Convergence Hybrid Network Design for Advanced Multicast and Broadcasting Service based on Mobility Context Awareness Networks: Part I Constructing CAA Algorithm Hypotheses
International Journal of Future Generation Communication and Networking
For Mobile IPv6 (MIPv6) which is based on host can have a problem due to signal process and the increase of loads that are performed at a mobile node during handover, Proxy Mobile IPv6 (PMIPv6) protocol which is based on network does not get involved in the signaling process related to IP mobility that the mobile terminal reduces the consumption of mobile assets. However, since multimedia streaming services that are supported by PMIPv6 network is always transmitted through Local Mobility Anchor
... (LMA), it has a disadvantage in that it can have an increased traffic and unneeded layover issues caused by the expansion of dual tunnel. In this paper, the advanced multicast and broadcasting service (AMBS) optimization algorithm for data load balancing with Advanced Mobile Anchor Point (AMAP) is introduced and a handover priority Design Cross-Layer algorithm between L2 / L3 through the collection of Access Point information in accordance with the priority is defined according to whatever the network conditions offer. In this chapter, we explain the context awareness algorithm (CAA) based on bidirectional tunnel scheme for mobility prediction at L2 level and routing optimization at L3 level. In this paper, it is assumed that the terminals are located in overlapping AP areas of access routers under AMAP1 and AMAP2 domains in order to prove efficient management of regional mobility management by selective Mobile Access Gateway (MAG) selection in FPMIPv6 network. PMAG periodically collects the neighboring network information through IAPP for the network construction. The procedure of the proposed method is as follows. Figure 3-4 shows the CAA-HFPMIPv6 Conceptual Design Procedure and handover movement flow.