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Cellular universal IP for nested network mobility

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Cellular universal IP for nested network mobility
In recent years, network mobility (NEMO) has been studied extensively due to its potential applications in military and public transportation. NEMO basic support protocol (NBSP), the current de facto NEMO standard based on mobile IPv6, can be readily deployed using the existing mobile IPv6 infrastructure. However, NBSP’s root in mobile IPv6, such as the need of care-of address (CoA) and tunneling, results in substantial performance overhead, generally known as route suboptimality, in nested NEMO environments. This paper tackles this problem by proposing a scheme based on cellular universal IP (CUIP) to eliminate the need for CoA and tunneling in supporting nested network mobility. Using quantitative analysis, we show that the proposed scheme outperforms the existing nested NEMO schemes by multiple folds in terms of bandwidth overhead. We also show how IP fragmentation negatively impacts route optimality, and that the proposed scheme is inherently superior to the existing schemes in ...
Patrick P. Lam, Soung C. Liew, Jack Y. B. Lee
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where CN
Authors Patrick P. Lam, Soung C. Liew, Jack Y. B. Lee
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