Reducing Router-Crossings in a Mobile Intranet
Tripathi, S. K.
Journal of Network and Systems Management
15 - 30
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Current general purpose mobility solutions like Mobile-IP involve multiple router-crossings even when the mobile host moves within an intranet from one subnet of a router to another. An environment consisting of a large number of mobile hosts would congest the router causing hosts to experience high latency and jitter. This paper presents a mechanism to eliminate multiple router-crossings in a mobile intranet by making the routers aware of mobility, which reduces the load on the routers and the hand-off and data latency at the mobile hosts.
KeywordsCampus mobility management
Congestion control (communication)
Mobile telecommunication systems
Data communication systems
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://doi.org/10.1023/A:1018773701300
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