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2007

End-to-End Security Across Wired-Wireless Networks for Mobile Users

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End-to-End Security Across Wired-Wireless Networks for Mobile Users
Abstract  Recent advances in mobile computing and wireless communication technologies are enabling high mobility and flexibility of anytime, anywhere service access for mobile users. As a result, network connections of such users often span over heterogeneous networking environments consisting of wired and wireless networking technologies. Both network heterogeneity and user mobility make the securing of data transmission over heterogeneous networks challenging and complex. In this paper, we focus on the challenge of providing secure end-to-end network transmissions to wireless mobile users. To minimize service interruption during ongoing secure sessions of mobile users, we present the design and implementation of an approach based on the well-known Internet Protocol Security (IPSec) standard. We conducted a performance evaluation of our implementation using a Voice over IP (VoIP) application over an actual network testbed. Our empirical performance results demonstrate a packet loss ...
Sherali Zeadally, Nicolas Sklavos, Moganakrishnan
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where ISJGP
Authors Sherali Zeadally, Nicolas Sklavos, Moganakrishnan Rathakrishnan, Scott Fowler
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