Survey and Evaluation of Advanced Mobility Management Schemes in the Host Identity Layer

Abstract

This paper is committed to give an overview of the Host Identity Protocol (HIP), to introduce the basic ideas and the main paradigms behind it, and to make an exhaustive survey of mobility management schemes in the Host Identity Layer. The authors’ goal is to show how HIP emerges from the list of potential alternatives with its wild range of possible usability, complex feature set and power to create a novel framework for future Mobile Internet architectures. In order to achieve this, the authors also perform an extensive simulation evaluation of four selected mobility solutions in the Host Identity Layer: the standard HIP mobility/multihoming (RFC5206), a micromobility solution (μHIP), a network mobility management scheme (HIP-NEMO) and a proactive, cross-layer optimized, distributed proposal designed for flat architectures (UFA-HIP). Survey and Evaluation of Advanced Mobility Management Schemes in the Host Identity Layer

DOI: 10.4018/ijwnbt.2014010103

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@article{Bokor2014SurveyAE, title={Survey and Evaluation of Advanced Mobility Management Schemes in the Host Identity Layer}, author={L{\'a}szl{\'o} Bokor and Zolt{\'a}n Faigl and S{\'a}ndor Imre}, journal={IJWNBT}, year={2014}, volume={3}, pages={34-59} }