"T-QoMIFA: A Transparent QoS aware Mobility Management Framework in future All-IP networks"
Dr.-Ing. Esam Alnasouri
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andreas Mitschele-Thiel
Dr.-Ing. Ali Diab
- A main issue in all-IP networks is how to support fast mobility coupled
with a fast re-reservation of resources during and after the handoff. The
Mobile IP Fast Authentication Protocol (MIFA) minimizes the handoff latency
and provides seamless mobility. However, it does not support resource
reservation. The ReSsource reserVation Protocol (RSVP) reserves resources
on a certain path of routers. However, it does not support mobility. In this paper
we introduce a new proposal to support seamless mobility and QoS in IP
networks. Our proposal integrates RSVP and MIFA with each other. A new
object called mobility object is added to RSVP messages. MIFA messages are
encapsulated in this object. Our first results show that this proposal is promising
and outperforms the other known approaches.
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