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Host Mobility Using an Internet Indirection Infrastructure

Shelley Zhuang, Kevin Lai, Ion Stoica, Randy Katz, Scott Shenker
2005 Wireless networks  
We propose the Robust Overlay Architecture for Mobility (ROAM) to provide seamless mobility for Internet hosts. ROAM is built on top of the Internet Indirection Infrastructure (i3).  ...  This identifier defines an indirection point in i3, and is used by the receiver to obtain the packet.  ...  ROAM uses an indirection infrastructure (i3) that gives end-hosts the ability to control placement of indirection points in the infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11276-005-3528-3 fatcat:mpwqwsf63zdxtdvcicmgwcfjva

Host Mobility Using an Internet Indirection Infrastructure

Shelley Zhuang, Kevin Lai, Ion Stoica, Randy Katz, Scott Shenker
2003 Proceedings of the 1st international conference on Mobile systems, applications and services - MobiSys '03  
We propose the Robust Overlay Architecture for Mobility (ROAM) to provide seamless mobility for Internet hosts. ROAM is built on top of the Internet Indirection Infrastructure (i3).  ...  This identifier defines an indirection point in i3, and is used by the receiver to obtain the packet.  ...  ROAM uses an indirection infrastructure (i3) that gives end-hosts the ability to control placement of indirection points in the infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1066116.1189042 fatcat:6tvfvr2wofg5nf3u6dom5tmexq

An Application of the Mobile Transient Internet Architecture to IP Mobility and Inter-Operability [article]

Joud Khoury, Henry N Jerez, Nicolas Nehme-Antoun, Chaouki Abdallah
2006 arXiv   pre-print
We introduce an application of a mobile transient network architecture on top of the current Internet. This paper is an application extension to a conceptual mobile network architecture.  ...  A communication framework is finally demonstrated that would allow for mobile devices on the public Internet to have persistent identifiers and thus be persistently accessible either directly or indirectly  ...  The Internet Indirection Infrastructure (I3) [11] is an overlay network that utilizes rendezvous servers for clients to register triggers.  ... 
arXiv:cs/0610087v1 fatcat:nlcfojantnakvl7pog4y3igaxa

Mobility support in the internet using identifiers

You Wang, Jun Bi, Xiaoke Jiang
2012 Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Future Internet Technologies - CFI '12  
To support mobility in the Internet is becoming an urgent need in the near future.  ...  Though lack of detailed modeling and data support (which is in our future work), we consider the viewpoint in this paper to be useful in designing of new identifier-based mobility methods.  ...  Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 [11] use Mobility Anchor Point for performance improvement.ROAM (Robust Overlay Architecture for Mobility) [12] is a pure mobility proposal built on top of I3(Internet Indirection  ... 
doi:10.1145/2377310.2377322 dblp:conf/cfi/WangBJ12 fatcat:cxozi655tzftzdpmgxbnlrmu6a

Enhanced MILSA Architecture for Naming, Addressing, Routing and Security Issues in the Next Generation Internet

J. Pan, R. Jain, S. Paul, M. Bowman, X. Xu, S. Chen
2009 2009 IEEE International Conference on Communications  
Keywords-identifier locator split, naming and addressing, mobility, multihoming, MILSA, Next Generation Internet Architecture I.  ...  MILSA (Mobility and Multihoming supporting Identifier Locator Split Architecture) [1] has been proposed to address the naming and addressing challenges for NGI (Next Generation Internet). we present several  ...  The locator bound to this HUI should be a locator of an AZR or BZR instead of an end-host.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icc.2009.5198998 dblp:conf/icc/PanJPBXC09 fatcat:xnbu6sj6rbej7pibopkr4eyacq

On scalability properties of the Hi3 control plane

Dmitry Korzun, Andrei Gurtov
2006 Computer Communications  
The Host Identity Indirection Infrastructure (Hi3) is a general-purpose networking architecture, derived from the Internet Indirection Infrastructure (i3) and the Host Identity Protocol (HIP).  ...  The architecture is well-suited for mobile hosts given the support for simultaneous host mobility, rendezvous and multi-homing.  ...  The Host Identity Indirection Infrastructure (Hi3) [15, 7] is a novel general-purpose networking architecture, derived from the Internet Indirection Infrastructure (i3) [17] and the Host Identity Protocol  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2006.05.014 fatcat:faihzkn5e5ch3fevxlrcdo3ah4

Hi3: An efficient and secure networking architecture for mobile hosts

Andrei Gurtov, Dmitry Korzun, Andrey Lukyanenko, Pekka Nikander
2008 Computer Communications  
The Host Identity Indirection Infrastructure (Hi 3 ) is a networking architecture for mobile hosts, derived from the Internet Indirection Infrastructure (i 3 ) and the Host Identity Protocol (HIP).  ...  Hi 3 has efficient support for secure mobility and multihoming, which both are crucial for future Internet applications. In this paper, we describe and analyze Hi 3 in detail.  ...  Internet Indirection Infrastructure (i 3 ) To ease the deployment of services, Stoica et al. proposed an i 3 overlay network that offers a rendezvous-based communication abstraction [31] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2008.03.014 fatcat:7v2ztnlknrejjclocrjqz4q7se

