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ROHMIP : Route Optimization Employing HMIP Extension for Mobile Networks

  • Journal of The Korea Society of Computer and Information
  • Abbr : JKSCI
  • 2007, 12(6), pp.235-242
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Computer And Information
  • Research Area : Engineering > Computer Science

노경택 1 정수목 2

1을지대학교
2삼육대학교

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ABSTRACT

Network Mobility Basic Support protocol reduces location-update signaling by making network movements transparent to the mobile nodes (MNs) behind the mobile router (MR), but causes some problems such as sub-optimal routing and multiple encapsulations. This paper proposes an Route Optimization Employing HMIP Extension for Mobile Networks (ROHMIP) scheme for nested mobile networks support which introduces HMIP concept with relation information between MNNs behind a MR and the MR in order to localize handoff, to optimize routing and especially reduce handoff signal overhead. With ROHMIP, a mobile network node (MNN) behind a MR performs route optimization with a correspondent node (CN) as the MR sends a binding update message (BU) to mobility anchor point (MAP) via root-MR on behalf of all active MNNs when the mobile network moves. This paper describes the new mechanisms and provides simulation results which indicate that our proposal reduces transmission delay, handoff latency and signaling overhead.

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