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Improving quality of service in cellular IP domains

B. Rozsas, S. Imre
2003 Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Telecommunications, 2003. ConTEL 2003.  
In today's networks there is a convergence to an integrated IP-based network. IETF's Mobile IP handles global macro-mobility in the IP based infocommunication networks.  ...  In this paper we introduce an efficient solution for improving quality of service in Cellular IP micro-mobility domains. We also show simulation results for our new method. I.  ...  Figure 1 . 1 Architecture of a Mobile IP network with micro-mobility (Cellular IP) support. Figure 2 . 2 The Figure 3 . 3 The domain with alternative routes inside and between domains.  ... 
doi:10.1109/contel.2003.176953 fatcat:ovuqf2tykbf4nhzy6g5ai72ola

Integrating IP Mobility Management Protocols and MANET: A Survey

Mohammad Al mojamed
2020 Future Internet  
The integration of MANET and IP networks raises many challenges and issues. Mobility management is one of the main challenges.  ...  Traditional mobility management protocols provide seamless mobility in a single hop infrastructure network.  ...  Mobile IP enriched wireless local area network architecture (MEWLANA) [46] presented a mobile-enriched wireless local area network architecture with two versions to extend Mobile IP functionality to  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi12090150 fatcat:6bikflojyvg33fxxjhcoff4mei

Mobility Management, Quality of Service, and Security in the Design of Next Generation Wireless Network

Deeya S Nursimloo, Anthony H Chan
2005 African Journal of Information & Communication Technology  
While Mobile IPv6 is generally used to support macro-mobility, integrating Mobile IPv6 with Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to support IP traffic will lead to improved mobility performance.  ...  Heterogeneous networks raise many challenges in security.  ...  As shown in Fig. 3 , macro-mobility refers to mobile nodes moving between two networks. Micro-mobility refers to mobile nodes moving within a network.  ... 
doi:10.5130/ajict.v1i1.27 fatcat:g7y7mzlkz5g25niyy5jbgflyea

Localized Mobility Management in MPLS-based Access Networks

Javier Carmona-Murillo
2002 The Smart Computing Review  
The continuous efforts made towards efficient mobility management in next-generation wireless networks are one of the major challenges for next-generation mobile systems.  ...  We highlight the importance of the tunneling method with special attention to those protocols that have integrated Multi-Protocol Label Switching in its access network.  ...  These 2 steps of the LW Mobile MPLS architecture are similar to the proposed architecture in the FH-Micro Mobile MPLS scheme.  ... 
doi:10.6029/smartcr.2012.02.002 fatcat:wwre7g4ii5e6zavtftbyrvrh7a

Efficient micro-mobility using intra-domain multicast-based mechanisms (M&M)

Ahmed Helmy, Muhammad Jaseemuddin, Ganesha Bhaskara
2002 Computer communication review  
One very important metric in evaluation of IP mobility protocols is handover performance. Handover occurs when a mobile node changes its network point-of-attachment.  ...  Mobile IP (MIP) has been shown to exhibit poor handover performance during micro-mobility.  ...  In this architecture, a mobile node is assigned a multicast address within a domain for use with micro mobility. The allocated multicast address is locally scoped (i.e., unique only domain-wide).  ... 
doi:10.1145/774749.774759 fatcat:ocq25pbj6bcqhm4jba3vuucj2a


Gunasundari R, Gunabarathy A.R.
2010 ICTACT Journal on Communication Technology  
In this paper an integrated mobility management protocol for IP based wireless networks is proposed and analyzed. Simulation results presented in this paper are based on ns 2.  ...  A practical solution would therefore require integration of Mobile IP and Micro mobility protocols where Mobile IP handles macro mobility and micro mobility protocols handles micro mobility.  ...  CONCLUSION To provide a complete micro mobility solution, integration of micro and macro mobility protocols architecture is proposed in this paper.  ... 
doi:10.21917/ijct.2010.0009 fatcat:3l2bgrjrpvgplgkqxx2yfsxrlu

Future Trends and Challenges for Mobile and Convergent Networks [article]

Jose Moura, Christopher Edwards
2016 arXiv   pre-print
communities to manage these networks in completely novel and intelligent ways, otherwise, current network infrastructures can not offer a connection service with an acceptable quality for both emergent  ...  for diverse flows ending at multi-mode devices in mobile scenarios.  ...  HMIPv6 proposes a two-level hierarchical network infrastructure to support host mobility and defines a micro-mobility domain as a group of several visiting networks that a mobile node can potentially visit  ... 
arXiv:1601.06202v1 fatcat:qnwwlsx73vdl7jovetgmycawty

Graceful Degradation of Transport Layer in Mobile Internet [chapter]

