Secure mobile IP with HIP style handshaking and readdressing

So, Y and Wang, J 2006, 'Secure mobile IP with HIP style handshaking and readdressing', in S. Reisenfeld (ed.) Proceeding of AusWireless06, Sydney, Australia, 13-16 March 2006, pp. 1-6.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title Secure mobile IP with HIP style handshaking and readdressing
Author(s) So, Y
Wang, J
Year 2006
Conference name International Conference on Wireless Broadband and Ultra Wideband Communications
Conference location Sydney, Australia
Conference dates 13-16 March 2006
Proceedings title Proceeding of AusWireless06
Editor(s) S. Reisenfeld
Publisher UTS Press
Place of publication Sydney, Australia
Start page 1
End page 6
Total pages 6
Abstract Mobile IP allows the mobile node roaming into a new IP network without losing its connection with its peer. Mobile IPv6 is using Mobile IP with Route Optimization to improve performance by avoiding the triangle routing and adopting Return Routability as a secure process for binding update. Host Identity Protocol (HIP) is an experimental security protocol which provides mobility management and multi-homing by its new namespace. Its architecture is similar to that of Mobile IP with Route Optimization. In this paper, we have introduced a Secure Mobile IP with HIP Style Handshaking and Readdressing (SMIP),which has stronger security, better performance and lower binding cost in binding update process compared with Mobile IPv6. The dependence of home agent in the new scheme is also shown dramatically decreased. The initiated scheme integrated the primary features of two completely different mobility management solutions and has set up a migration path from mobile-IP based solution to a public-key based solution in mobile IP networks.
Subjects Computer Communications Networks
Keyword(s) Mobile IP
HIP
Public key
Handshaking
ISBN 0977520005
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