Host Identity Protocol (HIP): Connectivity, Mobility, Multi-Homing, Security, and Privacy over IPv4 and IPv6 Networks

@article{Nikander2010HostIP,
  title={Host Identity Protocol (HIP): Connectivity, Mobility, Multi-Homing, Security, and Privacy over IPv4 and IPv6 Networks},
  author={Pekka Nikander and Andrei V. Gurtov and Thomas R. Henderson},
  journal={IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials},
  year={2010},
  volume={12},
  pages={186-204}
}
The Host Identity Protocol (HIP) is an inter-networking architecture and an associated set of protocols, developed at the IETF since 1999 and reaching their first stable version in 2007. HIP enhances the original Internet architecture by adding a name space used between the IP layer and the transport protocols. This new name space consists of cryptographic identifiers, thereby implementing the so-called identifier/locator split. In the new architecture, the new identifiers are used in naming… CONTINUE READING
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