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Network Mobility Support Terminology (Obsolete)
Description: This document defines a terminology for discussing network mobility problems and solution requirements. Network mobility arises when a router connecting an entire network to the Internet dynamically changes its point of attachment to the Internet therefrom causing the reachability of the entire network to be changed in the topology. Such kind of network is referred to as a mobile network. Without appropriate mechanisms, sessions established between nodes in the mobile network and the global Internet cannot be maintained while the mobile router changes its point of attachment.
Added on: 05-May-2004 | Downloads: 682

Issues in Designing Mobile IPv6 Network Mobility with MR-HA Bidirectional Tunnel (MRHA) (Obsolete)
Description: This document describes several issues relevant to the design of a network mobility support solution that relies on the bi-directional tunnel between Mobile Router and Home Agent, with Mobile IP. Examples of issues are: conflicting Mobile IP and RIPng/OSPF requirements on link-local addresses, HA/BR co-location, disconnected operation and "cross-over" tunnels.
Added on: 31-Oct-2003 | Downloads: 571

Threats for Basic Network Mobility Support (NEMO threats) (Obsolete)
Description: This document describes security threats related to the network mobility base protocol (NEMO). It does not present threats of Mobile IPv6. The communication between MR and HA, as well as the forwarding information at HA and nested mobility configurations are considered to be the main sensitive points of the protocol. Existing tools of Mobile IPv6 protection between MN and HA (IPsec), dynamic routing protocol authentication, NEMO prefix table and ingress filtering checks at HA are presented as potential help defending against threats.
Added on: 07-Dec-2003 | Downloads: 608

Network Mobility Support Goals and Requirements (Obsolete)
Description: Network mobility arises when a router connecting an entire network to the Internet dynamically changes its point of attachment to the Internet therefrom causing the reachability of the entire network to be changed in the topology. Such kind of network is referred to as a mobile network. Without appropriate mechanisms, sessions established between nodes in the mobile network and the global Internet cannot be maintained while the mobile router changes its point of attachment. The required support mechanisms will be provided in two phases. The first phase, referred to as NEMO Basic Support is to provide session continuity while the necessary optimizations mechanims referred to as NEMO Extended Support might be provided later. This document outlines the goals expected from network mobility support and defines the requirements that must be met by NEMO Basic Support solutions.
Added on: 05-May-2004 | Downloads: 734