dick 4G architecture

Jürgen Jähnert, Jie Zhou, Rui L. Aguiar, Victor Marques, Michelle Wetterwald, Eric Melin, Jose I. Moreno, Antonio Cuevas, Marco Liebsch, Ralf Schmitz, Piotr Pacyna, Telemaco Melia (+6 others)
2005 Computer Communications  
a uniform way with an all-IPv6-based signalling.  ...  Furthermore, the paper shows how to combine these mechanisms of three traditionally quite separate architectures -for Authentication, Authorisation, Accounting and Charging (AAAC), for Mobility (Mobile  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The work presented was partly funded by the EU project IST-2000-25394 "Moby Dick" (Mobility and Differentiated Services in a Future IP network). We  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2004.11.013 fatcat:jycepmjihvgpngy3ws3gh565sy

A Cross-System Approach for Multimedia Services with IP Multicast in 4G Networks

Diogo Gomes, Rui L. Aguiar, Susana Sargento
2008 Wireless personal communications  
The increased demand for multimedia services by mobile end users in recent years have driven both Broadcast and Wireless Network operators to develop new systems and architectures for the deployment of  ...  3GPP/MBMS and DVB, where services can be delivered to end-users in the most appropriate way for end-users and operators alike.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The work presented in this paper was partially funded by the EU project IST-2002-506997 Daidalos II, and thanks are due to several partners that contributed to its development  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11277-008-9626-7 fatcat:2sgnxqrpgjhublc3tufbtubswu

A Framework for Mobility and QoS Provisioning in IPv6 DECT Networks [chapter]

Sarantis Paskalis, Georgios Lampropoulos, Dimitris Skyrianoglou, Evangelos Zervas
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We propose a framework for mobility and QoS provisioning in IPv6 DECT networks.  ...  Mobile IPv6 is deployed, in conjunction with standard DECT mobility procedures to provide a suitable environment for Internet users on the move. Furthermore, RSVP is utilized to handle QoS signaling.  ...  QoS framework.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-38076-0_24 fatcat:ihs3qxkbjve73mzd7c5kggqas4

A QoS-enabled resource management scheme for F-HMIPv6 micro mobility approach

Nuno Vasco Lopes, Maria João Nicolau, Alexandre Santos
2011 Telecommunications Systems  
In this context micro mobility management schemes such as Fast Handovers over Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 (F-HMIPv6) will be a useful tool in reducing Mobile IPv6 (MIPv6) handover disruption and thereby to  ...  Therefore, in order to accomplish this goal, a novel resource management scheme for the Differentiated Services (DiffServ) QoS model is proposed to be used as an add-on to F-HMIPv6.  ...  Relating to scientific articles in [32] the authors proposed a QoS framework for end-to-end differentiated services in Mobile IPv6.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11235-011-9653-7 fatcat:sunr5s6oujg5jdzsvjbswu7qda

Mobility Across Multiple Technologies -the Daidalos Approach

Piotr PACYNA, Janusz GOZDECKI, Krzysztof LOZIAK, Andrzej JAJSZCZYK
2006 Interdisciplinary Information Sciences  
The architecture implements an approach to heterogeneity management in which supporting functions are distributed among the end-devices and the network infrastructure.  ...  It supports both mobile-and network-initiated handovers, managed in a technology-independent way.  ...  The authors wish to thank the partners of the Daidalos Consortium, in particular partners of WP2 and WP3 for their collaborative work.  ... 
doi:10.4036/iis.2006.127 fatcat:aph3sh2iwzhrrouxblwklyhubu

Methodology towards Integrating Scenarios and Testbeds for Demonstrating Autonomic/Self-managing Networks and Behaviors Required in Future Networks [chapter]

Vassilios Kaldanis, Peter Benko, Domonkos Asztalos, Csaba Simon, Ranganai Chaparadza, Giannis Katsaros
2011 Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering  
by IPv6 and its evolution along the path to the Self-Managing Future Internet.  ...  There are some challenges involved when designing and applying a framework for integrating and validating Scenarios demonstrating autonomic behaviors we share in this paper, and show how we have addressed  ...  • How the adopted strategy achieved its purposes • Setup the required framework for other projects to build on the top and expand further IPv6++ context [4] , [10] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-20931-4_19 fatcat:yw7mdafrynbfbequexpwt37wcq

Evaluation of mobility and quality of service interaction

Jukka Manner, Alberto Lopéz Toledo, Andrej Mihailovic, Héctor L. Velayos Mun̈oz, Eleanor Hepworth, Youssef Khouaja
2002 Computer Networks  
This generates a new challenge for QoS provision, as it will have to deal with fast mobility of terminals.  ...  With the fast adoption of IP-based communications for mobile computing, users are expecting a similar service in wireless and wired networks.  ...  Acknowledgements This work has been performed in the framework of the IST project IST-1999-10050 BRAIN, which is partly funded by the European Union.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1389-1286(01)00255-9 fatcat:5rikms3idbcuxhuhp4u2xanc4q

Scalable qos-aware mobility for future mobile operators

R.L. Aguiar, S. Sargento, A. Banchs, C.J. Bernardos, M. Calderon, I. Soto, M. Liebsch, T. Melia, P. Pacyna
2006 IEEE Communications Magazine  
The forthcoming convergence of cellular and wireless data networks is often manifested in an "all IP approach" in which all communications are based on an end-to-end IP protocol framework.  ...  Telecom operators and Internet service providers are heading for a new shift in communications paradigms.  ...  In order to set up the MT's context in the nAR, the context transfer (CT) function is used to transfer the mobility-related state (including security information). Quality of service.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2006.1668426 fatcat:cyu67cw4wzgtng55vjwanixseu
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