Yosuke Matsushita, Takahiro Matsuda, Miki Yamamoto
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In mobile Internet, a handover may result in significant degradation of transmission performance.  ...  Especially in a shared medium wireless network, handover traffic which moves into a new wireless access network competes with existing traffic for available bandwidth of shared medium wireless channel.  ...  The network architecture of mobile Internet Mobile IP was proposed to solve inherent issues in IP routing protocol where packets destined to a mobile node would not be able to reach it while the mobile  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24643-5_11 fatcat:i7uequggsjcy3bdj472iiznfay

An integrated QoS, security and mobility framework for delivering ubiquitous services across all IP-based networks

Yingli Sheng, Haitham Cruickshank, A. Dev Pragad, Paul Pangalos, A. Hamid Aghvami
2008 2008 IEEE 19th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications  
The EN is an intelligent entity with a network sub-layer, which integrates QoS, security and Mobility Management (MM).  ...  ENs are located in the access network and they communicate with each other via signalling.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The work reported in this paper has formed part of the  ... 
doi:10.1109/pimrc.2008.4699850 dblp:conf/pimrc/ShengCPPA08 fatcat:hxiw4qiy7rfnnlvp6ekjmjqjhe

QoS-aware architecture for FHMIP micromobility

Nuno Vasco Lopes, Maria Joao Nicolau, Alexandre Santos
2009 2009 International Conference on Ultra Modern Telecommunications & Workshops  
Wireless networks will certainly run applications with strict QoS requirements and so, micro-mobility protocols such as Fast Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 (FHMIP) are useful tools to accomplish this new feature  ...  network congestion control.  ...  There are few proposals for micro-mobility, such as Hierarchical Mobile IP, Fast Handover, Cellular IP and HAWAII but a detailed comparation of these protocols can be found, as a survey, in P.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icumt.2009.5345525 dblp:conf/icumt/LopesNS09 fatcat:ckaakoegsvcyvajfw7gxn5vyym

A review of mobility support paradigms for the internet

Deguang Le, Xiaoming Fu, Dieter Hogrefe
2006 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
The key issue of this vision is how to support mobility in TCP/IP networks. In this article we review the TCP/IP protocol stack and analyze the problems associated with it in the mobile environment.  ...  Nevertheless, as analyzed in more detail below, they demonstrate both pros and cons in dealing with mobility support in terms of efficiency, functionality, security, etc.  ...  In addition, anonymous reviewers, as well as Martin Reisslein, Editor-of-Chief of IEEE Communication Surveys and Tutorials, provided constructive suggestions for improvements and clarifications of the  ... 
doi:10.1109/comst.2006.323441 fatcat:6cgfqwzyqbbexczmldo4v75y3q

A survey of Mobile IP in cellular and Mobile Ad-Hoc Network environments

Tin-Yu Wu, Ching-Yang Huang, Han-Chieh Chao
2005 Ad hoc networks  
The ad-hoc network is a non-infrastructure architecture; in which nodes can access services from one another regardless where they are.  ...  Using the Mobile IP mechanism, handoff breaking would take place within a micro-mobility environment.  ...  [20, 21] In [20] , as shown in Fig. 17 , they propose two mechanisms to handle micro-mobility and inter-subdomain mobility in a hierarchical topology network.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.adhoc.2003.09.011 fatcat:m6dok6nmn5a4hgyyv7rux24tla

Application-Level Middleware to Proactively Manage Handoff in Wireless Internet Multimedia [chapter]

Paolo Bellavista, Antonio Corradi, Luca Foschini
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Experimental results show that, notwithstanding the application-level implementation, mobile proxies can avoid streaming discontinuities with good efficiency in wireless-wired integrated networks even  ...  Mobile middleware proxies locally support resource-limited clients, avoid packet losses during handoffs, pre-fetch local buffers with multimedia contents before handoff occurrence, and possibly reconfigure  ...  Macro handoff (intra-domain handoff) refers to clients that move between two Wi-Fi cells attached to different IP subnets and includes network-layer handoff, i.e., client IP address change.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11572831_14 fatcat:p53e6677hjasbpmeht7ezbvzbm

Mobility support in hybrid wireless/IP networking

Jon W Mark, Jianping Pan, Sherman X Shen
2003 Computer Communications  
Two issues that affect the performance of TCP/IP are mobility support in the network layer and coping with packet errors in TCP flow/congestion control in the transport layer.  ...  The ramifications of Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)/Internet Protocol (IP) networking with mobile hosts and wireless links in a hybrid wireless/IP environment are examined.  ...  In a Split Connection TCP approach the intermediate is the node joining the two halves.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-3664(03)00163-4 fatcat:pvnqqs2ywbctnmont4lfxzo5de

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

Nuno Vasco Lopes, Maria João Nicolau, Alexandre Santos
2011 Telecommunications Systems  
The new resource management scheme combines the F-HMIPv6 functionalities with the DiffServ QoS model and with network congestion control and dynamic reallocation mechanisms in order to accommodate different  ...  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  ...  In [39] authors combined Mobile RSVP with Hierarchical Mobile IP (HMRSVP).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11235-011-9653-7 fatcat:sunr5s6oujg5jdzsvjbswu7qda
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