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Analytical Approach of Proxy-LMA Mobility System in Heterogeneous IP-based Mobile Networks

Chulhee Cho, Jae-Young Choi, Jongpil Jeong
2015 International journal of advanced smart convergence  
The purpose of the proposed Proxy-LMA system is to expand the boundary of the mobility with regards to the existing mobility management protocol (PMIPv6 and MIPv6) in order to guarantee global mobility  ...  The results of the performance evaluation showed that the proposed Proxy-LMA system was more efficient than other methods from the standpoint of signaling cost and delay in the heterogeneous network environment  ...  PMIPv6 has higher cost-effectiveness in terms of the signaling cost compared to MIPv6.  ... 
doi:10.7236/ijasc.2015.4.1.71 fatcat:es2odqh3hzdmxdej763ieitwsu

The PMIPv6-Based Group Binding Update for IoT Devices

Jianfeng Guan, Ilsun You, Changqiao Xu, Hongke Zhang
2016 Mobile Information Systems  
In particular, we describe its group creation procedure, analyze its impact on the mobility management, and derive its reduction ratio in terms of signaling cost.  ...  Clearly analyzing these characters and using them in the mobility management will reduce the signaling cost and improve the scalability.  ...  Proxy MIPv6 (PMIPv6) [25] was proposed to deal with the mobility-related signaling messages.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2016/7853219 fatcat:5aty4loutbgttarwvbk6dawo7y

A Study of Network Based Mobility Management Schemes, 6LoWPAN Mobility, Open Issues and Proposed Solutions [article]

Riaz A Khan, Ajaz Hussain Mir
2014 arXiv   pre-print
Existing research has made many improvements in terms of HO latency but less attention has paid towards signaling cost and packet loss particularly in time critical areas.  ...  Host based mobility protocols; MIPv6 and its extensions are not suitable for these resource constrained devices.  ...  To anticipate these problems of MIPv6, a proxy-based mobility approach in which resource-constrained sensor nodes can be relieved from heavy mobility signaling, significantly lessens time and energy overheads  ... 
arXiv:1408.2632v1 fatcat:h7glleaaojhk5kvnvya24ff3am

Mobility Management Issues and Solutions in 5G-and-Beyond Networks: A Comprehensive Review

Maraj Uddin Ahmed Siddiqui, Faizan Qamar, Muhammad Tayyab, MHD Nour Hindia, Quang Ngoc Nguyen, Rosilah Hassan
2022 Electronics  
The current centralized mobility system could not be sufficient to manage an explosive increase in data volume and is considered a steadily rising issue in modern wireless communication.  ...  In this paper, we present the potential and benefits of flat network design for efficient and fast routing of traffic and furnish the effectiveness of the scheme toward mobility management in B5G by delineating  ...  The analytical results validated the sharp reduction in HO latency and up to 50% signaling cost, whereas in [83] an SDN-based fast HO optimum routing in DMM (SDN-FHOR-DMM) scheme was proposed for vehicle  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics11091366 fatcat:2luetwskavfcnmmn3sxxkra63e

Design a New Proposed Route Optimization Scheme Based NEMO-Centric MANEMO (NCM)

Ahmed A. Mousa, Aisha Hassan Abdalla, Khalid Al Khateeb, Othman Khalifa, Huda Adibah
2014 2014 3rd International Conference on Advanced Computer Science Applications and Technologies  
In order to address NEMO RO suboptimal, this work utilizes the NCM protocol plus to PHA. The proposed MANEMO RO scheme is a layer three solution to support RO for mobile networks.  ...  Route Optimization (RO) refers to any approach that optimizes the transmission of packets between a Mobile Network Node/Mobile Router and a Corresponding Node/Home Agent.  ...  A PHA can act either as a HA for the MN/MR, or as an MN/MR for the HA, or an MN/MR for CN, or MN/MR for CR, or an MN/MR for other proxies.  ... 
doi:10.1109/acsat.2014.37 fatcat:bps47ivmkrd7tm54tr4g4tcbym

Performance Evaluation of Distributed Mobility Management Protocols: Limitations and Solutions for Future Mobile Networks

J. Carmona-Murillo, I. Soto, F. J. Rodríguez-Pérez, D. Cortés-Polo, J. L. González-Sánchez
2017 Mobile Information Systems  
Our results show that, in some scenarios, when users move at high speed and/or when the mobile node is running long-lasting applications, the DMM approaches incur high signaling cost and long handover  ...  In this paper, we conduct an analytical and simulated evaluation of the main centralized and proposed Distributed Mobility Management (DMM) solutions.  ...  The latter is an access router (AR) that manages the mobility-related signaling for an MN that is attached to it.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2017/2568983 fatcat:bcdujlvqxfcp3dgvf3kh7t6rte

DMAP: A Scalable and Efficient Integrated Mobility and Service Management Scheme for Mobile IPv6 Systems

Ing-ray Chen, Weiping He, Baoshan Gu
2006 Local Computer Networks (LCN), Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on  
We investigate an integrated mobility and service management scheme based on MIPv6 with the goal to minimize the overall network signaling cost in MIPv6 systems for serving mobility and service management  ...  Under our DMAP protocol, a MN optimally determines when and where to launch a DMAP to minimize the network cost in serving the user's mobility and service management operations.  ...  When SMR is low, K opt is high for DMAP compared with a fixed K H for HMIPv6, in which case the cost saving is due to mobility cost reduction.  ... 
doi:10.1109/lcn.2006.322033 dblp:conf/lcn/ChenHG06 fatcat:tjqwuex7jrc6rcwtausqsh72bm

