Performance Evaluation of IDMP’s QoS Framework
Conference Proceeding Article
The intra-domain mobility management protocol (IDMP) has been proposed as a protocol for managing IP mobility within a cellular access network. This paper evaluates the performance of IDMP's quality of service (QoS) framework, which uses a modified form of the differentiated services architecture, with a centralized bandwidth broker performing admission control and resource provisioning for different traffic classes. While experimental results demonstrate that our IDMP-based QoS mechanism is able to support differential performance guarantees for mobile users with fairly low latency overheads, analytical derivations show that this QoS support can be achieved with only a marginal increase in the signaling cost.
Proceedings of IEEE GLOBECOM 2002
WU, W.; Das, S.; and MISRA, Archan.
Performance Evaluation of IDMP’s QoS Framework. (2002). Proceedings of IEEE GLOBECOM 2002. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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