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A next generation internet architecture for mobility and multi-homing support

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A next generation internet architecture for mobility and multi-homing support
The current internetworking architecture presents some limitations to naturally support mobility and multi-homing. Among the limitations, the IP semantic overload seems to be a primary issue to be considered. In this paper we present a next generation internetworking architecture to overcome the IP semantic overload by introducing an identification layer located between the network and transport layers. This new layer provides a stable identifier for end-hosts, enabling the natural deployment of new services, such as mobility, multi-homing and security embedded. We implemented a prototype and evaluated it considering the legacy application support in mobility scenarios. Categories and Subject Descriptors 2.1 [Computer Communications Networks]: Wireless Communications General Terms Architecture, wireless, measurement Keywords Wireless Networks, mobility, multi-homing
Walter Wong, Fábio Luciano Verdi, Maur&iacu
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where CONEXT
Authors Walter Wong, Fábio Luciano Verdi, Maurício F. Magalhães
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