DMAP: integrated mobility and service management in mobile IPv6 systems

Ing-Ray Chen, Weiping He, Baoshan Gu
2007 Wireless personal communications  
We investigate an integrated mobility and service management scheme based on MIPv6 with the goal to minimize the overall network signaling cost in MIPv6 systems for serving mobility and service management  ...  Mobile IPv6 (MIPv6) is a work in progress IETF standard for enabling mobility in IPv6 networks and is expected to have wide deployment.  ...  When SMR is low, K opt is high for DMAP compared with a fixed K H for HMIPv6, in which case the cost saving is due to mobility cost reduction.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11277-007-9276-1 fatcat:jen3aylikbbodl6sjpo6lkqnci

Low latency IP mobility management: protocol and analysis

Min Liu, Xiaobing Guo, Anfu Zhou, Shengling Wang, Zhongcheng Li, Eryk Dutkiewicz
2011 EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking  
It also provides an easy-to-use mechanism for MNs to manage and control each traffic session with a different policy and provide specific QoS support.  ...  Subsequently, we propose an analytical framework for systematic and thorough performance evaluation of mobile IP-based mobility management protocols.  ...  As shown in Table 2 , in BT mode, ADA increases by 2 to 4 packets the signaling cost for one handoff compared to MIPv6 and CNLP.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1687-1499-2011-25 fatcat:tycu2lqbfffxtpuyqcjunceih4

A unified MIPv6 and PMIPv6 route optimization scheme for heterogeneous mobility management domains

Wen-Kang Jia
2014 Computer Networks  
Client-based Mobile IPv6 (MIPv6) is the most widely known mobility management scheme, and fast emerging Proxy-based Mobile IPv6 (PMIPv6) scheme offers an alternative.  ...  Simulation results show that TDPBU can improve the performance in terms of the end-to-end latency, signaling cost, throughput, route optimization latency, route optimization blocking rate, and power consumption  ...  An accessory method presents in the [11] [12] [13] to decide which entity will manage the signaling of mobile management for the MN, either the MN itself or the network.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2014.10.011 fatcat:dgbojzbcwvachooo3qgroqzat4

A Simulative Study on the Performance Evaluation for Simultaneous and Successive Mobility for Mobile IPv6

Abdullah
2010 Journal of Computer Science  
Approach: This article analyzed the simultaneous and successive fast mobility problems and handover latency. Then propose a mechanism by adopting technique to the mobile node's Home Agent.  ...  Thus, MIPv6 is vulnerable to the simultaneous mobility problem which leads to the interruption of communication and cause messages lost, especially protocol messages.  ...  and optimize mobility management cost in MIPv6 domain.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2010.1511.1517 fatcat:vowidzc6vzbjhf2aa5x34naoem

A Survey on Proxy Mobile IPv6 Handover

Hero Modares, Amirhosein Moravejosharieh, Jaime Lloret, Rosli Bin Salleh
2016 IEEE Systems Journal  
As wireless technologies have been improving in recent years, a mobility management mechanism is required to provide seamless and ubiquitous mobility for end users who are roaming among points of attachment  ...  In PMIPv6, which is a network-based approach, the serving network controls mobility management on behalf of the mobile node (MN).  ...  Unlike the MIPv6, PMIP6 allows the serving network to control the mobility management on behalf of an MN, thereby eliminating the MN from any mobility-related signaling.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsyst.2013.2297705 fatcat:wam6pusekzbhzkdq3wcujxrbva

A Simulative Study on the Performance Evaluation for Simultaneous and Successive Mobility for Mobile IPv6

Abdullah
2010 Journal of Computer Science  
Approach: This article analyzed the simultaneous and successive fast mobility problems and handover latency. Then propose a mechanism by adopting technique to the mobile node's Home Agent.  ...  Thus, MIPv6 is vulnerable to the simultaneous mobility problem which leads to the interruption of communication and cause messages lost, especially protocol messages.  ...  and optimize mobility management cost in MIPv6 domain.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jcssp.2010.1505.1511 fatcat:in3u62o5fvbgbczeyltpsbkg7y

Improvement in the Mobility of Mobile IPV6 Based Mobile Networks using Reverse Routing Header Protocol and Fast Handoff

Mohit Bagde, P. Sankar
2013 International Journal of Mobile Network Communications & Telematics  
For large networks, an extension, namely, the Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 is used, which suffers from overloading of the Home Agent as every packet sent has to pass through it and this produces a significant  ...  In this paper, a method to improve the mobility using the fast handover of Mobile IPv6 (FMIPv6) and the Reverse Routing Header Protocol is proposed.  ...  While MIPv6 manages mobility for a single host, the Network Mobility Basic Support Protocol (NEMO BSP) Although host-based Mobile IPv6 protocols have been studied extensively, a different approach where  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijmnct.2013.3602 fatcat:hd4ltgujznbv7h77dctwgdhvza

A New Strategy for Signaling Overhead Reduction in the Proxy Mobile IPv6 Protocol

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2012 American Journal of Applied Sciences  
Proxy Mobile IPv6 (PMIPv6) has been standardized to overcome the long handoff latency, packet loss and signaling overhead of MIPv6 and to exempt the mobile node from any involvement in the handoff process  ...  to reduce the handoff signaling cost.  ...  Proxy mobile IPv6 protocol (Gundavelli et al., 2008) is standardized by IETF as an extension to MIPv6 protocol to provide network mobility management for a mobile node in a topologically localized domain  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajassp.2012.535.541 fatcat:75s4leyg4rg47l6h7zaxgu2qae
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