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Operational Experiment of Seamless Handover of a Mobile Router using Multiple Care-of Address Registration

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Operational Experiment of Seamless Handover of a Mobile Router using Multiple Care-of Address Registration
NEMO Basic Support (NEMO BS) adds a mobility function to IPv6 routers, such a router is called as a mobile router. The network behind the mobile router (mobile network) becomes logically static. This function is considered useful when a network has a lot of nodes that do not have a mobility function but move with the network. The typical usage of this technology is the network provided in a transportation system like a bus or airplane. In the base specification of NEMO BS, a mobile router can use one IPv6 address as its attachment point at one time. Therefore, the mobile router and its mobile network will face service disruption of network connectivity while the mobile router is moving from one network to other network. In this paper, we explain two operational experiments of network mobility. One is an experiment using only the base NEMO BS function. The other is an experiment of seamless handover using multiple network interfaces to solve the problem. In these experiments, the mobile...
Keiichi Shima, Yojiro Uo, Nobuo Ogashiwa, Satoshi
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where JNW
Authors Keiichi Shima, Yojiro Uo, Nobuo Ogashiwa, Satoshi Uda
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