Presentation 2006-03-02
IPv6 Fast Handover in Multi-Channel Environment
Yoshiyuki NAITO, Kazutaka GOGO, Rie SHIBUI, Fumio TERAOKA,
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Abstract(in English) The reduction of handover latency is one of the most important challenges of the Internet mobility in IPv6 environment. In order to realize this, An L3-driven fast handover mechanism using datalink layer information has been proposed. But it cannot work well under a multi-channel environment because it does not realise fast datalink layer handover. In this paper, we designed and implemented a fast datalink layer handover mechanism which uses neighbor channel information and scans during normal transmisson. Then combining this mechanism with an L3-driven fast handover mechanism, we proposed an IPv6 fast handover mechanism in a multi-channel environment. As a result of the measurement in our test network, the proposed mechanism realized very fast handover. The handover time is only 6.81 msec.
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Keyword(in English) Fast Handover / Seamless Mobility / L2 Triggers / Mobile Computing / Wireless LAN
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Conference Date 2006/2/23(1days)
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Title (in English) IPv6 Fast Handover in Multi-Channel Environment
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Keyword(1) Fast Handover
Keyword(2) Seamless Mobility
Keyword(3) L2 Triggers
Keyword(4) Mobile Computing
Keyword(5) Wireless LAN
1st Author's Name Yoshiyuki NAITO
1st Author's Affiliation Keio University()
2nd Author's Name Kazutaka GOGO
2nd Author's Affiliation Keio University
3rd Author's Name Rie SHIBUI
3rd Author's Affiliation Keio University
4th Author's Name Fumio TERAOKA
4th Author's Affiliation Keio University
Date 2006-03-02
Paper # MoMuC2005-87
Volume (vol) vol.105
Number (no) 624
Page pp.pp.-
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