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Mobil IP By Charles E. Perkins

Mobil IP by Charles E. Perkins

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Mobil IP: Design Principles and Practices by Charles E. Perkins

This book introduces the TCP/IP_savvy reader to the design and implementation of Internet protocols useful for maintaining network connections while moving from place to place. It describes the technology that makes mobile networking possible; in particular, it focuses on Mobile IP, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Standard for mobile networking. Written by Charles E. Perkins, a leader in the mobile networking field, this book discusses: * Mobile IP * Route optimization * IP version 6 * Use of Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) * Encapsulation After reading Mobile IP, a network engineer will be able to produce implementations of Mobile IP for mobile nodes, foreign agents, and home agents. As with any Internet protocol, mobile IP requires precise handling of packetized control data; all of the needed steps for that handling are detailed fully in this book. The necessary control mechanisms for processing advertisements (perhaps received over wireless media) are given first, followed by the main part of the Mobile IP protocol, which addresses how the mobile node registers its current IP attachment information with the support infrastructure on its home network. This book also details how Mobile IP specifies the handling of data packets destined for the mobile node.In addition to the base protocol, this book also presents newly specified enhancements to Mobile IP, and details the protocol support needed for enabling mobile networks using IPv6, the new version of IP with 128-bit addresses. Interactions between Mobile IP and other protocols (such as DHCP) are described, enabling network engineers to get a complete understanding of the system effects of deploying Mobile IP in enterprise networks. Other current trends in protocol development relevant to Mobile IP are also described, such as ways to reduce registration traffic with the home network, and first steps towards integrating Mobile IP with enterprise security installations such as firewalls and border routers. 0201634694B04062001

About Charles E. Perkins

Charles E. Perkins is a Research Fellow at Nokia Research Center investigating mobile wireless networking and dynamic configuration protocols. He is the editor for several ACM and IEEE journals for areas relating to wireless networking. Charles has served on the Internet Architecture Board (IAB) of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) and on various committees for the National Research Council. He has authored a book on Mobile IP and has published a number of papers and award-winning articles in the areas of mobile networking, resource discovery, and automatic configuration for mobile computers.



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Table of Contents



1. Introduction.

Laptop Computing. Wireless Technologies. Information Superhighway. Mobility versus Portability. Quick Overview of IP and Routing. TCP Connections. Two-level Addressing. Abstract Mobility Management Model. Remote Redirection. Example Architectures. Where Mobile Networking Fits. Middleware Components. Proxies versus Mobile-Aware Applications. Summary.



2. Mobile IP Overview.

What Is Mobile IP? Terminology. Protocol Overview. Message Format and Protocol Extensibility. Role of the IETF. Summary.



3. Advertisement.

Agent Solicitation and Discovery Mechanisms. Router Discovery Protocol. Agent Advertisement. Agent Solicitation. Mobility Agent Operation. Agent Discovery by Mobile Nodes. Second Thoughts on Using RFC. Summary.



4. Registration.

Registration Overview. Authentication Overview. Registration Request. Registration Reply. Registration Extensions. Mobile Node Registration Procedures. Foreign Agent Registration Actions. Home Agent Processing for Registrations. Registering Securely. Patent Issues. Example Scenarios. Summary.



5. Delivering Datagrams.

Introduction. IP-in-IP Encapsulation. Minimal Encapsulation. Generic Record Encapsulation. Routing Failures and ICMP Messages. Tunnel Management. Decapsulation by Routers. Decapsulation by IP Nodes. Unicast Datagram Routing. Broadcast Datagrams. Multicast Datagram Routing. Mobile Routers. ARP, Proxy ARP, and Gratuitous ARP. Security Effects of Using Encapsulation. Source Routing Alternatives. Summary.



6. Route Optimization.

Route Optimization Overview. Route Optimization Message Formats. Format of Smooth Handoff Extensions. Messages Requesting A Registration Key. Extensions to Supply a Registration Key. Using Special Tunnels. Mobile Node Key Requests. Miscellaneous Home Agent Operations. Miscellaneous Foreign Agent Operations. Summary.



7. Miscellaneous Topics.

Firewalls. Reverse Tunneling. Broadcast Preference Extension. Multicast Preference Extension. Movement Detection. Management Information Bases (MIBs). Localizing Registrations. Summary.



8. IP version.

An Overview of IPv. Overview of Mobility Support in IPv. Binding Update Option. Binding Acknowledgment Option. Binding Request Option. Movement Detection in IPv. Home Agent Discovery. Smooth Handoffs. Renumbering the Home Subnet. Requirements for Supporting Mobility. Summary.



9. DHCP.

Overview of DHCP. Client/Server Protocol Description. DHCP Option Handling. Using DHCP for Portability. Using DHCP for Mobility. Dual-Mode Operation. DHCP Home Address. Multi-Homing. Administration and Security. Summary.



10. Summary and Future Work.


Glossary.


References.


Index.

Additional information

GOR003140847
9780201634693
0201634694
Mobil IP: Design Principles and Practices by Charles E. Perkins
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Pearson Education (US)
1997-11-04
296
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