Network Based Micro-Mobility Architecture for 6LoWPAN

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dc.contributor.authorGargi, Bag-
dc.description학위논문(박사)--아주대학교 정보통신 전문대학원 :정보통신,2010. 8-
dc.description.tableofcontentsCONTENTS CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION 1.1. Motivation And Objective 1 1.2 Overview of Contribution 2 1.3.Organization of the Dissertation 3 CHAPTER 2: BASIC MOBILITY MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK FOR 6LoWPAN 5 2.1 IEEE802.15.4 standard 5 2.2 IPv6 over Low Power Wireless Personal Area Networks (6LoWPAN) 6 2.2.1. Adaptation Layer 8 2.2.2. Compression of IPv6 Header in 6LoWPAN 11 2.3 Mobility Goals and Requirements in 6LoWPAN 12 2.4 Types of Mobility in 6LoWPAN 13 2.4.1. Device Movement within a Single WPAN Domain 15 2.4.2. Device Movement between Multiple WPAN Domains 15 2.4.3. Single WPAN movement (NEMO) 16 2.5 Scenarios of Micro-Mobility in 6LoWPAN 17 2.5.1. Micro-Mobility of 6LoWPAN Nodes for Heath Care Applications 17 2.5.2. Micro-Mobility of 6LoWPAN Nodes for Military Applications 18 2.5.3. Micro-Mobility of 6LoWPAN Nodes for Asset Tracking 19 2.6 Challenges in Enabling Micro-Mobility of 6LoWPAN Nodes 19 2.7 6LoWPAN Mobility Management Framework 20 2.8 Summary 21 CHAPTER 3: CLASSIFICATION OF EXISTING MOBILITY MANAGEMENT PROTOCOLS 22 5.1.Mobility Management Based on Different Layers 22 3.1.1. Network Layer Solutions 22 3.1.2. Link Layer Solutions 23 3.1.3. Cross-Layer Solutions 23 3.2. Mobility Management Based on Scope of Movement 24 3.2.1 Micro-Mobility Protocols 24 3.2.2 Macro-Mobility Protocols 25 3.3 Mobility Management Based on degree of Mobile Node’s involvement 25 3.4 Summary 26 CHAPTER 4: MOBILITY MANAGEMENT IN EXISTING MOBILITY SUPPORT PROTCOLS 28 4.1. Location Management 28 4.1.2 Location Management in HMIPv6 30 4.1.3 Location Management in Cellular IP 31 4.1.4 Location Management in PMIPv6 33 4.2. Handover Management 35 4.2.1. Handover Management in FMIPv6 36 4.2.2. Handover Management in PMIPv6 37 4.2.3. Handover Management in Cellular IP 37 4.3. Routing of MN’s Data Packets 38 4.3.1. Routing of MN’s Data Packets in HMIPv6 38 4.3.2. Routing of MN’s Data Packets in MIPv6 39 4.3.3. Routing of MN’s Data Packets in Cellular IP 39 4.3.4. Routing of MN’s Data Packets in PMIPv6 39 4.4. Route Optimization 39 4.4.1 Route Optimization in MIPv6 40 4.4.2 Route Optimization in HMIPv6 40 4.4.3 Route Optimization in PMIPv6 40 4.5. Security Consideration 40 4.5.1 Security Consideration in MIPv6 41 4.5.2 Security Consideration in HMIPv6 41 4.5.3 Security Consideration in Cellular IP 41 4.5.4 Security Consideration in PMIPv6 42 4.6. Summary 42 CHAPTER 5: PROPOSED MICRO-MOBILITY ARCHITECTURE FOR 6LoWPAN 44 5.1 Network Model and Assumptions for LoWMob and DLoWMob 44 5.2.LoWMob Mobility Support Scheme 45 5.2.1 Location Management in LoWMob 45 5.2.2 Handover Management in LoWMob 47 5.2.3 Routing of MN’s Data Packets in LoWMob 51 5.3. Distributed LoWMob (DLoWMob) Mobility Support Scheme 54 5.3.1. Location Management in DLoWMob 55 5.3.2. Handover Management in DLoWMob 56 5.3.3. Route Optimization for Intra-PAN Communication in DLoWMob 56 5.4. Security Consideration for LoWMob and DLoWMob 60 5.4.1 Authentication of LU 61 5.4.2 Authentication of MN Before Joining PAN 62 5.4.3 Mutual Authentication of MN and its Future SNs 64 5.4.4 Securing MN’s Data Packets 66 5.4.5 Authentication of Messages that Modify a MN’s Routing Entry in the MSPs 67 5.5. LoWPMIPv6 67 5.5.1. Network Model and Assumptions 67 5.5.2. Location Management 69 5.5.3. Handover Management 74 5.5.4. Routing of MN’s Data Packets 76 5.6. Summary 77 CHAPTER 6: PERFORMANCE EVALUATION 78 6.1. Simulation (End to End Delay and Packet Success Ratio) 78 6.2. Analytical Evaluation (Handover Overhead) 86 6.2.1. Handover Overhead for LoWMob and DLoWMob 86 6.2.2. LoWPMIPv6 91 6.2.3. Location Update Cost (With Security) 97 6.3. Comparison 99 6.4. Summary 100 CHAPTER 7: CONCLUSION AND FUTURE WORK 101 REFERNCES 102-
dc.publisherThe Graduate School, Ajou University-
dc.rights아주대학교 논문은 저작권에 의해 보호받습니다.-
dc.titleNetwork Based Micro-Mobility Architecture for 6LoWPAN-
dc.contributor.affiliation아주대학교 정보통신대학원-
dc.contributor.department정보통신대학원 정보통신- 8-
dc.description.alternativeAbstractthesis provides an in depth analysis of the existing mobility support protocols in terms of different aspects of mobility management such as location management, handover management, routing, route optimization and security. Also it discusses the goals and mobility requirements of 6LoWPAN. A network based micro-mobility management architecture is proposed for 6LoWPAN. The micro-mobility management architecture embodies three schemes. The first scheme is LoWMob, which is a network based mobility scheme aims to provide mobility support to mobile 6LoWPAN nodes at the adaptation layer of the 6LoWPAN. In order to achieve that, LoWMob proposes to utilize 6LoWPAN’s adaptation layer message format and 16 bit addressing scheme to carry mobility related signaling. A distributed version of LoWMob(DLoWMob) is proposed in order to distribute the traffic concentration at the gateway. Route Optimization of data packets of two mobile nodes located in the same PAN is also considered. A security scheme is also proposed in order to provide mutual authentication of the MN and a PAN and to secure MN’s data packets. The third scheme is LoWPMIPv6 which is a lightweight implementation of PMIPv6 (LoWPMIPv6) for 6LoWPAN. It provides mobility support at the network layer and proposes compression of mobility related messages in order to reduce the overhead on the PAN nodes. The three schemes (LoWMob, DLoWMob and LoWPMIPv6) is then compared in order determine their suitability for 6LoWPAN. The performance of our proposed schemes is evaluated in terms of mobility signaling costs, end-to-end delay, and packet success ratio both in Qulanet and analytically.-
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