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Authentication of Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 Handover Using Modified Return Rotability


Jung-Hwan Kim, Ki-Sung Yu, Byung-Yeon Park, Min-Ki Noh, Young-Song Mun, Journal of Internet Computing and Services, Vol. 8, No. 6, pp. 21-28, Dec. 2007
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Keywords: HMIPv6, authentication, Return Routability

Abstract

Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 improves performance of Mobile IPv6 by managing Binding Update in terms of location, With improved handover delay, realization of delay-sensitive services (e,g, VoIP or video streaming) has become more persuadable, Comparing with Mobile IPv6, however, Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 brings security threats related to Local Binding Update to mobile network, In the RFC 4140, specific methods to authenticate Local Binding Update message are not explicitly presented. It is essential that design secure architecture to address problems related to authenticating Local Binding Update, Many secure suggestions for Local Binding Update, however, concentrate on infrastructure-based solutions such as AAA PKI. These approaches may cause scalability problem when the suggested solutions are applied to real network. Therefore we suggest authentication method that doesn't require infrastructure, In addition to authentication of Local Binding Update, our method also provides mobile node with power saving ability.


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Cite this article
[APA Style]
Jung-Hwan Kim, Ki-Sung Yu, Byung-Yeon Park, Min-Ki Noh, & Young-Song Mun (2007). Authentication of Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 Handover Using Modified Return Rotability. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 8(6), 21-28.

[IEEE Style]
J. Kim, K. Yu, B. Park, M. Noh and Y. Mun, "Authentication of Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 Handover Using Modified Return Rotability," Journal of Internet Computing and Services, vol. 8, no. 6, pp. 21-28, 2007.

[ACM Style]
Jung-Hwan Kim, Ki-Sung Yu, Byung-Yeon Park, Min-Ki Noh, and Young-Song Mun. 2007. Authentication of Hierarchical Mobile IPv6 Handover Using Modified Return Rotability. Journal of Internet Computing and Services, 8, 6, (2007), 21-28.