Mobile IP

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Mobile IP

An enhancement to the IP protocol that forwards email and other data to traveling users. Mobile IP employs agents in both the user's home network and in the remote network. When logging into a remote network, users register their presence, and the home agent forwards the packets to the remote network.
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Figure 11 shows the video-streaming delay based on handover schemes such as MIPv6, HMIPv6, FMIPv6, eFMIPv6 [10], the hybrid scheme [14], HPIN [15] and the proposed scheme when the MNs move according to Figure 10.
Besides this the MIPV6 uses neighbor discovery features and address auto configuration to operate on networks that are not owned or distant, this neglects the creation of special routers to act as outside agents.
As NEMO was extended from MIPv6, it inherited the disadvantage of long handoff delay.
Doja, Moinuddin, "A Comparison Study of MIPV6, HMIPV6 and FMIPV6 Handover Latency", Proceedings of ETCC'2007, NIT, Hamirpur (India).
The mobile node (MN) is a client of one of the subnetworks ALFA, BETA or GAMMA and uses the MIPv6 services offered by the HA while residing in other IPv6 networks.
The tests probed the success of the work done and demonstrated many advantages of MIPv6. The principal one is the transparency for upper layers.
But in this way application layer latency caused by handover is not minimized and the integration issues of MIPv6 in IMS are inherited in FMIPv6 as well [6].
In the research community, work has been done on a secure and scalable protocol known as IPSec protocol [9], which is mandatory for IPv6 and used by MIPv6 protocol.
MIPv6 is inefficient using resources, and failure in division nodes based on their global or local mobility.
Actualmente es estudiante de doctorado en ingenieria en el area de telecomunicaciones de la misma universidad, es docente de la Universidad Catolica de Pereira y Pertenece al Grupo de Investigacion GIIIUCP Sus areas de interes son: Ingenieria de trafico, Enrutamiento, Redes Moviles, Simulacion de Redes, Internet, IPv6, MIPv6, HMIPv6.
MIPv6 is a host based mobility protocol in which the MN plays a role in the mobility scenario.
In order to keep the routability between MN and access routers (AR), the IETF has designed Mobile Internet Protocol version 6 (MIPv6) to provide mobility in mobile devices.