Fast handover solution using multi-tunnel in HMIPv6 (FM-HMIPv6)

Dong Cheol Shin, Sung-Gi Min

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Abstract

Fast handover protocol provides seamless handover in mobile IPv6 networks by reducing handover latency. One assumption in fast handover is that the MN (Mobile Node) or the network could know or predict the new AR (Access Router) before data transport from the previous AR to the MN is disrupted. In order to achieve this capability, the complexity of predicting the new AR and the diversity of the wireless link technologies should be considered. While it is difficult to know or predict the new AR exactly, a better solution is required to find a reasonable set of candidate ARs (i.e., neighbor ARs) that are likely to be the new AR after a handover. This paper introduces a solution to support a fast handover mechanism using multi-tunnels between MAP (Mobility Anchor Point) and neighbor ARs in HMIPv6 (Hierarchical Mobile IPv6) network It includes the concepts of Proxy Mobile IP for creation of CoA (Care of Address) and DAD (Duplicate Address Detection). In this protocol, the MN can handover without receiving any information about the new AR and this eliminates difficulties to know or predict exactly the new AR which is not specified in standard fast handover scheme. It decouples layer-2 and layer-3 handover and efficiently reduces handover latency through the minimized number of wireless signaling messages and pre-DAD. It also saves periods of service disruption and prevents packet loss in the case of ping-pong movement of the high-speed MN. The performance of the proposed mechanism is evaluated by simulations under variable conditions.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings - 2nd Int. Conf. Sensor Technol. Appl., SENSORCOMM 2008, Includes: MESH 2008 Conf. Mesh Networks; ENOPT 2008 Energy Optim. Wireless Sensors Networks, UNWAT 2008 Under Water Sensors Systems
Pages833-838
Number of pages6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2008 Nov 17
Event2nd International Conference on Sensor Technologies and Applications, SENSORCOMM 2008 - Cap Esterel, France
Duration: 2008 Aug 252008 Aug 31

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Other2nd International Conference on Sensor Technologies and Applications, SENSORCOMM 2008
CountryFrance
CityCap Esterel
Period08/8/2508/8/31

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Routers
Tunnels
Wireless networks
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Packet loss
Anchors
Telecommunication links

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Networks and Communications
  • Computer Science Applications
  • Control and Systems Engineering

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Shin, D. C., & Min, S-G. (2008). Fast handover solution using multi-tunnel in HMIPv6 (FM-HMIPv6). In Proceedings - 2nd Int. Conf. Sensor Technol. Appl., SENSORCOMM 2008, Includes: MESH 2008 Conf. Mesh Networks; ENOPT 2008 Energy Optim. Wireless Sensors Networks, UNWAT 2008 Under Water Sensors Systems (pp. 833-838). [4622763] https://doi.org/10.1109/SENSORCOMM.2008.83

Fast handover solution using multi-tunnel in HMIPv6 (FM-HMIPv6). / Shin, Dong Cheol; Min, Sung-Gi.

Proceedings - 2nd Int. Conf. Sensor Technol. Appl., SENSORCOMM 2008, Includes: MESH 2008 Conf. Mesh Networks; ENOPT 2008 Energy Optim. Wireless Sensors Networks, UNWAT 2008 Under Water Sensors Systems. 2008. p. 833-838 4622763.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Shin, DC & Min, S-G 2008, Fast handover solution using multi-tunnel in HMIPv6 (FM-HMIPv6). in Proceedings - 2nd Int. Conf. Sensor Technol. Appl., SENSORCOMM 2008, Includes: MESH 2008 Conf. Mesh Networks; ENOPT 2008 Energy Optim. Wireless Sensors Networks, UNWAT 2008 Under Water Sensors Systems., 4622763, pp. 833-838, 2nd International Conference on Sensor Technologies and Applications, SENSORCOMM 2008, Cap Esterel, France, 08/8/25. https://doi.org/10.1109/SENSORCOMM.2008.83
Shin DC, Min S-G. Fast handover solution using multi-tunnel in HMIPv6 (FM-HMIPv6). In Proceedings - 2nd Int. Conf. Sensor Technol. Appl., SENSORCOMM 2008, Includes: MESH 2008 Conf. Mesh Networks; ENOPT 2008 Energy Optim. Wireless Sensors Networks, UNWAT 2008 Under Water Sensors Systems. 2008. p. 833-838. 4622763 https://doi.org/10.1109/SENSORCOMM.2008.83
Shin, Dong Cheol ; Min, Sung-Gi. / Fast handover solution using multi-tunnel in HMIPv6 (FM-HMIPv6). Proceedings - 2nd Int. Conf. Sensor Technol. Appl., SENSORCOMM 2008, Includes: MESH 2008 Conf. Mesh Networks; ENOPT 2008 Energy Optim. Wireless Sensors Networks, UNWAT 2008 Under Water Sensors Systems. 2008. pp. 833-838
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