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Performance Analysis of Multicast Mobility in a Hierarchical Mobile IP Proxy Environment

  title={Performance Analysis of Multicast Mobility in a Hierarchical Mobile IP Proxy Environment},
  author={Thomas C. Schmidt and Matthias W{\"a}hlisch},
Mobility support in IPv6 networks is ready for release as an RFC, stimulating major discussions on improvements to meet real-time communication requirements. Sprawling hot spots of IP-only wireless networks at the same time await voice and videoconferencing as standard mobile Internet services, thereby adding the request for multicast support to real-time mobility. This paper briefly introduces current approaches for seamless multicast extensions to Mobile IPv6. Key issues of multicast mobility… 
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