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Application-centric analysis of IP-based mobility management techniques

Archan Misra, Subir Das, Prathima Agrawal
2001 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
We first survey the features and characteristics of various IP mobility protocols, such as MIPv4, MIPv6, MIP-RO, SIP, CIP, HAWAII, MIP-RR and IDMP, and then evaluate their utility on an application-specific  ...  This paper considers three applications-VoIP, mobile Web access and mobile server-based data transfers-and evaluates the applicability of various IP-based mobility management mechanisms.  ...  Further research is necessary to decide how to effectively integrate the capabilities of such layer-2 mobility management mechanisms with IP-layer and above mobility solutions. (c) 2000.  ... 
doi:10.1002/wcm.21 fatcat:4ev3olmosvbrjgytcjhiopb4x4

Mobility and Handoff Management in Wireless Networks [article]

Jaydip Sen
2010 arXiv   pre-print
Each of these schemes utilizes IP-based technologies to enable efficient roaming in heterogeneous network.  ...  In this chapter, the design issues of a number of mobility management schemes have been presented.  ...  Multi-Layer Mobility Management using Hybrid SIP and Mobile IP: In (Politis et al., 2003) , two mobility management architectures based on SIP and Mobile IP are presented.  ... 
arXiv:1011.1956v1 fatcat:ok57lydcanbmpmxvkkvo2mmkn4

Mobility and Handoff Management in Wireless Networks [chapter]

Jaydip Sen
2010 Trends in Telecommunications Technologies  
The scheme is therefore called multi-layer mobility management scheme.  ...  Multi-Layer Mobility Management using Hybrid SIP and Mobile IP: In (Politis et al., 2003) , two mobility management architectures based on SIP and Mobile IP are presented.  ... 
doi:10.5772/8482 fatcat:b5wgdil5vncpfn3qfdq5jj5f3i

Realizing mobile wireless Internet telephony and streaming multimedia testbed

A Dutta, P Agrawal, S Das, M Elaoud, D Famolari, S Madhani, A McAuley, B Kim, P Li, M Tauil, S Baba, Y Ohba (+4 others)
2004 Computer Communications  
We detail the incorporation and inter-relation of a wide catalog of IETF protocols-such as SIP, SAP, SDP, RTP/RTCP/RTSP, MGCP, variants of Mobile-IP, DRCP, HMMP, PANA, and DSNP-to achieve our goals.  ...  In general, streaming applications include IP telephony, multimedia broadcasts and various interactive applications such as multi-party conferences, collaborations and multiplayer games.  ...  server and SIP server, interacting with both AAA servers during the domain hand-off, and Mobile IP registration or SIP Re-Invite with IP-Sec tunnels.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2003.10.012 fatcat:y7muvvl4kfcohh3maid7m3p2eu

Efficient Architecture and Handoff Strategy used for VoIP Sessions in SIP Based Wireless Networks

Tin-yu Wu, Rong-wei Jhang, Han-chieh Chao
2006 Wireless personal communications  
In any case, issues in the combined SIP/RSVP for guaranteeing QoS of VoIP service under mobile environment are also considered to be crucial.  ...  The SIP-based mobility is considered because it can readily support mobility.  ...  However, Mobile IP must be integrated with SIP; therefore, the home agent (HA) or SIP proxy should be configured to store both "user address binding" (UserURI, and ContactURI) and "IP address binding"  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11277-006-9218-3 fatcat:eorbmbqwprfljhyd57pon4hs5e

Seamless session mobility scheme in heterogeneous wireless networks

Kuan-Lin Chiu, Yuh-Shyan Chen, Ren-Hung Hwang
2010 International Journal of Communication Systems  
The proposed scheme consists of a battery lifetime-based handover policy and cross-layer fast handover scheme, called the SIP-based mobile stream control transmission protocol (SmSCTP).  ...  This work introduces Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)-based cross-layer scheme to support seamless handover scheme over heterogeneous networks.  ...  SmSCTP is a cross-layer scheme, which combines the SIP scheme at layer 7 and the mSCTP scheme at layer 4.  ... 
doi:10.1002/dac.1189 fatcat:zuzxi4uzhfexfdmzcuzht3m4gu

Sip-Based Qos Management Architecture For Ip Multimedia Subsystems Over Ip Access Networks

Umber Iqbal, Shaleeza Sohail, Muhammad Younas Javed
2010 Zenodo  
IP Multimedia Subsystems are Next Generation Network architecture to provide the multimedia services over fixed or mobile networks.  ...  To obtain more reliable multimedia services, our approach allows the use of SCTP protocol over SIP instead of UDP due to its multi-streaming feature.  ...  TCPmigrate, Mobile IP and SIP are handoff management protocols proposed for the IP-based Mobile networks [6] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1071057 fatcat:vny3cmjudjchldakzrq36pgsse

A novel scheme for mobility management in heterogeneous wireless networks

R. Rajavelsamy, S. Anand, Osok Song, Sungho Choi
2007 Wireless personal communications  
Most approaches in the current literature use Mobile IP (MIP) or Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to maintain real-time sessions during mobility.  ...  In this paper, we present a mobility management scheme for real-time multimedia sessions over heterogeneous wireless networks.  ...  In [7] , Dutta et al. presented a multi-layered approach for mobility management.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11277-007-9268-1 fatcat:qc4drql7nnhqjermmvnrsc23iu

