Scenarios Designed for the Verification of Mobile IPv6 Enabling Technologies

Ponce de Leon, Miguel and Yao, Wenbing and Diaz, Miguel (2007) Scenarios Designed for the Verification of Mobile IPv6 Enabling Technologies. In: FITCE 2007, August 20707, Warsaw, Poland.

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Conveying the innovations of an infrastructural based technology such as Mobile IPv6 is not easy. The identification of an application scenario can be a beneficial way to guide the development of Mobile IPv6 enabling technologies and to assist the real life deployment of Mobile IPv6. Well defined scenarios can also become an important part of the final system integration and test bed deployment. This paper will first describe additional functional components for Mobile IPv6, particularly the ones that have been successfully integrated, i.e. MIPv6 bootstrapping based on EAP (with and without MIPv6 DHCPv6 extensions and DNS/IKEv2), AAA for MIPv6 bootstrapping, and HA load sharing. We will then highlight a methodology used in identifying an application scenario chosen to demonstrate the operational mobility service. We will briefly review the state of the art in the domain and seventeen scenarios in the “Mobile and Wireless Systems and Platforms beyond 3G” area. We will then show the process of defining one specific demonstrable scenario, which adequately verifies the technical and business requirements for the deployment of a Mobile IPv6 service.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Departments or Groups: Telecommunications Software and Systems Group > Communications Infrastructure Management
Divisions: School of Science > Department of Computing, Maths and Physics
Date Deposited: 07 Sep 2009 11:07
Last Modified: 22 Aug 2016 10:26

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