Emerging Mobility Applications of Host Identity Protocol

Emerging Mobility Applications of Host Identity Protocol

Szabolcs Nováczki (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary), László Bokor (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary), Gábor Jeney (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary) and Sándor Imre (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary)
Copyright: © 2011 |Pages: 16
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-60566-250-3.ch019
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Abstract

This chapter is devoted to give an overview of the Host Identity Protocol (HIP) and to discuss two different mobility management extensions built on it. We introduce the basic ideas and the main paradigms behind the HIP-scheme, and show its wild range usability in next generation mobile and ubiquitous networks. The broad scale of possible advanced mobility applications of HIP will be introduced based on two extensions of the protocol, both developed by the authors. The first one is a micromobility solution based on HIP (µHIP), while the second one provides a scalable and secure network mobility solution (HIP-NEMO).
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Background

As the background of our work, we first briefly overview the basic mobility scenarios, followed by the basics of the Host Identity Protocol. Finally, existing proposals for making the base protocol more efficient and using the main idea of HIP in several advanced application scenarios will be discussed.

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