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A Mobility Scheme for Personal and Terminal Mobility

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A Mobility Scheme for Personal and Terminal Mobility
Abstract— An IP mobility support protocol that enables personal and terminal mobility for IP-based applications is put forward. This protocol does not require new network entities or support from network service providers. It comprises an innovative IP-to-IP address mapping module at the network layer and an user agent to interact with a directory service server and correspondent nodes. It does not require a permanent IP address and a home server. It does not use tunnelling on mobile nodes nor alter route path of IP packets. In this paper, we describe our implementation and present our experimental results. Experiments show that this protocol works for UDP and TCP connections without affecting the throughput of the mobile node on a wireless LAN. Related works are also discussed and quantitatively compared. As an example. this protocol provides seamless execution for applications like VoIP and video conferencing on mobile nodes that roam across wireless networks.
Bu-Sung Lee, Teck Meng Lim, Chai Kiat Yeo, Quang V
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICC
Authors Bu-Sung Lee, Teck Meng Lim, Chai Kiat Yeo, Quang Vinh Le
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