Towards Service Sontinuity in IMS Heterogeneous Access Networks

Mohammed BOUTABIA, Hossam AFIFI
2011 International Journal of Computer Networks & Communications  
In this paper we tackle the mobility issue in IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS).  ...  We propose a novel hybrid mobility management scheme, based on tight cooperation between fast handovers for mobile IPv6 (FMIPv6) and session initiation protocol (SIP) to ensure an uninterrupted real-time  ...  In this paper we propose a new hybrid scheme integrating two mobility solutions with minimum changes in the network.  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijcnc.2011.3311 fatcat:b5b476vrvzhshflinaomyzdtyi

Cross-layer Localized Mobility Management Based on SIP and HMIPv6 in Next Generation Networks

Muhammad Zubair, Xiangwei Kong, Saeed Mahfooz
2014 Journal of Communications  
In this paper cross-layer localized mobility management based on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) and Hierarchical MIPv6 (HMIPv6) is proposed to support the providence of the end-toend QoS; network and  ...  Abstract-Next Generation Networks (NGNs) are aiming to integrate different access technologies for the accessibility of heterogeneous platform under the control of IP protocol.  ...  In the following research work the combination of SIP with network mobility protocols are presented. SIP has been integrated with Fast Mobile IPv6 [19] in 4G networks for real time mobility.  ... 
doi:10.12720/jcm.9.3.217-225 fatcat:xapeaurkdbe4fkkvqkeuprxwx4

SIP and MIPv6: Cross-Layer Mobility

Rui Prior, Susana Sargento
2007 Proceedings of the IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications  
Terminal mobility may be handled at different layers.  ...  Though the MIPv6 protocol is the strongest candidate for handling mobility in next generation networks, mobility management facilities are also provided by SIP, the most widely deployed and researched  ...  [8] proposed a hybrid SIP/MIP(v4) scheme for inter-domain mobility. Their approach avoids the IP-in-IP MIP encapsulation for SIP sessions, but not for non-SIP ones.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iscc.2007.4381552 dblp:conf/iscc/PriorS07 fatcat:t4xi4orbovgsjg4ruow3nubk5i

IDMP: an intradomain mobility management protocol for next-generation wireless networks

S. Das, A. Mcauley, A. Dutta, A. Misra, K. Chakraborty, S.K. Das
2002 IEEE wireless communications  
To support real-time IP applications, including Voice-over-IP (VoIP), the latency typically associated with the registration process must be decreased and bounded. ¢ Reduction in packet loss during movement  ...  IDMP is modular and simple because it leverages existing protocols, such as Mobile IP or SIP (Session Initiated Protocol) as global mobility management, for locating roaming nodes.  ...  In fact, such IP-layer advertisements may optionally be combined with link-layer beacons. IDMP's paging scheme is illustrated in Figure 5 .  ... 
doi:10.1109/mwc.2002.1016709 fatcat:nuzd6xxesjfhbl7o57l72lylte

SIP over an Identifier/Locator Splitted Next Generation Internet Architecture

Christian Esteve Rothenberg, Walter Wong, Fabio L. Verdi, Mauricio F. Magalhaes
2008 International Conference on Advanced Communication Technology, ICACT  
Our prototype implementation demonstrates that existing SIP services can benefit from the inherent capabilities of the proposed architecture in terms of transparent mobility and security support.  ...  Public Key Node Identity FQDN Hash() Network Address (IPv4 / IPv6) local global, unique user domain @ Resolution() Private Key SIP URI Figure 5.  ...  It has been shown that IP layer mobility becomes easier as well as multi-address multi-homing.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icact.2008.4493839 fatcat:rg7tiy7cq5hodaggqcros4rdry

Mobility-aware P/I-CSCF: A solution for achieving seamless handover in IMS

Julien Arnaud, Daniel Negru
2012 2012 IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC)  
The usage of SIP mobility within our solution does not introduce any change in the signaling functionalities nor the architecture.  ...  Vertical mobility using End-User context information and SIP signaling are foreseen to efficiently comply to 3GPP standards and to provide enhanced end-user satisfaction.  ...  [15] gives a comparison of different mobility schemes during the registration process.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iscc.2012.6249266 dblp:conf/iscc/ArnaudN12 fatcat:re7ysax6bbhx7jfo45s6ndlzdq

Future wireless networks: key issues and a survey (ID/locator split perspective)

Chakchai So In, Raj Jain, Subharthi Paul, Jianli Pan
2012 International Journal of Communication Networks and Distributed Systems  
However, the IP architecture has several known challenges, such as mobility, multihoming, routing scalability, location privacy, path preference selection, etc.  ...  As a result, in this paper, we describe the issues of all-IP wireless networks, and survey recent proposals focusing on IP address overloading that can be applied to FWNs.  ...  SIP is a well-known application layer mobility concept. 3GPP also adopted proxy mobile IP and dual stack mobile IP for interoperation with non-3GPP networks.  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijcnds.2012.044321 fatcat:6gii5rj5xrgzph5sgciu2fvkka
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