Implementation and Experimental Evaluation of TeleMIP
Conference Proceeding Article
In this paper, we present our implementation of TeleMIP a two-level architecture for IP based mobility management TeleMIP essentially uses an Intra-Domain Mobility Management Protocol IDMP for managing mobility within a domain and Mobile IP for supporting inter-domain global mobility. Unlike other proposed schemes for intra-domain mobility management IDMP uses two care of addresses for mobility management The global care of address is relatively stable and identifies the mobile nodes current domain while the local care of address changes every time the mobile changes subnets and identifies the mobiles current point of attachment. The paper describes our TeleMIP implementation based on enhancements to the Stanford University Mobile IP Linux code and presents performance results obtained through experiments on our test-bed Finally we use analysis to accurately quantify the savings in signaling overhead obtained when TeleMIP is used in environments where mobiles change subnets relatively rapidly.
Proceedings of IEEE International Communications Conference (ICC) 2001
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CHAKRABORTY, K.; MISRA, Archan; Das, S.; McAuley, A.; DUTTA, A.; and DAS, S. K..
Implementation and Experimental Evaluation of TeleMIP. (2001). Proceedings of IEEE International Communications Conference (ICC) 2001. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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