The case for a unified extensible data-centric mobility infrastructure

Yun Mao, Zachary Ives, Boon Thau Loo, Jonathan M. Smith
2007 Proceedings of first ACM/IEEE international workshop on Mobility in the evolving internet architecture - MobiArch '07  
We present a unified, extensible data-centric mobility infrastructure based on declarative networks and composable distributed views over network, router, and host state.  ...  We demonstrate the flexibility of distributed queries used in declarative networks by specifying and implementing mobile services, e.g., overlaybased solutions for host mobility, customizable routing,  ...  Indirection Infrastructure (i3) [13] , and DHARMA [11] ) implemented using the P2 System.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1366919.1366934 fatcat:6fnge73v2bfdzb2n24flkedhu4

A2M: Access-Assured Mobile Desktop Computing [chapter]

Angelos Stavrou, Ricardo A. Barrato, Angelos D. Keromytis, Jason Nieh
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
However, distributed denial of service attacks can deny use of such services to users. We present A 2 M, a secure and attack-resilient desktop computing hosting infrastructure.  ...  Our architecture protects both the hosting infrastructure and the client's connections against a wide range of service disruption attacks.  ...  A 2 M provides an attack-resilient utility infrastructure for mobile desktop computing.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04474-8_16 fatcat:zkewtxb4w5gshoqv3xbxcnvxty

Internet Diffusion

Matthew N. O. Sadiku, Mahamadou Tembely, Sarhan M. Musa
2017 International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering  
The last few years has witnessed an exponential growth in the growth of the Internet. In spite of this growth, the global Internet diffusion or penetration has not been uniform but highly asymmetric.  ...  The issue of Internet diffusion is of great interest to policy makers and other constituencies since the Internet is regarded as a key tool for economic growth and development.  ...  Internet diffusion (ID) (referring to the number of consumers of Internet or hosts) addresses the spread or penetration of the Internet around the world.  ... 
doi:10.23956/ijarcsse/v7i4/01403 fatcat:owfwmzzg2rd67ewjhttzvxsoaq

At what layer does mobility belong?

W.M. Eddy
2004 IEEE Communications Magazine  
A shortcoming of the current Internet suite's layers is that the responsibilities of individual layers are somewhat ill-defined.  ...  Internet users best, and that ideally there should be more communication between layers to avoid conflict and inefficiency.  ...  Use routes to sub-networks and add indirection agents to the architecture.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcom.2004.1341274 fatcat:jrwlmnysqfddpiibpg5ltnskam

A Vision of the Next Generation Internet: A Policy Oriented Perspective

Piyush Jain, Priyam Chokhani, Mahesh Kalani, Akhil Junghare
2010 International Journal of Computer Applications  
The host centric design of the current Internet does not recognise data and end-users as integral entities of the system.  ...  Also, host centric approaches cannot deal with data mobility and data replication within the framework and need to depend on external roundabout means to support them.  ...  overlay indirection infrastructure above the routing network to provide better multicast, anycast, and mobility.  ... 
doi:10.5120/196-335 fatcat:ofjuwldq7zebplcy6jde6bhkqm

A conceptual-driven survey on future internet requirements, technologies, and challenges

Antonio Marcos Alberti
2013 Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society  
This paper provides a comprehensive overview of the contemporary research from an abstract point of view, covering the design requirements and ingredients that are being adopted, interrelating, and analyzing  ...  Nowadays, research initiatives to redesign the Internet are popping up around the world. Each of these projects has a particular focus and its own set of design requirements and key technologies.  ...  Internet indirection infrastructure (i3) [119] uses indirection principle to support mobility and multihoming in the current Internet.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13173-013-0101-2 fatcat:5akftmotn5b6nm5t4erk7thq7y

A scenario-based review of IPv6 transition tools

M. Mackay, C. Edwards, M. Dunmore, T. Chown, G. Carvalho
2003 IEEE Internet Computing  
A site might also deploy an internal tunnel broker service for isolated (or remote) hosts wishing to use IPv6.  ...  The tunnel broker works best for isolated IPv6 sites and IPv4 Internet hosts who want to connect to an IPv6 network. IPv6 over ATM and MPLS.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mic.2003.1200298 fatcat:v3e3skxoobe6lkrvqyasrcspau

LOMO

Ted Taekyoung Kwon, Jaeyoung Choi, Eunsang Cho, Yanghee Choi
2011 Proceedings of the 7th Asian Internet Engineering Conference on - AINTEC '11  
The DNS has performed the resolution for quasi-static hosts so far. However, mapping from the names of mobile hosts to their locators is increasingly important.  ...  We propose a new resolution architecture, LOMO, that keeps track of the locators of mobile hosts as they are changing the points of attachment.  ...  Even though increasingly more Internet hosts become mobile, host mobility is not supported well in the current Internet.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2089016.2089038 dblp:conf/aintec/KwonCCC11 fatcat:bmaeg3h4zbgt7lihkrve7m5sme
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