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: Cost Analysis in FMIPv6 and FPMIPv6- Based on HP2P-SIP Networks

FMIPv6 and FPMIPv6 are IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) protocols proposed for mobility management in IPv6. Both protocols allow to reduce the handover latency. They operate in two modes: Predictive mode and Reactive mode. However, none of these protocols has taken into account the costs of handover process in terms of messages. In this paper, a cost analysis is proposed for P2P-SIP networks with IPv6-based mobility management. The goal is to study the impact of maintenance and update messages during the handover process. Specifically, we propose a comparative study of their operating modes: Predictive and Reactive. The simulation results with Omnet ++ show that, for handover latency, Predictive mode has better performances than Reactive one. On the other hand for update costs, Reactive mode presents better results

Auteur(s) : Abel DIATTA, Ibrahima NIANG, Mandicou BA
Pages : 705-711
Année de publication : 2016
Revue : In 7th IEEE Annual Ubiquitous Computing, Electronics & Mobile Communication Conference ( 7th IEEE UEMCON 2016)
Type : Article
Statut Editorial : Comité de Lecture, Abstracté et Indéxé
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